5 Delicious Moroccan Food and Drinks You Must Try

Moroccan Food and Drinks Worth Trying in Morocco

I don’t consider myself foodie, but I love eating different foods when I travel. For some reason, locals always seem to direct me to the fast restaurants and going to Morocco was no different. On our free afternoon in Marrakech,  my friends and I signed up to take a food tour through the Medina with Marrakech Food Tours. In addition to visiting the local baker who bakes and sells bread...

Good Eats: Nagoya Sushi

Nagoya Sushi

As I was preparing to go on vacation last fall and the majority of our group came in on Thursday, I needed SOMETHING to do besides sunbathing by the pool Wednesday afternoon/evening. I wanted it to be nice, but affordable so I went to searching on deal sites. I found a $25 for $50 worth of food and drink at a Sushi bar in Orlando called Nagoya Sushi. There are...

A Semi-Solo Weekend in New Orleans

One of my favorite vacations was spent on a weekend in New Orleans in 2013. I originally wanted to attend Essence Fest, but it was WAY too much for my budget. After speaking with old coworkers, we decided to visit New Orleans the weekend after. My flight was delayed, but my cousin still picked me up from the airport to drive to my hotel.   Off to MSY 😁✈ #neworleans...

How to Make Trinidadian Saltfish Buljol

  A post shared by Jo🌟nna (@joannaen) on Nov 15, 2014 at 12:26pm PST I LOVE Trinidadian food.Day 4 of Blogtober calls to post your favorite recipe. One of my favorites of all time is Saltfish Buljol. It is a simple meal and can be eaten at any time of the day. It is usually made for breakfast with fried or coconut bake or some kind of bread. [yumprint-recipe id=’3′]That’s...