How to Eat like a local鈥hile traveling ! Tips by Afrofoodie
Travel & Tourism

How to Eat like a local鈥hile traveling!

鈥淚f you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might as well stay home鈥 I love that quote and I couldn鈥檛 agree more with it. Culinary experiences are essentials when I travel and I firmly believe that there isn鈥檛 a better way to appreciate a country and its …

African Food Bloggers
Africa, Blogging

2 Women African Food Bloggers I admire !

Blogging is not dead! Let鈥檚 be clear about that! Although it鈥檚 a conversation that may come up again and again of whether or not social media has entirely replaced blogging; it鈥檚 important to recognize that there are still a lot of African food bloggers who produce quality content on a consistent basis. Here are 2 …

Culinary trip to Barcelona
Europe, Travel & Tourism

I travel for Food鈥arcelona Edition 馃嚜馃嚫 | Part II

It鈥檚 essential for me to eat like a local when I travel鈥 travel for food! My trip to Spain occurred 2 summers ago yet I am still reminiscing about its cuisine, the things I learned and the food I tasted. Let鈥檚 continue our Culinary trip to Barcelona, shall we? If you missed Part I: Read …

Taste of C么te d'Ivoire | Where to eat in Grand-Bassam ? | For the Love of Ivorian Food !
Abidjan Foodie Guide, Africa

Where to eat in Grand-Bassam?

Grand-Bassam is the first capital of C么te d鈥橧voire and definitely a touristic town. Located about 30-45 minutes away from Abidjan, this historical town has become a UNESCO World Heritage Cultural site in 2012. During my childhood, my family and I used to go regularly to Grand-Bassam on Sundays. It was an outing I was always …