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Swedish Girl Eating American Food

Sometimes Matilda and I get into trouble, and sometimes we laugh at each other’s expense (like the time she did NOT help me get the bee out of my hair). […]

Scotland in America

Every now and then, you’ll get a taste of a far off place you’ve visited and memories will flood the brain.  Well, that happened to me when my dad and […]

From Kroger to Tesco and back

Having returned to America and re-entered Carrollton society caused some of the habits I used to have to change. Grocery shopping is one of those experiences. Prior to living in […]

The Taste of Jerusalem

Imagine salty chickpeas bursting in your mouth causing a rush of excitement. Just when your taste buds gain control of the chickpea’s flavor, peppers add a kick. Their hot twang […]

Favorite Restaurants in Dublin

1. Bunsen If you like greasy American style burgers, this is the place for you. The menu is on the back of a business card, and their menu consists of a […]

Ordering Food in Brussels

Walking into the restaurant, Marian, Sarah and I looked around with a hope that someone would come seat us. Neither sign was posted saying, “Please wait to be seated,” nor […]

The Struggle of Ordering Food in Ireland

In honor of my return flight to Dublin tomorrow, I thought I would share with y’all a column I wrote for the Times-Georgian about ordering food in Ireland. Hope you enjoy!! […]

Fast Food vs Local Food

We were wandering through Oslo without a map, lost as could be toting twenty pound packs on our backs. After the events of the night before, Jacquie and I were officially […]

The Ever Growing List of Foods I Want From Home

Waffle House (Best late night food you will ever eat. Who said breakfast can’t be for dinner) Chick-fil-A (God’s gift to mankind) Pigs in a Blanket Sausage Balls (Don’t get me started) Captain D’s (I […]

That Time I Ate a Hotdog in Denmark

So we landed in Copenhagen earlier today and the cultural stuff started immediately. Matilda walked me straight to a Danish hotdog stand which looked vastly similar to the ones at […]

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