Month: August 2013


The Essential Dining Kit for Travellers

This long weekend, make your own eating kit for any travels that you may be doing. This kit can be adjusted based on where you’re going and how you’re getting there.


Preparing for Back to School

Back to school season is upon us and to make sure the first few days are smooth and glitch free, start getting ready now. The days will be long and chaotic as you get settled into a new routine. It will be easy to slip into bad habits and eat processed foods, but studies say […]


Quick and Easy Travel Lunches

When you’re on the go exploring a new city, you don’t want to spend a lot of time on lunch. Sitting down for a meal can take forever if you have slow service. Adding drinks, and including a tip can be costly as well. Here are options for lunch that are both quick and easy […]


How to Plan a Food Vacation

Now that you’ve heard about our favourite food travel memories, how do you go about planning one for yourself? You may hear people say that some cities are naturally more food oriented cities than others. Cities that stretch your culinary limits with new and exotic dishes and cities with all the big name chefs and […]


Food Memories: Reflections on Travel and Food

There is no better way of experiencing a new culture when traveling than to taste its food. These experiences can be of discovery when you experience a delicious new food or of disgust when you taste something not to your liking. Regardless, these encounters make great stories to share and today we’re sharing some memorable […]


Sum-m On The Go!

When you’re travelling it’s hard to think of unique and tasty treats for the road. If you have time, making healthy alternatives is the way to go. But occasionally, time just gets away from you and you’re left struggling to find something to snack on. Sum-m spring rolls and gyozas make the perfect snack while […]


Food Memories: Family Camping Trips

Editor’s note: This post was contributed by one of our team members, Adelina. Read on as she shares her memories of her family camping trips.  Growing up I went camping frequently with my parents and their friends. They all had children around the same age as my brother and I which made the whole experience […]


Healthy, Delicious Homemade Hotel Breakfasts

When you’re traveling, you tend to eat at restaurants a lot more but sometimes you just want something simple, tasty, and healthier than what you can buy from a restaurant. Not to mention, eating in a great way of saving a little money to be spent on other adventures and foods when traveling. One way […]