Hello Foodies!!!! As y'all know, I just got back from Australia and one of the things I was so excited about was obviously the food!!!!! Being in Australia there was a lot of seafood, and visiting Sydney, there was a lot of Asian food!! But there were also a few foods that were native to Australia that I knew I had to try, which is why I made a food checklist ;) Let's get started!!!!
Hello foodies!!!! As you might have read from my last post which you can find here, I visited Korea over winter break and it was amazing!!!! I love food so much and I was so excited for the cuisine on our trip and it didn't disappoint!! I thought a lot about how to organize this post because really more than half of my pictures from the trip were all of food. I have always loved Korean food and I was pleasantly surprised that the food in Korea was pretty similar to Korean food I've had in Texas. Of course the street food was totally new and probably my favorite part of the cuisine. I decided to organize this post by meals, street food, market foods, and then a kind of miscellaneous.
I love going on vacation so much, and what I'm always most excited about is... you guessed it, THE FOOD #noshame. I can't help it!! Eating great food, trying new foods, it is just one of the best parts of life in my opinion. Before we went to Boston, I did a lot of research on good food places and got so pumped for the good food that was waiting for me there. I had to share with y'all all the great restaurants I tried in Boston, otherwise all the shamed #foodpics I took would've been in vain. If you haven't checked out my Travel Adventures blog post from last week please do! It'll give a little background on where we were when we ate at these places.