So what do other people think about it?
I’ve asked a number of writers who are passionate about both food and travel to share their views with us. Welcome to the world, Globavore Interviews — 20 questions I made up, but modelled after the Proust questionnaire (’cause, you know, we’re writers!).
21. Rachel Leff from TenKitchens.com tells us about LA, Kyoto, Montreal and other delicious locations, plus has some of the best advice for ordering mixed grill I’ve ever heard.
20. Ruksana Hussain, a writer now based in Los Angeles, has advice from all over the world, plus an unusual recipe for scrambled eggs.
19. Guidebook author and travel writer Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey has lived in seven different countries and has lots of in-depth food advice.
18. Art historian, writer and founder of Feast on History and Arthur Avenue Food Tours Danielle Oteri brings us to New York, Italy and beyond.
17. Zara Quiroga, author of Lisbon in 100 Bites, talks food around the world in her Globavore Interview. Read more of her writing on her website Backpack ME.
16. Writer Brianne Miers tells us about restaurants and markets she loves as a vegetarian. Her website, A Traveling Life, is about balancing travel with professional life.
15. Cookbook and novel author Monica Bhide is our next Globavore Interview. Monica’s latest novel is Karma and the Art of Butter Chicken. Links to all her books and writing is at MonicaBhide.com.
13. Stephanie Cohn, who has a dream job working in Chile with a travel tech startup LocalAventura, has a sweet tooth perhaps worse than my own. She describes lots of delicious in her Globavore Interview!
12. Allan Karl, author of “FORKS: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine, and Connection”, tells us about the food and travels that inspired is beautiful coffee table book. I bet he’ll inspire you too. Check him out on WorldRider.com.
11. Our next interview is with Hilary Duff, with whom I pursued both the best fried chicken ever and a very elusive magazine story subject (yup, I’ll tell that tale at some point) in Pingyao, China. Hilary is a freelance writer and photographer once based in Ottawa and now in Tanzania. In her Globavore Interview she reveals great places to eat in Ottawa, why you should eat street food, and tempts with some cool things I very much want to eat. Read more of Hilary’s writing at Hilary Makes.
10. Travel writer Rebecca Holland of CuriosityAndaCarryon.com intrigues me with a description of a Yemeni restaurant and gives great culinary travel advice for Thailand, Chicago and Rome. Start drooling now ….
9. Do you worry about travelling with dietary restrictions? Danielle Corcione (DanielleCorcione.com) has done it in southern India, the Czech Republic, and all over the U.S. She also has great resto recs for the Jersey Shore and Brooklyn.
8. Coral Sisk from The Curious Appetite, who leads culinary and wine tours in Florence and Tuscany.
This has surprised me as this is pretty new to me. However, it seems very interesting. I am looking forward to further digging down this thing. I am hopeful to write my blog on this issue.