Jetsetting

Bunratty Castle & Folk Park | Explorng Ireland

Street View of Bunratty Castle Over the years, I have seen countless castles and stately homes throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. Although each castle experience was different to each other, Bunratty Castle in County Clare, Ireland was quite special. It might have been that Bunratty was not over the top and I really loved… Continue reading Bunratty Castle & Folk Park | Explorng Ireland

Global Dining

Pâtisserie E. Ladurée | The Original Double Decker Macaron

I fell head over heals with Pâtisserie E. Ladurée two decades ago, but this indulgent French sweet shop selling high-end pastries and candy, has been around since 1862. You may know them for their best seller, the double decker macaron with a luscious filling that holds the colorful cookies together. Ladurée's macarons are so perfect… Continue reading Pâtisserie E. Ladurée | The Original Double Decker Macaron

Food Journals

Noshing in New York – Part 3 – A Food Journal

Manhattan, New York - The island of Manhattan is roughly twenty-three square miles, so you would think that finding a restaurant would be an easy task. So wrong! In fact, finding a great place to eat that suits your taste buds can be overwhelming, especially for visitors. New York is not short of historic, ethnic,… Continue reading Noshing in New York – Part 3 – A Food Journal

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Noshing in New York – Part 2 – A Food Journal

Manhattan, New York - You would assume that navigating New York City for food would be easy because there are restaurants everywhere. In actuality finding a place to eat in Manhattan can be overwhelming. New York is not short of historic, ethnic, trendy and fanciful restaurants. You would have to either live in New York… Continue reading Noshing in New York – Part 2 – A Food Journal

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What I ate in LOUISIANA – A Food Journal

I had spent almost a week in Louisiana while taking a road trip from Las Vegas to Florida. I had never been to this state before and found it very friendly, pleasant and slow paced. New Orleans was a fantastic city to visit that was full of beautiful architecture, deep culture and history, plus a… Continue reading What I ate in LOUISIANA – A Food Journal

Food Journals

For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

During this precarious year of 2020, our ideas of normality had shifted. The uncertainty of this year changed how we thought, dined and socialized on all levels. I know for myself it had slowed down my international travel but it bumped up my domestic travels- masked, social distancing and all. Fortunately, I reside in Las… Continue reading For the Love of Afternoon Tea – Part Two

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What I ate in WYOMING – A Food Journal

We were onto the second state on our four state, two week road trip. We were in Wyoming after driving from Nevada and through Utah, which was an incredible drive. We learned many things like keeping our gas tank at half full because the next town could be hours away. We never ran out of… Continue reading What I ate in WYOMING – A Food Journal

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What I ate in THE NETHERLANDS – A Food Journal

This is how I ate my way through The Netherlands! On my last visit to this well loved country, I travelled outside of Amsterdam and into the cities of Den Haag, Delft, Arnhem and Maastricht. There were museums and city sights that I wanted to see and all this delicious food came in-between. From my… Continue reading What I ate in THE NETHERLANDS – A Food Journal