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Mind the Gap

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in England: London | 0 comments

Mind the Gap

London, England “Mind the Gap,” “Bubble & Squeak,” “Zed” not “Zee” for the last letter of the alphabet and “Crisps” not “Pototo Chips.” The British have their own unique phrases and we were determined to embrace the Queen’s English and the London lifestyle from day one. From our inaugural ride on the underground subway to our first meal of Bubble & Squeak (a charming British name for Vegetable Hash), we were Londoners for a week.     Mapping the...

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Selfies #2

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in USA: Texas - Fort Worth | 0 comments

Selfies #2

Fort Worth, Texas Selfies are the ubiquitous content all across social media. Some of us are more adept than others in capturing memorable moments in life. We have found that a newly acquired selfie stick aids our self portraits. Look below at our awesome pictures with the staff at Bonnell’s Restaurant in Fort Worth. Our evening there inspired our RoadTripFlavors version of Barbecue Shrimp and Cheesy Grits. See the recipe and photos below.   Mapping the Day Since we had so much fun with it on our cruise, we packed Sam for our...

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Selfies #1

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Mexico: Puerta Vallarta | 0 comments

Selfies #1

Puerta Vallarta, Mexico Selfies are the ubiquitous content all across social media. Some of us are more adept than others in capturing memorable moments in life on a smart phone. We have found that a newly acquired selfie stick aids our self portraits.   You know, those extendable fork-like rods that hold iPhones? Yes, we have one and we like it.   Mapping the Day K.O. acquired an iPhone selfie stick at our family gift exchange party in December. It was so effective for capturing group photos on our New Year’s cruise that it earned...

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Dallas/Fort Worth On Ice

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in USA: Texas - Fort Worth | 1 comment

Dallas/Fort Worth On Ice

Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas We were back on the road last week in Texas in the middle of one of the worst storms of the season. There was snow, freezing rain and lots of ice. Thousands were grounded at DFW, slept on cots in the airport and ate airport food for days. These two California girls were caught off guard, but were fortunate to sleep and eat well and make it home safely.   Mapping the Day This was our second trip from California to Fort Worth, Texas to see our 2 1/2 year old granddaughter and her parents.   We planned to catch...

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A Case of Culinary Wanderlust

Posted by on Feb 9, 2015 in USA: RoadTripFlavors Kitchen | 0 comments

A Case of Culinary Wanderlust

In Mission Viejo with a Case of Culinary Wanderlust Culinary Wanderlust: A burning desire to travel the world and eat like a local all along the way. It is the essence of the RoadTripFlavors style for travel, dining and then cooking at home.   Mapping the Day In our travels, we pack each day with constant motion. We scurry to see the next vista, artifact, structure. We keep moving to meet the next friendly server, shopkeeper, fellow traveler, famous local fixture. We wander to spark our appetites for the next fresh offering prepared...

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We Love Paris

Posted by on Feb 7, 2015 in France: Paris | 0 comments

We Love Paris

Paris, France For us, preparing meals for family and friends is an expression of love. What better place to learn about food and love than Paris? This easy menu was inspired by a meal in a Parisian Palace. Asparagus Two Ways (Asparagus Risotto and Butter-Braised Asparagus with Proscuitto) will proclaim your love for your Valentine and other loved ones with the elegance of Paris. Bon Appetit!     Mapping the Day Nearly a year has passed since our 10-day stay in Paris. What a splendid time we had. Not a day goes by that a memory of...

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Travel Destinations

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Travel Destinations

For travel stories, tips and recommendations, click on the dropdown in the sidebar below for destinations around the world. If you are traveling to a destination soon, be sure to email us for any specific information you may be seeking. Bon Voyage! Janet@RoadTripFlavors.com Karen@RoadTripFlavors.com Share this:FacebookTwitter

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Recipes

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

Recipes

Inspired by our travel throughout the world, our signature recipes are crafted in our home kitchen for you to cook in yours. Click on the Recipe Index tab to search recipes by ingredient, coarse or cuisine. Or just scroll through the photos and click for the recipe. Share this:FacebookTwitter

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RTF Marketplace

Posted by on Jan 27, 2015 in Featured | 0 comments

RTF Marketplace

The RoadTripFlavors Marketplace showcases our favorite kitchen tools, food products, travel finds and cookbooks. Each item is tested and approved in our kitchen. Click on the RoadTripFlavors Marketplace tab, select your purchases and finalize your order on Amazon.com. Orders and returns are fulfilled by Amazon. Share this:FacebookTwitter

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Culinary Walking Tour of Nassau

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Bahamas: Nassau | 0 comments

Culinary Walking Tour of Nassau

Nassau, Bahamas A self-guided culinary walking tour in Nassau, Bahamas delivered surprising cuisine.  We researched the tour before we left home. Who knew there was authentic Greek food in downtown Nassau? An easy Greek appetizer is now one of our go-to party foods.     Mapping the Day This was our second visit to beautiful Nassau, Bahamas.  We armed ourselves in advance with our own self-guided culinary tour. Thanks to a printed Google Map, turn-by-turn directions were in hand.  We were set to try the best Bahamian...

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