It just so happens that I like eating almost as much as I like traveling. This works out well, because being abroad provides ample opportunity to try all sorts of new food. You really are what you eat, so trying the local cuisine is an important part of understanding the local culture. And photographing it all allows me to laugh about it later.
|A small piece of naan at a restaurant in NYC|
|The Great Market Hall in Budapest, Hungary|
|White chocolate fountain at a LinkedIn Holiday Party|
|Wine tasting in Bacharach, Germany|
|Fresh picked raspberries from Cider Hill Farm in Amesbury, MA|
|A plate of meat and potatoes in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic|
|Pretzel and beer in Munich, Germany|
|Wine by the fire in Sonoma County, CA|
|Whole, deep fried fish on the menu in Krakow, Poland|
|Apparently, people actually eat it|
|Mushroom soup in a breadbowl, with bacon at the De Young Museum in San Francisco|
|An entire museum dedicated to potatoes in Munich, Germany|
|Beer in Krakow, Poland|
|Molly made me a face-sized cookie in Stanford, CA|
|Beer by the liter in Munich, Germany|
To be continued...
Even more quirkiness awaits you in Travel quirks, part 3: sculpture, animals, doppelgängers, art and more!