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Starapple

Montego Bay, Jamaica, W.I.
lyndalee

Starapple is a large fruit tree, distinguished by its leaves of 2 colors – green above and bronze below, and its large round fruits like apples. The fruits are either purple or green-skinned when... Read more

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Culinary Travel, With a Baby

July 16, 2014

Fifteen months ago, our lives changed forever when we welcomed our son into this world. Like all new parents, we’ve had to figure out a lot since...

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               Culinary Travel, With a Baby

Taking photos of ceviche with a baby on Isla Mujeres, Mexico
At work on Isla Mujeres

Let's say you love to travel. You live for the thrill of stepping into unknown territory, meeting people from all walks of life, finding adventure around every corner and eating food you've never encountered before. Let's say you also have a baby—a curious, demanding little person who requires lots of milk and food, and 13-plus hours of sleep a day. Must the two be mutually exclusive?

Of course not, as countless family travel blogs will tell you. While you might want to wait a few more years before trekking Nepal's Annapurna Circuit, there are plenty of holidays and adventures suitable for young kids—if you have enough desire and patience to tackle them. You'll need to plan around naps and bedtimes; in fact, you will probably need to plan more in general than you ever have before. But you'll also come across more unexpected adventure and likely have more interactions with people than you did pre-baby. As for enjoying local food with a baby? That's an easy one, really, with a few key preparations and attitude adjustments. Here's how to do it.

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Coastal Yucatán
  • Tikinxic

    For this popular Mayan preparation (pronounced “teek-en-sheek”), possibly originating in the northern port city of Progreso, a large white-fleshed fish (like red snapper or grouper) is rubbed...

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San Francisco
  • Mission burrito

    There’s some debate in California about what makes a proper burrito. Down in Southern California, you’ll hear outrage at the inclusion of rice and any vegetables—in San Diego, they...

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Cebu
  • Humba

    Humba (“hoom-bah”) is a stew of liempo, or pork belly, mixed with brown sugar, vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, salt, whole peppercorns, bay leaves, banana blossoms, water, and tausi (fermented...

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  • Starapple

    Montego Bay, Jamaica, W.I.

    lyndalee

    Starapple is a large fruit tree, distinguished by its leaves of 2 colors – green above and bronze below, and its large round fruits like apples. The fruits are either purple or green-skinne…    Read more
  • Ackee & Saltfish

    Montego Bay, Jamaica

    lyndalee

    Jamaican cuisine could be called heavy, but better described as satisfying. Start with breakfast; the island favorites – ackee and codfish or liver or brown stewed chicken, are served with what i…    Read more
  • My First Real Taco

    Mexico City, Mexico

    annamcphee

    I spent my whole life eating tacos, not the real kind – the kind that comes nicely wrapped up in a bright yellow and red box, with a plastic bag to keep the crispy corn derivatives fresh an…    Read more
  • Bite Club Berlin - May 2014

    Berlin

    travelsofadam

    Last weekend I attended this summer's first "Bite Club" - an occasional street food festival held in Berlin. It's pretty much one of the most hipster food events in Berlin - it&…    Read more

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