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10 Iconic Czech Dishes in Prague

June 20, 2019

Pub snacks, main dishes, sweets: Look for these 10 classic Czech dishes to eat like a born-and-raised local in Prague. Letenské sady (Letná Park) in Prague. Prague is a city that’s the “heart of Europe” and the “city of a hundred spires,” a romantic legend dripping with history and beauty. Not many talk about the food there though (beer, yes, but not food). Czech cuisine tends to be…

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What to Eat in Jackson County, Michigan: 9 Spots to Try

September 27, 2018

Michigan’s food scene isn’t all about Detroit. In this sponsored post, meet Jackson County, birthplace of the beloved Coney dog and so much more.

Jackson County, Michigan, is known for its diner-style pit stops and family-owned eateries. Whether you are looking for a place to dine in or take out from, eat a regional specialty or devour BBQ, enjoy doughnuts or chow down on desserts, Jackson County’s food…

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Top 5 Tibetan Foods in Tibet

January 17, 2018

For people who love food, one of the main reasons for choosing a Tibet tour is the culinary culture there. We’ve covered the basics of Tibetan cuisine already; now we’ll go into the dishes you can expect to eat at restaurants in Tibet. Thanks to the close geographical proximity, Tibetan food reflects influences of Indian, Chinese, and Nepalese cookery in its main dishes. However, partly due to the…

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Q&A: Sonam Tenphel, Tibet Tour Guide

January 10, 2018


A group tour is only as great as the person leading it, so you want an experienced guide with both the knowledge and the passion to see it through. Enter Sonam Tenphel of Tibet Travel agency, a Tibetan native with a background in art history and a penchant for vegetable momos who considers Lhasa “the most beautiful, intriguing city in the world”—and shows it off to his…

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What Is Tibetan Cuisine?

January 3, 2018

Tibetan cuisine is unique due to the high altitude of the Tibetan plateau, the harsh climate, and Tibetans' traditional and religious beliefs and customs. The daily diet of the Tibetan people consists largely of meat and dairy products, high in protein, to combat the extreme climate conditions and the ever-present highland barley, one of the few crops that can grow well on the high plateau. In the high…