Posts Tagged “Culinary Arts”

Famous Quebecois Poutine: Chez Ashton

By | February 23, 2012

While in a taxi from the airport to HI-Quebec Hostel, the taxi driver told me I have to try Chez Ashton ( or Ashton for short) and have one of their famous poutines! In this video I share my culinary arts journey as I have a poutine! Vive le Quebecois poutine!!!

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Montreal Poutine – Quebec’s Fast Food!

By | November 15, 2011

My Poutine experience in Montreal was at Montreal Poutine on 161 Saint – Paul EST, which is on a street just right off of Place Jacques Cartier through Rue des Artistes. For those of you have never experienced a poutine before it is a dish made with French fries, gravy and curds of cheese. The […]

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Backpackers Food & Cooking

By | October 10, 2011

Throughout this year of travels, I have to say my trip to Hawaii was my first “backpackers dining experience” trip because all of my travels have included eating at restaurants, local fast-food places and eating with my couch surfing hosts. I have saved money in dining before by grabbing a sandwich from a supermarket for […]

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Tinto de Verano, Olives, Gazpacho, yes I’m in Spain!

By | July 28, 2011

Time to eat! Hora para comer!! Coming back from the beach in Tarifa, I had no idea there was an old part to the town. I thought it was just the main strip on the main road. The main street you take from entering Tarifa is not as pretty as the old town, so don’t […]

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Meeting Friends On Your Journey of Travel

By | July 21, 2011

Travelling around this year, I always meet so many wonderful people from all over the world. Each person has a story to share about their own authentic journey. Everyone thinks it’s brave and adventurous for me to travel alone, but while away I meet many people who are travelling alone as well. It’s not a […]

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