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For Travel and Convenience Use Top Induction Cooking

Food as an Induction for Travel

People always look for various kinds of choices as they are heading forward in their journeys. I travel for all such choices which means simply I travel to eat. 

Eating delicious food is always a pleasure. To inspire the real goodness you have to experience the taste of long-cooked tomato sauce made by Nonna of Bologna, a biscuit with Tennessee sorgum syrup, and the cheesy chewiness of the fresh pao de queijo in São Paulo. This is a good story to share with others as well. My travel plan is usually just an overview of the most effective route from one place to another. 

Except for some cheese and occasional sausages, I rarely eat on my travels something that I cannot bring, buy or utilize at home. Generally, recipes do travel. It is very easy to note down recipes in any mode in order to try out them at home. You can test the recipes by your own at home and reawake the days spent in respective place. 

Experiencing recipes is not enough to inspire travelling. If a Brazilian restaurant in Sacramento can perfectly reproduce the flavour of the sultry night in Sao Paulo, there is no point in travelling there. However, this is the real truth about travelling and eating. According to my experience in travelling, the insignificant part of eating is the food itself. The food items related to specific locales cannot be reproduced and must be tried out at their own places.

In New York City, there is a West Indian locality where you can buy street food that is as delicious as the Caribbean. Just forget all the bothersome factors in New York and taste a hot and spicy bite with pepper and tamarind. For sure you can taste the accurate flavour just as in Trinidad.

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Thanks! birdynext



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