About Traveling Taste Buds


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My budget doesn’t allow for year round travel, but I can bring the world into my kitchen. From street food to desserts Traveling Taste Buds is about using food to experience the destinations you want to visit and remembering the smells and flavors from the places you’ve been. Recipes, photos, anecdotes, and rants are all on the menu. My name is Devon, I have visited over thirty countries, and I am hungry for more.

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7 comments:

  1. Devon,
    It was so great to meet you after Thanksgiving (at the Ferguson's house). I've finally gotten to check out your blog. It's inspiring to me as I love food espcially things that are new and unfamilar to the taste buds - but am often too intimidated to explore with my own cooking abilities. So, I look forward to trying out some of what you have posted. Thanks!
    Bridgette

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  2. Bridgette,
    So nice to meet you and your family. Your pumpkin cake was really good. I think you definately have a great cook in you. Thanks for visiting.

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  3. 30 countries! oh i am jealous.
    i love reading this blog. it is so great to "see" you after all these years. you are still really cool.
    katie (rafferzeder)

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  4. Katie! Nice to see you here. How is life with twins? Could you please start a blog so I can keep up with the madness?

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  6. Hi Devon, loved your bit about the vegan month. Yeah, I am more of the burgers and wings type a guy, and I definitely have no desire to ever try living totally cheese and meet free. I believe that healthy balance of all food groups is the way to go - after all, that's how our ancestors lived. Anyway, I have my own food blog, where I post illustrated recipes for Slovak food. Slovak food is not exactly well known around the world, and I am hoping to change this. So, head over to my site if you are looking for new inspirations. Thanks!

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  7. I really enjoyed following along with you on your trip to Ecuador. I do hope you'll soon be able to post more adventures. I really just wanted you to know I appreciate the work you do here. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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FOOD IS ONE OF THE MOST VISCERAL ASPECTS OF A CULTURE; IT CAN BE EXPERIENCED WITH NO LANGUAGE SKILLS, NO GUIDE, AND MOST TIMES WITH VERY LITTLE MONEY.