Today we’re celebrating one year of #SundayTraveler. When we started this link up, I don’t think anyone of us imagined it to turn into the community that it is today. It’s been a real pleasure for me to regularly connect with bloggers from around the world and follow along on their adventures, learning more about them from week to week. To all of those who are stuck around since the beginning, thank you so much for your support and for continuing to link up each week.
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To celebrate, we’ve each put together a collection of posts from the past year from the #SundayTraveler link up. Each host has picked their own theme. I’ve gone with the theme of food and travel because I’m happiest when I’m enjoying good food on an adventure.
Finding Budapest’s Sweet Side from Have Blog Will Travel – Long time readers of the blog will know that I’ve lived for awhile in Budapest. While I ate plenty of cake, I haven’t been to most of these bakeries. They look so tasty.
8 Costa Rican Dishes Besides Gallo Pinto You’ll Want to Try from Mytan Feet – I had the pleasure of meeting Samatha and Yeison earlier this year and boy have they convinced me to go visit. I definitely will be eating well.
Adventurous Eating – Kitfo from Cook Sip Go – Would you ever eat raw minced meat? Dave over at Cook Sip Go tried this delicacy found in Ethiopia.
Maple Syrup Festival from Justin Plus Lauren – When in Canada, you need to go to a maple syrup festival like this one. There’s nothing like enjoying maple syrup straight from the source!
The Sourtoe Cocktail, Dawson City from Ice Cream and Permafrost – Would you dare to do a shot with a human toe in your drink? I don’t think I could, but the braver than me Jess did it, but that wasn’t even the strangest thing that happened that day.
Penang Homecooking Class with Pearly Kee from Malaysian Meanders – I’ve always wanted to take a food cooking class and doing one in Southeast Asia would be awesome. This one looks like it would be fun.
How to Get Fat in Buenos Aires from Slightly Astray – I had such a hard time picking a post from Anna. She has so many great food posts, but this one had me drooling from start to finish. I can’t wait to go and eat all this!
Warm Milk in Europe from Basket Life Travel – When I was living in Europe, I was always mystified by the shelf stable milk and it grossed me out. Stacey had the same though and did a little digging. Read her piece on dirty eggs too.
Eat Like a Japanese: 11 Dishes You Must Try from Nerd Nomads – If I could only eat one type of food for the rest of my life, I would probably pick Japanese food? Why? All you need to do is flip through this great guide.
Favorite Food Souvenirs from The World Is A Book – Do you collect souvenirs from your travels? Mary shares some of her food souvenirs that she has taken home over the years. My favourite kind of souvenir!
Bizarre Foods from Around the World from A Southern Gypsy – What is the strangest food item you’ve eaten on your travels? Ashley has compiled a great list of odd things from around the world. Be sure to check out Part I too.
The Pescetarian’s Guide to the Best Dishes of Peru from Gallop Around the Globe – I don’t know too much about Peruvian food, but if I get to eat all this listed then I’ll be a happy camper. Love ceviche.
What’s your favourite food post from the last year of #SundayTraveler?
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