Mercado Roma

Mercado Roma

Oct 24, 2015

Mercado Roma is a premium space in the Roma area of Mexico City jammed packed with high end food vendors.  I have seen something similar in London at Street Feasts at Dalston Yard, and to be honest, I don’t know why more cities don’t have this.  The closest thing that Salt Lake City has is when they have food truck gatherings.  This is not your...

Dulcinea

Dulcinea

Oct 22, 2015

Dulcinea is located in the Polanco area of Mexico City and more specifically the Polancito area of Polanco.  It’s a trendy hipster area of town with a good gastronomic vibe.  One place in particular that I visited twice last month was Dulcinea, an indoor/outdoor eatery open for both breakfast and lunch. We had some lovely weather during our breakfast, so...

Fonda Margarita

Fonda Margarita

Oct 21, 2015

After visiting Mexico for the first time last month and in my first month logging roughly 2 weeks of eating.  I have a ton of great eating experiences to share and literally hundreds of photos.  I literally fasted for a week before going to Mexico because Mexican cooking is amazing and wanted to leave as much room as literally possible to eat all the tacos as...

Paris, France

Paris, France

Oct 3, 2015

Paris was the last stop on my wife and I’s 15 year anniversary trip this summer in Europe.  It was also the only stop where we didn’t speak a lick of the language.  We still had a great time.  Paris, much like Barcelona and London has a really advanced and developed metro system that made getting around the city and to all the tourist destinations a...

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy

Jul 5, 2015

Stop number three on my European vacation took us to beautiful Venice, Italy.  Venice was as described, beautiful culture and architecture, and an experience Monica and I will never forget.  Of course I have a hidden agenda on every trip that I take, and that is centered around food.  I only fulfilled a few of my covert goals, so a return visit is going to be a...

Good Times and Great Food in Barcelona, Spain

Good Times and Great Food in Barcelona, Spain

Jun 21, 2015

Barcelona, Spain just might be my favorite European city for many reasons.  The weather in early June when we visited was amazing.  The beach just off the Barcoloneta neighborhood was as good as anywhere I’ve been.  The people were helpful and polite everywhere we went, but perhaps the infrastructure of the city was what impressed me the most.  The city...

Delicious Eating in London, England

Delicious Eating in London, England

Jun 11, 2015

Last month I had a chance to attend FoodieHub.tv‘s Global Food Awards in London, England.  It was an amazing experience to take my love of food to a global level.  I realize that most of my reviews have been in Salt Lake City, Utah, and the United States and South America.  London and Europe has been eating and cooking much longer.  In fact walking past...

Medellin, Colombia

Medellin, Colombia

May 26, 2015

Medellin is the capital of the Colombian state of Antioquia and the country’s second largest city.  In Colombia it’s known for it’s delicious food and beautiful women.  There is a little rivalry going on between Cali and Medellin as to who wins the latter category.  I tip my hat to Cali since that is where my wife is from.  🙂  Medellin has...

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

May 3, 2015

San Pedro Sula, Honduras is reported to be the most dangerous city in the world for two straight years with roughly 3 times the murder rate than New Orleans.  I was there for work first, and eating all the delicious food second.  I’ve been to New Orleans, and I’ve been to other areas of the world considered “dangerous” like Medellin,...

Hacienda Don Jose

Hacienda Don Jose

Apr 8, 2015

On my very first trip to Puerto Rico, my food mission was clear.  Find the best mofongos on the island and eat them every chance I could get.  Mofongos are delicious plantain bananas mashed up and lightly fried, and then served with seafood, steak, or chicken.  They often come with either a criolla sauce or garlic sauce.  Most of the Puerto Rican places we...