Travel – Three underrated and off-the-beaten path foodie destinations

Israel - Follow Me Foodie CookingMama P’nina offers a Druze cooking workshop in Galilee, Israel. — Mijune Pak

Three underrated and off-the-beaten path foodie destinations

Mijune Pak — Westender

Follow Me Foodie started because food connected me to culture and people, so I can barely contain myself with this week’s theme. The pure joy and excitement for summer travel recommendations makes me grin and giddy. I’m holding back from using a thousand exclamation marks!

Where to go? Where to eat? Everywhere!

It’s really hard for me to narrow down, but here are three far away and somewhat misunderstood or misrepresented cities and countries I visited last year with destination dining spots you must visit once in a lifetime.

You don’t have to go far for excellent food, but for this article, I’m feeling not as obvious and “exotic”. These destinations are recommended for hardcore “will travel for food” food-enthusiasts, who like to explore off the beaten path. Read the full article.

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