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6 travel features tagged “Food & Drink”


On the mofongo trail in Puerto Rico

This beloved dish pays tribute to the Caribbean island’s rich history and its embracing culture, both of which continue to permeate its food and its people.
Read more… 15 July 2013

World’s best beach restaurants

From a Californian seafood haven to a Sardinian cafe in Sydney, these five beachfront eateries prove that everything tastes better by the water.
18 April 2013

The Passport blog

The fiery rivalry of Caribbean hot sauce

No matter what your temperature threshold, this guide to the region's spicy goodness will keep you from getting burned.
Read more… 28 September 2012

The Passport blog

Sunken rum in the Cayman Islands

Grand Cayman’s Seven Fathoms Distillery ages its local liquor in wooden barrels located seven fathoms underwater.
Read more… 01 February 2012

The Passport blog

Unexpected tastes at Heladería Lares

Puerto Rico’s hottest ice cream shop scoops more than 50 flavours a day, ranging from chocolate to garlic to sweet potato sprinkled with cinnamon.
Read more… 14 November 2011

Worldwide Weird

Bite into a stinking toe

The “stinking toe” of the Caribbean Islands may not sound appetizing, but to many residents, it is one of the region’s most delicious fruits.
Read more… 19 July 2011

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