Forks and Jets

The true story of a couple or amateur foodie travelogues going around the world

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Before there was McDonald’s, there was Döner. Read more

Donner Party

Seems simple enough: baked phyllo dough, (a simple unleavened flour dough rolled or stretched to paper thin) layered with nuts and honey. Like they say, “When in Rome…,” so when we were in the Mediterranean and the Balkans, we had to try Baklava. Read more

You catch more flies with honey…

Whether you call it Rakia, Ouzo, Mastika or Raki, a small war has been brewing for generations across countries and cultures. Most drinkers of the world are familiar with Greek Ouzo, and maybe even a few dedicated tipplers like the strong anise flavor. The reality is most of the Mediterranean and Balkans claim this liquor as their creation and national drink. Greece just has better marketing and distribution. Read more

Ode to Anise

Round the World travel observation: the more time you have, the less you get done. Read more

Blue Cruising the Turquoise Seas

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