Feb 24, 2017 food for travel
I am going to be honest with you guys. Cooking is not my thing. It has very little appeal-well with the exception of breakfast foods…I am actually pretty good at that. Derek makes most of our dinners if you are worried that we are starving over here, well we might be a little bit…
Now that you know that I am lazy in the food department. I have been racking my brain for some healthy, easy to buy and assemble snacks to have on hand for traveling. So far I have these tasty Fruit+Almond bars from Patagonia. I honestly love this company because they are all about forward thinking farmers that use growing methods to regenerate and restore resources. Aside from that, the only other thing I have are these totally awesome collapsible travel containers to fill up with nuts! We are looking for creative ideas and items that you have traveled with to aid us on this adventure.
Through travel we will see how different societies eat, helping us to also embrace the way they think. Food brings people together. It’s a social activity. It connects to memories, like comfort food. My comfort food is goat cheese on a fresh baguette. Yeah, I have some French blood in me. I am wondering where you live and what your typical cuisine or snacks are? I would love your input!
Through this I want to stay connected to people. I want new conversations about our world. Cultural conversations. Nurture and grow us so we can then extend that to the broader world. But I want to start simple; do more with less. Because the likelihood of me going gourmet is pretty low!