We all know how much local foods and libations can define our travel experiences. Here we share the planet's top culinary experiences. Eat, drink, and be chatty!

 

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Bon appétit, Seychelles-style

MelanieMaya This archipelago´s cuisine blends various aspects of French, Chinese, Indian and African influences, and not surprisingly, seafood – fish, octopus (above) and shellfish – plays a major role.  Spices that abound here include coriander, ginger, and lemongrass, and other common elements include coconut milk and fruit like tamarind and papaya. Seafood is prepared baked, curried, grilled, salted, smoked, steamed, and wrapped in banana leaves, and invariably served with rice. One…

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9 top restaurants & chefs on the Caribbean island of Nevis

  Photos: Timothy Leland, except where noted Visiting tiny Nevis - just 36 square miles - is treat enough, with its ravishing nature, pristine beaches, friendly, laid back locals and charming inns (including several in centuries-old former sugar plantations). But it´s also packed with 40 or so of some of the finest restaurants anywhere, with food from local farm-to-table and sea-to-table found on culturally diversified menus on a par to what you might find in some of the world´s culinary…

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Exploring the world's flavors: 5 benefits of food tours

  withlocals.com As a traveler, you get to explore the fascinating places, people, and cultures of the world - along with, inevitably, its many delicious cuisines. Everyone has to eat, and for many eating is a huge part of the travel experience - as well as a tasty way to gain a literally tasty insight to the destinations they visit. What´s more, most destinations have local tour operators which specialize in introducing visitors to the wonderful culinary experiences and heritage of their…

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A Destination to Celebrate: Eastern Scheldt Lobster Season in the Netherlands

  The beginning of spring sees the start of each year's Eastern Scheldt lobster season in the southernnmost province of The Netherlands, Zeeland. This world-famours lobster -- as well as the region's bounty of oysters, other crustaceans and fish from the waters of the North Sea -- make Zeeland and its fantastic restaurants a place of annual pilgrimage for lovers of good seafood.   

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