What does one eat in the Peruvian Amazon? Jungle cuisine, of course. And what is jungle cuisine? Larvae, leaves, and root vegetables, of course!
We know what you’re thinking. It doesn’t exactly make the mouth water. But before you turn on your “No, thank you” auto-reply, click through for a look at what Peru’s indigenous Amazonian people call dinner. We’ve got more food habits in common than you think!
It's National Picnic Day! Drop what you're doing, pack a lunch, and head outside.
Ok, ok. We know it’s not that easy to put your life on hold. But seriously, casual picnics that celebrate sunshine, good conversation, and delicious food are a great way to spend a birthday, spoil a first date, or take the edge off a stressful work week.
So, in the spirit of this wonderful "holiday," here's a collection of scrumptious, portable, and easy to assemble picnic recipes.
It's not easy being a farmer, which is why we’re honoring these oft unsung heroes today, Earth Day 2015.
For farmers, workdays begin early and end late, weather is intense, resources are limited, and demands are high.
Click through for a glimpse into farming life – what farmers do for our earth, why they do it, and what they wish you knew about their work.
It’s Fit Food Tuesday, which means we’ve got health food on the brain; specifically, the best snacks and treats to eat after a workout. (You should choose low fat foods that are high in protein and carbohydrates – surprise! – since these refuel and repair your muscles.
They should, of course, also be yummy.
In honor of National Fitness Month, here are our picks for the best foods to eat after a workout.
ICYMI: April is National Stress Awareness Month. (Don’t stress out if you didn’t know; there’s still time to get in the Zen zone.)
One way to get started down the placid path – yea, we’re going to alliterate everything – is to eat the right foods. In fact, certain fruits, veggies and seafood actually reduce cortisol and adrenaline levels while boosting calming chemicals like serotonin.
Here are the best foods to eat when you need to keep your cool.
Today is World Malbec Day, and to honor one of Latin America’s best-loved wines, we’re highlighting the region with which it is most closely associated.
Mendoza, Argentina is a captivating city with dozens of wineries worth touring and as many restaurants worth visiting.
Here, a virtual tour of our favorite spots to wine and dine in Mendoza, Argentina.
Bust out your breath mints and skip the snogging! April 19th is National Garlic Day. In honor of this most delightfully unctuous ingredient, we’ve collected a few glorious garlic recipes that stink in the best possible way.
Love garlic? You’re in luck. Here, 8 great garlic recipes for fans of the stinking rose.
World famous ice cream maker, Ben & Jerry's, has announced that it will launch a new treat with a Latin twist on April 20th.
The Brrr-ito, a hot waffle cone wrap stuffed with cookie crumbles, hot fudge, and the ice cream flavor of your choice, will debut at a Ben & Jerry's scoop shop near you this Monday.
To generate buzz for the Brrr-ito, Ben & Jerry's released a hilarious video that will make you drool and laugh at the same time. (You've been warned.)
At very, very, VERY long last, spring is finally here. And what goes better with spring than picnics? In fact, next Thursday, April 23, is National Picnic Day.
In honor of warm weather, good friends, and outdoor dining, we’ve gathered some of our favorite picnic accessories, from carryall picnic baskets to packable board games. Check them out!
It’s freaky food Wednesday! Just kidding. That’s not actually a thing, though it could be given some of the delicacies eaten throughout Latin America.
Here’s a collection of some of the craziest we’ve seen. Would you eat them? Click through and let us know!