The Kitchn Abroad: What We Saw, Cooked, and Ate On Our Food Travels This Year

The Kitchn Abroad: What We Saw, Cooked, and Ate On Our Food Travels This Year

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Dec 27, 2012
When the Kitchn editors and writers travel abroad, it's clear what our focus will be: the food. We can't resist the local markets and grocery stores, the specialty ingredients, dishes, and experiences that give us a sense of the area's cultural and culinary history. From Mexico to Israel, from Argentina to China, here's what we saw and tasted on our travels abroad this year: TOP ROW • 1 A Taste of Israel: Photos from a Food Tour • 2 A Food Tour of Israel: Machne Yehuda Outdoor Market in Jerusalem • 3 Scenes from a Venetian Market: Fondi di Carciofo (Artichoke Ends) • 4 What Are the Best Kitchen Souvenirs To Buy in Italy? • 5 A Visit to the Rialto Market in Venice, Italy BOTTOM ROW • 6 A Peek Into Parma, Italy • 7 Fresh Finds: Scenes from a Turkish Produce Market • 8 Mexico Through the Avocado Lens • 9 What I Learned from Traveling with a Group of Wine Writers in Chile and Argentina • 10 Soup Dumplings & Peking Duck: Snapshots From China
* * * Welcome to The Kitchn's Best of 2012 roundup!
From December 17 through January 1 we are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the past year.
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