If you watched the Rome episode of Off Menu, then you're familiar with Katie Parla. The food expert, Romam resident, and author of just-released book, Tasting Rome loves everything Rome and celebrates it through her work. So we were dying to know what she'd do on her One Perfect Day in the Eternal City.
If you visit me in Los Angeles, know that a food crawl of Downtown (aka DTLA) will most surely happen. But in case we can't meet up, here’s a few tips: how to do a food crawl in DTLA with some of the best places right now, including where to go, and what to eat.
What drew me to the food in Israel is it felt so familiar and yet different. Maybe because, similar to here in Los Angeles, there are flavors, ingredients, techniques, and recipes from a ton of different cultures. So, while you can find regional classics, you see chefs using the local influences to make something creative and unique.
Charming, quaint, delightful: these are the words that come to mind when you find yourself describing the historic, little city of Charleston, South Carolina. We already love Charleston, whether just for 24 hours, a girls' getaway, or a weekend away, but here are 7 ways we fell in love with the city even more on our latest trip.
Healdsburg isn't jokingly known to insiders as "Beverly Healdsburg" for nothing. Equal parts rustic and chic, brimming with fabulous restaurants, biodynamic vineyards, and a town square like Mayberry; it’s not hard to find the appeal. Here are our picks for what to do in Healdsburg:
Can we all agree on something? We travel for food first and foremost. Sure, the sites, resorts, beaches, and people are just as amazing but, if you’re like me, you travel to taste a place. I mean, that’s why you’re here on Salt & Wind, right? Because, like us, you’re always in search of the best meal a place has to offer and how to recreate it back home.