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Who, exactly, doesn’t like good food? Travel the world, and you’ll find a world of flavors. People open up over a local meal; they become expansive and generous and forthcoming, whether or not you add a few bottles of the local brew.
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- Farm-to-table is something of a well-heeled trend in the U.S., as we’re finally reconnecting with the sources of what we eat. But in much of the world, it’s the way people eat. So go local: local markets, local seafood, local farms, local specialties.
- Ask locals for recommendations, and be adventurous. McDonald’s will be waiting when you get back home. If, that is, you still want it.