One of the best things about traveling the globe is getting the opportunity to taste all the many flavors of the world, prepared in ways both unfamiliar and exotic. I’ve eaten witchety grubs roasted over an open fire in the outback of Australia, munched on guinea pig cooked on a spit in Ecuador, stuffed myself on Belgian waffles to die for in… wait for it… Belgium. I’ve nibbled on magnifique petits-fours in Paris, succulent olives in Greece and noshed on amazing street food just about everywhere in between, and there’s still so much yet to be tasted. Yum.
Thanks to the massive popularity of all things epicurean, spawned by the Food Network and glazed by drama queen Gordon Ramsey’s many f-bomb laden contributions - there is a veritable explosion of offerings to meet the demand for amazing cooking and food tours worldwide. Famous travel journalists & foodies like Anthony Bourdain, and last year’s bestselling “Oh She Glows” cookbook author Angela Liddon - are just adding fuel to the kitchen grease fire.
These hilarious kids apparently haven’t yet learned to appreciate a wide variety of foods, but they certainly know what they don’t like.