Nothing’s Better Than Mom’s Deviled Eggs, But You Should Still Explore the World Just to Make Sure!

Daily writing prompt
What’s the most delicious thing you’ve ever eaten?

My mom makes the most tangy, mustard-y, deliciousness of deviled eggs. Not too much devil, not too little egg. She doesn’t have a recipe. She adds seasoning as our ancestors speak to her and it’s always pure bliss. I pity anyone who attempts to eat one of moms eggs before me!

Despite the perpetual and accidental perfection of mom’s deviled eggs, I’m always on the look out for spectacular food wherever I travel. One of the best ways to discover unique and amazing foods is to take food tours wherever you roam.

Here’s some of the top food tours around the world that you should consider taking. . .

A trip to Paris wouldn’t be complete without exploring its gastronomy and French cuisine that make the city such a wonder. Book this Paris Small-Group Food Tasting Tour and choose to explore either the Montmartre or Notre Dame neighborhood with a guide who knows the best places to grab a bite. Stop at up to six locations for multiple tastings such as macarons, cheese, wine, crepes, viennoiseries, and oysters—each neighborhood tour features a unique tasting list that complements the area. Book your tour here.

Sample some of the most delicious bites that Boston’s North End has to offer—and enjoy a personalized, first-hand introduction to the area’s charms and Italian heritage—on this small-group walking tour. Choose between several convenient start times, and be sure to bring your appetite: you’ll follow your guide to a number of local businesses, where you’ll try everything from clam chowder and lobster rolls to pasta and cannoli. At the end, you’ll enjoy a delicious Secret Dish, that will be revealed only on the day of the tour. Book your tour here.

Eat your way around Sorrento, the sun-splashed city near the Amalfi Coast on this small-group guided food tour. Stroll the streets of charming Sorrento with your guide, stopping at family-run restaurants, delis, and markets to indulge in an array of local edible delights. Eat everything from homemade gnocchi to buffalo mozzarella to prosciutto and gelato. And then wash it all down with locally made beer, wine, and limoncello. Participants on this small-group tour are limited to just 12, ensuring you receive plenty of personalized attention from the guide. Book your tour here.

Finding authentic places to eat can be tricky in an unfamiliar place. Take the guesswork out of your visit to Reykjavík on this guided walking tour that takes you to a multitude of eateries around the capital, including the city’s oldest restaurant and a much-loved hot dog stand. In a small group of no more than 12, learn about Iceland’s culinary history and traditions as you sample such dishes as Icelandic meat soup, skyr, and lobster soup. Book your tour here.

Eat like a true Dubliner on this small-group Dublin food tour. With your guide, seek out authentic pubs, cafés, food shops, and markets, and savor Irish specialties including a traditional breakfast, artisanal cheeses, ice cream, and more. Pair your tastings with an Irish cream liqueur and another tipple, and admire some of Dublin’s hidden gems and learn about its culinary heritage as you eat and explore. Tour is limited to 12 or fewer. Book Your tour here.

Explore Chicago’s buzzing food scene in a small group on this 3-hour walking tour. Stroll around the ‘Chicago Loop’, stopping at hidden gems and hearing tales of the city from your local guide,. learning how how important the immigrants that built this town are to the food scene. Taste classic Chicago foods, from deep-dish pizza to the world-famous dipped Italian beef sandwiches. At the end, you’ll enjoy a delicious Secret Dish, that will be revealed only on the day of the tour. Book your tour here.

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Published by Christy Evers

I am a mom of three, a Travel Professional and certified meditation teacher. I have a passion for travel and want to help others see the world and enjoy their lives to the fullest while I do the same.

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