Our Travel Cooking Interview & The Backpacker Chef Cookbook

If you know us, you know we LOVE to EAT!

Traveling and eating just go well together. In fact that’s a large part of why we can’t get enough of new places. We’re addicted to experiencing bizarre foods, nostalgic tastes and regional curiosities . However, did you know we enjoy cooking at home too? Our home being the small motorhome kitchen we travel with as well as the kitchen’s of our friends and families.

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Pizza! The Real Local Food Of Rhode Island

Sure, the tourist guides will tell you that Stuffies, Lobster Rolls or a burger from Haven Bro’s are the quintessential foods to eat while in Rhode Island. These unique foodie finds are fun to eat for sure! Just know they’re a tourist thing. Don’t believe the hype. Let us tell you that the real local food of Rhode Island is none other than Pizza.

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More Than A Butter Lady & A Book; Savannah, Georgia

Somewhere between the sweet-smelling flowers in the city squares and the piss fragrant alleyways, you’ll lose yourself in Savannah’s tell-tale spirit. The marionette show of Spanish moss will capture your imagination as it dances an eerie ballet in the light breeze that dusts your cheeks.

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Guess the Ingredients

Are You A Legit Southern Foodie?

Flex that tasting tongue muscle by listing your answers for the mystery ingredients #1-#6. Oh and don’t forget to tell us what we’re havin’ to eat here!

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Mardi Gras like a Southern Louisiana Local

In Southern Louisiana Mardi Gras isn’t just a day, it’s a season.

Like Carnival, the Gulf Coast’s celebration is dripping with masked merry makers and high spirits. This momentous celebration of over consumption leads right up to the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday.  Around here Mardi Gras is as important as Christmas, including days off of work, huge meals, and piles of shiny bulbs and beads!

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