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We’re Kylee and Mark: two chefs turned globetrotters. We’ve been travelling the world for over a decade, experiencing cultures through cuisine. All the while finding ourselves undeniably drawn to the lesser-visited destinations of the world.

We’re here to help you do the same.

Through our in-depth travel guides, compelling stories and unique recipes; we hope to encourage those full of curiosity to step outside their realm of comfort. To go somewhere different, eat something new, and venture into the unknown.

Previously In

Morocco

Currently In

Canada

Next Destination

El Salvador

 
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  • A Much Needed Break in the Moroccan Sahara Desert

    A Much Needed Break in the Moroccan Sahara Desert

    Following a few days engulfed in the mad frenzy of the Fes Medina, our heads were spinning. With the dizzying maze-like corridors and never-ending flow of bodies in all directions; and the constant beckoning of shopkeepers to visit this shop or that, to “buy this rug” or “authentic gold lamp.” Each dawn we’d be shaken from sleep by a buzzing shriek. Directly outside our bedroom window was the loudspeaker atop …
  • Sarmale Recipe [Romanian Cabbage Rolls]

    Sarmale Recipe [Romanian Cabbage Rolls]

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    Until visiting Romania, I thought I knew cabbage rolls. Growing up in Alberta, a Canadian province with a large Ukrainian population, cabbage rolls were a staple in my diet. And as a result, I had …
  • Navigating the Chaos: What to Do in Fes, Morocco

    Navigating the Chaos: What to Do in Fes, Morocco

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    Visiting Fes is absolutely one of the must-do activities while in Morocco. And yes, it’s spelled Fes, not Fez – the second one is a type of hat. Wandering the narrow, chaotic streets of the …
  • How Travel Can Make You Live a Longer Life

    How Travel Can Make You Live a Longer Life

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    Alright. I know this sounds a bit far-fetched, but hear me out. Travelling can make you live a longer life. I’m not talking about this in the literal sense, of course. That is, unless by travelling, in a dance with …
  • Recipe: Vietnamese Banh Mi

    Recipe: Vietnamese Banh Mi

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    Bánh mì — literally Vietnamese bread — is the common name for the delicious sandwich that originated in Saigon during the 1950s. Over the years, this melding of French and Southeast Asian cuisine has become wildly popular across the world. …
 
 
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