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Comida (Paul Krechel)

Food, like every country in the world is specific to its area. Spain is no exception. The number one ingredient used in almost everything is olive oil. At first this was difficult for me. I was used to having salads … Continue reading

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Food in London (Olivia Sievert)

I will sadly be leaving London in less than two weeks, and I cannot wait get home to indulge in American food! I think I may be a little bit too excited to go home to my favorite foods (my parents would … Continue reading

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Dinner and TV (Laura Gordon)

When I arrived to Spain in early September I found that my home stay was very similar to my home life in my real home in the States. I have two parents and the freedom of any single child while … Continue reading

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Food (Ken Rideout)

As we enter December my cash supplies have run low from all my travel, souvenirs, and various nightlife expenses… I find that my consumption of healthy meals has experienced a recent downturn.  Over the semester I feel like I have eaten like … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Dinner … With a French Twist (Leigh Smalley)

So, we were told we would be having an “American Thanksgiving” – with the same foods and whatnot…well, it turned out to be and American Thanksgiving with a bit of a French twist – not bad, just different.  We started … Continue reading

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The Taste of Peru (Caitlin Petersen)

Food. Food is so important here.  And so is eating.  In my host family, it’s like a crime if I miss a meal.  Not that I can’t go out and eat with friends- that’s not what I mean.  As long … Continue reading

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Carbo Loading (Rebecca Larson)

Upon arriving go Ecuador one of the first things my host father told me about the food was “No es la cena sin arroz” – it’s not a meal without rice.  My time here has proven this statement to be … Continue reading

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Portobello Road (Nicole Engbretson)

I have always loved fresh food and markets: The farmers’ market in Green Bay, Pike Place Market in Seattle, and vendors on city corners. But I have never seen something as magnificent as the market at Portobello Road. Having watched … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Abroad (Casey Olson)

Well last week marks the first time I have ever had class on Thanksgiving.  Yes, the school I attend in Florence, Italy is made up of mostly Americans, but it is an Italian school so of course they wouldn’t give us … Continue reading

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Fresh From the Market (Devan Scherer)

Before arriving in England for the semester I was warned that the food was not going to taste the best. It will be rubbish (garbage) they would say. You will live on fish and chips I was told. To my … Continue reading

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