Texas is such a large and such a proud state that it is often said that is should be its own country. That being said, you can imagine that things in the great Lone Star State of Texas are quite unique; and of those many unique things, food is at the top of the list. Texas is a land where cultures clash to combine a unique and varied menu that tickles the taste buds and can only be called one thing; delicious. Texans are as proud of their food as they are of everything else that they do. If you are interested in treating yourself to a delightful and unique culinary experience, as well as a delightful and unique holiday, than you really need to consider traveling to the great state of Texas on a food holiday.
The lights, the sites, the shows, the people; New York is a bustling city that appeals to travelers from around the globe – and these features aren’t the only things that New York is famous for – this city is also famous for food! Being that New York City has been the landing spot for so many immigrants over the years, it has become an iconic food cultural capital in the United States. On one corner, you can find restaurants that serve authentic Italian food and on the next, you can find a restaurant that serves traditional Chinese food. A visit to New York City is kind of like a small trip around the globe; as far as food is concerned. If you are a lover of food and you want to not only taste dishes from around the globe, but you also want to learn how to cook them, then New York City is the place for you to visit.
New Orleans is a city that is rich in the history of eating and drinking. Brunch was invented in New Orleans as was the first cocktail, The Sazerac. Several other drinks were also invented in New Orleans such as the Hurricane, the Grasshopper, the Ramos Gin Fizz, and the Herbsaint. Serious food and cocktail lovers can learn all kinds of fascinating facts by taking a New Orleans culinary tour. These tours can’t be taken in only one day. You will need to plan accordingly, in order to see and learn all that New Orleans has to offer.