Pristine Agency Reviews Travel Destinations for Food Lovers

Food is a great way to get to know a culture. Today, it has become the sole reason for travel for millions of foodies.
Pristine Agency: Experience the World
Pristine Agency: Experience the World
HENDERSON, Nev. - March 24, 2016 - PRLog -- Pristine Agency reviews four travel destinations for food lovers and what makes them so unique.

Barcelona, Spain - This Mediterranean country's proximity to the ocean makes it the perfect place for the freshest seafood in the world.  Punctuated by fresh garlic, tomatoes and virgin olive oil, this cuisine is both amazing and unique in flavor.  From meats to seafood dishes, these three ingredients make up the sauces which are the heart of Spanish cooking.  The foods of Spain have been strongly influenced by the nearby counties of Italy and France, but have clearly taken the best of what the region has to offer in the way of taste.

Tokyo, Japan - The staple of Japanese cuisine is soup loaded with fresh vegetables, tofu, fish, eggs and meat, creating a richly textured broth which is the hallmark of this most popular dish.  Rice or noodles accompany most meals and come in a variety of styles. Seafood is abundant in the region and used in the two main dishes that are unique to Japan, sushi and sashimi.  Many of the local dishes consist of one pot meals which include thinly sliced beef and vegetables cooked in flavorful broths.

New Orleans, Louisiana - Food and music are the spice of life in New Orleans. The local cuisine was strongly influenced by the French and includes a variety of Cajun and Creole delights.  The classic menus in most restaurants include spicy and flavorful gumbos, jambalayas and red beans and rice. Meals are affordable and portions are generous.  One of New Orleans most famous foods is the po' boy sandwich that consists of meat or seafood served on a baguette.

Italy - The cuisine in Italy differs greatly between regions. However, Italy as a whole, is generally known for pasta and tomato sauces. Depending on the region, dishes might include olive oil or butter, rice or polenta or if cheese sauce is used in place of tomato sauces. The one thing all Italian cuisine has in common is the use of spices such as oregano, parsley, rosemary, thyme, basil and sage. Cheese also makes up the basis of Italian cooking with over 400 different types to choose from. Parmesan and mozzarella are easily the most well-known.

Pristine Agency is a wholesale travel provider located in Henderson, NV who offers unique travel experiences to destinations around the world.


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