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Last updated: 02/21/17Iceland is full of culinary gems and surprises, with a more dynamic and diverse food scene than we ever expected. From lunch in a greenhouse to our favorite hot dog stand, here we reveal our culinary “best of” list from our recent 10-day trip driving around the famous¬†Iceland Ring Road. Best Affordable Seafood Meal: Kaffivagninn in Reykjavik It’s not hard to find good seafood in Iceland, but...

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Last updated: 12/13/16When you think of Salt Lake City, you may think of mountains and Mormons, but you probably don’t think of genealogical research. But Salt Lake City is home to the Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world. This library is part of a 10-acre complex known as Temple Square that houses buildings owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Whether you’ve never even...

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Last updated: 12/13/16When visiting an area with such natural beauty like the Finger Lakes, you might not think about spending time indoor at museums- especially with the area’s reputation as a grape-growing region with tons of wineries. But as we found out during our recent visit, you can only drink so much wine, and sometimes the weather just doesn’t cooperate. We ended up spending a good amount of time in several of the...

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Last updated: 12/13/16For those who know me, you should know that I love chocolate. My addiction has little to no limits and when I visit a country known for its chocolate, I’ll go all out. In knowing this, it should be no surprise that our recent trip to Ecuador ended up with us trying over 20 chocolate bars during our exploration of the country. After trying some of the country’s best, we also purchased another 50 to...

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Momos Recipe – Straight From Nepal

Momos Recipe – Straight From Nepal


Posted By on Apr 2, 2015

Last updated: 12/13/16Momos: fun to say, and even more fun to eat. While we’ve tried our share of dumpling-like foods around the world, Nepalese momos are definitely one of our favorites. The filling can range from spiced meat to cheese to vegetables, and they can be steamed, fried, or steamed and then pan fried. The dipping sauces they’re served with are equally varied- I don’t think we had the same sauce twice!...

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