On a recent trip to Paris, I had an epiphany. It wasn’t one of those sudden, paradigm-shifting epiphanies, mind you, this one has been brewing for quite some time now – but it took the magic of travelling alone in one of the most beautiful cities in the world for me to arrive at the conclusion.
I am, by definition, a foodie.
It didn’t take me by surprise, as I have a self professed love of all things food related. Be it eating, cooking, reading and learning, aspiring. The enjoyment of good food permeates every decision I make. Although I hate the term, “foodie” along with its negative connotations, I really should just admit it.
As I was also thinking about this blog and its future during my recent travels, I realized that there is room here to share my travel stories. This is because the way I travel is very much based on my quest for mighty good eats not only at home but abroad.
I want to share with you the secrets of croissant making gleaned from a Parisian school, where I met a very cool blogger from the US, Nurse Barb, and other ladies who enjoyed good food like I do. And the joy of meeting David Lebovitz on the same day!
Rejuvenated from having travelled to a food capital of the world, I am excited to open a new chapter at Mighty Good Eats on travelling as a vegetarian!