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Linda Walker

Travel Foodie

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"There is no love sincerer than the love of food". (George Bernard Shaw)

My passion for food began as a student, when I spent time with a wealthy French family on the Cote D'Azure. We dined out regularly and I learned to appreciate new produce and different methods of preparation – what an introduction this gave me to "foreign food".

Since that time, my palate has learned to savour the dishes of a world table. I have sampled the culinary delights of over 60 countries worldwide, from street food in the Caribbean and Asia, to Tapas in Spain and her former colonies, fine wines and haute cuisine throughout Europe, hamburgers in the US, steaks in Argentina, the spices and heart warming dishes of India and the sub continent and more …

The joy of savouring traditional fare with local beverages has never left me, and the exciting changes of fusion food that bring together ingredients, widely separated by geography and culture, just feeds my passion.


Linda's Been There Done That

  • Haggled and cooked sardines on the Algarve Coast
  • Eaten Durian, the forbidden fruit, in Southeast Asia
  • Sampled Gary Rhodes milky white tomato soup in Dubai
  • Sipped champagne in both the tallest and longest bars in the world
  • Did regular tastings for a chef who opened a fusion restaurant in trendy Queens Park

Recent articles by Linda

  • 02 Apr 2014
  • Travel Advice
Flavours of the world

My favourite eateries in Plettenberg Bay, the jewel of the Garden Route

A drive along South Africa's Garden Route drive will bring you to the delights of Plettenberg Bay, a stunning coastal resort with forests and glorious beaches. From extreme activities, wildlife experiences and excellent shopping, to tasting hand crafted wines, Plett has it all. Add to this simple mouth watering cuisine and you'll have a holiday to remember.
  • 25 Mar 2014
  • Travel Advice
Flavours of the world

Where to eat in South Africa's Gourmet Capital

Decisions, decisions, decisions - that's the problem when visiting the delightful village of Franschhoek, reputed to be the gourmet capital of South Africa. The setting is perfect, tucked away in the most idyllic valley in the Cape, with magnificent mountains towering above. Where better to sample tempting culinary delights, accompanied by South Africa's finest wines?
  • 22 Feb 2014
  • Travel Advice
Flavours of the world

Escape the all-inclusive resort and enjoy some tasty treats in Cancun

Holidays for me reach beyond the grounds and facilities of a hotel, even those offering the very best of everything. I love to escape and see what's going on locally and in one of the Caribbean's most popular destinations, Cancun, there's plenty going on. Restaurants and bars compete with sumptuous offerings from the luxury hotels, and provide culinary delights to enjoy, beyond the hotel complex.
  • 17 Feb 2014
  • Travel Advice
Flavours of the world

A taste to remember in Miami's Wine and Food Festival

February is the month of food extravaganza in Florida's hottest beach city. It's the time to celebrate food and wine while basking in the ever-present Miami sunshine, and on this post I've taken the opportunity to tell you all about it. As a past participant of this fabulous festival, I'll let you in all the details and tips on what not to miss and where to go if you happen to be around Miami during this flavourful and tastefully joyful time.
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