Food Travel

Iwould love to be able to travel the world and become a travel writer but I don’t think that will happen anytime soon. I think there are some folks out there, such as travel foodie’s like Chantal Royer,¬†that have cornered the market on that one! But I can blog about my little jaunts, oh yes I can! Of course my posts are mostly food travel based. So if you are anywhere near any of the places I write about, drop in on them and say, “Big Red Kitchen sent me.” And they will say, “Who?”

Big Red Kitchen
Big Red Kitchen Tour
Life in BRK
Big Red Kitchen’s Summer 2010 Recap

Boston
Boston Day Trip #1- Newbury Street and Fenway Park
Boston Day Trip #2- Faneuil Hall and the Italian North End
Boston Day Trip #3- East Boston to Revere and Beyond
Good Food Hunting in Revere, MA: The Best Torrone, Bread and Pastries
Boston’s Italian North End
Mike’s v. Modern’s Cannoli Throwdown
Boston’s North End’s Best Cannoli- Maria’s Pastry
Boston Marathon of the Eating Kind

Florida
Keys

Washington State
Salmon Bake- Lakeside Bible Camp, Whidbey Island, Washington
Island Angel Chocolates- Whidbey Island, Washington
Sipping Chocolate- Island Angel Chocolates

Virginia
Crest Hill Antiques Tea Room- The Plain, Virginia
Penzeys- Falls Church, Virginia
Lakeside Cafe: Boasting Salvadorian Favorites- Reston
Eating a Rainbow-Yellow: Lakeside Cafe’s Platanos Fritos- Reston
Restaurant Depot- Alexandria
1607 Pie- Jamestown
BRK’s Le Grande Ailoi-Reston’s Lake Anne

Oregon
The Little House Beyond the Iron Gate
Cannon Beach

Washington D.C.
The White House Christmas Tour
Inauguration: The White House Website
The German Embassy

Egypt
Guest Post by Maggie Repp- Baid Mutajjan- Fried Hard-boiled Eggs

Puerto Rico
Why I went to Puerto Rico

2 Comments

  1. avatar Sharon L.
    Posted 12/02/2012 at 8:34 AM | Permalink

    Robin Sue, Hi. I came across your website from a pin on Pintrest. I just wanted to say that I really enjoy your stories and recipies. I made some chocolate peanut butter bars this morning and they are wonderful. I was reading your story under the Tea and Toast recipe. It made me stop and realize that I need to relax and enjoy the precious time I have with my 18 month old. Time is flying by and I need to stop and smell the roses. I also wanted to mention that I read your story about your CrossFit journey. I am really excited to hear how it has changed your life and made such an impact on you. I am also going through a finess journey. It was encouraging to hear that sometimes we lose inches before we notice a difference on the scale. Right now, I guess you could say that is where I am at. I am so glad I came across Big Red Kitchen today. I will be making more recipes whenever time allows. They all look so tasty. Thanks for sharing yourself and your food ideas! Keep up the good work and may God continue to bless you and your family.

    Sincerely,

    Sharon L.

    • avatar Robin Sue
      Posted 12/02/2012 at 2:52 PM | Permalink

      Hi Sharon,
      Yes enjoy your baby- someone said the days are long but the years are short. That is so true, the days with a baby can feel so long and tiresome at time, but here I am looking at my 15 year old thinking- where did the time go. Very hard to swallow! Good for you on your fitness journey- stick with it and have fun. Don’t look at numbers but go with how you feel, your new energy levels, glowing skin, and sense of well-being. Thanks for dropping by and telling me about yourself!
      Warmly,
      Robin

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