A great connoisseur of food once said people who love to eat are always the best people; Julia Childs did not only love to eat food, but she learned to cook them too. She learned to make delectable dishes that were centered around differed cultures and shared the knowledge she had gained of how to prepare these dishes with audiences around the world.
Just as Julia learned to cook with the master chefs of various cuisines, so can you!
Not only will you treat your taste buds to a gastronomic journey of discovering the cuisines that make up this world that is so greatly filled and influenced by great food and wine, but you will be able to encourage all your senses to appreciate the way of life of the people associated with the food as well as the time and energy they put into making it while you learn to cook and indulge in your handy work.
Your culinary and wine tour will cause you to want to know more about people and their culture. Your tour guide will take you to the best places on and off the map to experience the rich, untouched by modernization, local and freshly prepared foods of your tour destination. These are places that you might not otherwise have come across. You will become cognizant of the way you have been preparing your own meals at home and where your methods would have originated from and begin to appreciate food and wine even more.
A culinary and wine tour is always best in small groups; as Michael Broadbent, a popular British wine critic and Master of wine said, “drinking good wine, with good food in good company is one of life’s most civilized pleasures. When you plan your next culinary and wine tour with Journey of Discovery, your taste buds, eyes, heart, memories and tummy will love you for it.