Thank you for stopping by The Winged Fork! Let me introduce myself. I’m the girl who hates worms. Read ‘hates’ as ‘is scared of’. Well, I’m scared of the live ones. The fried ones I found crispy and yummy. So much so that I wrote a blog post about them. It was my first non-work-related post. And then I wrote quite a few more, and that’s how The Winged Fork was born!
I love travel and food, especially going places I’ve never been to eat local cuisines and learn about the culture. And although I can’t travel as much as I want to, I make time to travel as often as possible and love writing about my experiences with people. And naturally, I love food and wine, and have an endless bucket list of places to go to, and experiences I want to write about. If you must know, my favorite things are nice rainy days, the smell of cakes in the oven, playing in the snow, glasses of wine, and dark chocolate. You can read more about me and my friends here.
Traveling has changed my perception of life in many ways. I hope reading some of the posts do that for you too. There’s an entire world out there to discover. So come on an adventure with us!
And PS, if you’re here for our recipes, there are more than enough to drool over!
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A delightful cake made of sweet pitted dates and crunchy walnut pieces, the Date and Walnut Cake is often made for Christmas, special events, and birthdays. Easy to make at home, this traditional East Indian version from Mumbai is a much sought after Christmas delicacy!
The traditional East Indian stuffing for Christmas meals consist of a chicken liver and bread pudding that’s stuffed into the chickens’ cavity before roasting. Here’s how to make this delicious homemade liver stuffing that’s sometimes called a giblet stuffing.
So simple and easy to cook, the purple yam called kand or konfal is a tasty healthy snack or appetizer. Sprinkled with a bit of salt and pepper this tuber makes a perfect vegetarian starter to any meal! No wonder it’s called Indian cheese!
Kul-Kuls are a traditional East Indian sweet made around Christmas time! This sugary shell shaped treat made by most Indian Christian households is a great option for a sweet exchange with family and friends!
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Mousuni Island, West Bengal is an offbeat destination to visit in India. Find out how to get to Mousuni Island and what to do there from Ruma of The Holiday Story
Perfectly situated on Costa del Sol in southern Spain, Fuengirola is a popular tourist destination, with a whole fusion of amazing food experiences. Here’s where to eat vegan food in Fuengirola, Spain by Linn of Easy Way to Vegan.
This little historic town of Niagara-on-the-lake has got to be my favourite city in Ontario. There is so much history in this town from the war of 1812, but the best part is discovering the food at different restaurants in Niagara on the Lake.
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