Eat

Eating great food with great company is good for the soul.

 

One of the keys to good health is eating foods that are in their natural state or whole foods. Food that hasn't been manipulated, not processed, has no chemicals, artificial flavours or colours added. Nothing makes my mouth water more than wonderful fresh organic foods that come straight from nature as God intended.   

 

As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N.) I am always seeking out the best shops and places to fill our basket and bellies with wonderful healthy foods. I have been known to have the odd basket of chips with malt vinegar and perhaps a local burger but I try to, if possible, eat organic locally sourced meats (on occasion), veggies, loaves of bread, with organic butter and grains whenever we can. I don't have much of a sweet tooth and haven't consumed processed sugar for over twenty years, although I do eat local honey, mostly in cups of tea. 

 

I am very excited, as we travel, to explore how different cultures prepare their local foods and traditional dishes. Seeking out farm fresh delights will be my quest. 

November 6, 2017

Coming to Ireland may conjure up images of cozy pubs, rolling green hills, dramatic ocean cliffs, Irish dancers and delicious comfort food! Oh did I forget a wee pint of Guinness. We found a perfect place for some cold weather yumminess... "The Pie Maker" in the heart...

October 31, 2017

Ok, once in a while you get a craving for a juicy burger. Now some would tell you that it's not really you craving that beefy patty with cheese, but the bacteria living inside your gut. Either way, whether or not it is truly me or not, The Burgatory is the place to go...

October 26, 2017

No matter where you travel, there are always delightful, tasty foods from other cultures within one area of any given city. So when we needed a break from the starch-based local fare we were lucky enough to find a little gem called "The Noodle House." It is on Middle S...

October 20, 2017

Restaurants exude atmospheres as people do. A grumpy person, a happy person – their presence can shift the mood of the room. As we walked down the picturesque streets of Cork, I spied the large windows of a restaurant that was sharing its atmosphere with the city. It l...

October 14, 2017

Cork, the foodie capital of Ireland.

Ok, one of the most challenging things about travelling is refraining from eating the sumptuous foods that you know will slow down the digestive process. But really they have some amazing cheeses and fresh breads here!  And the Engl...

October 4, 2017

SWEET SURPRISES ON OUR DOORSTEP

As we travel, I always make it a habit to scope out where we can pick up local food items, organic produce, homemade breads that don't contain things like E471, E481 Calcium propionate ( a mould inhibitor) or emulsifiers. It is even more...

September 17, 2017

Beginning our continuing adventure as Digital Nomads, we make first call to Tracey's family in England. Back to the village of her birth.

Our favourite pub in Finchingfield, England is The Fox, with it's home cooked meals of true quality and of course the feel that you...

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Mark and Tracey - Living the life of Digital Nomads and sharing from their hearts. Follow along with us on the road that is perhaps less traveled... that of unconditional love.

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