The Beauty of Food Photo Series

The #FriFotos topic this week was at first a bit of a challenge for me: DISHES. But then in a sudden epiphany I realized that this afforded me the perfect opportunity to highlight some of my favorite meals from around the world. What follows are just a handful of the many delicious dishes I have found on my travels. What are some great dishes you’ve enjoyed around the world?

Poutine in Quebec
Liege Waffle
Traditional waffle in Belgium
The World – An Appetizer at Spain’s famous El Celler de Can Roca Restaurant


Lunch in a basket – organic eating on Maui
Spanish food
Pintxos in Girona, Spain


Cape Malay spices
Cape Malay cooking class in Cape Town
Olive paste: Black olive gazpacho at El Celler de Can Roca Restaurant in Spain
Saskatoon Berry Pie
Rhubarb coffee cake in Napa Valley
Rhubarb coffee cake in Napa Valley


Luang Prabang dessert
Fancy dessert in Luang Prabang, Laos
Fried Spam Musubi
Fried Spam Musubi


Delicious ful in Jordan


Yummy Tonkatsu in Hawaii
Morel parmentier at El Celler de Can Roca Restaurant in Spain
Plate of hand-picked mushrooms
Palate cleanser
A plate full of love – BBQ
Something fancy
Something else fancy
Conch fritters in the Bahamas
Pizza in Italy
Shawarma and fries
Goose a la royale at El Celler de Can Roca Restaurant in Spain
My favorite meal anywhere in the world – Steak and fries at a classic bistro

By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer.

8 thoughts on “The Beauty of Food Photo Series”

  1. I wish I hadn’t seen these photos now . . . I’m drooling all over my laptop! Beautifully photographed and presented, Matt. They all look delicious, but with a sweet tooth the Luang Prabang dish gets my vote.

  2. I’m a huge fan of steak frite anywhere as well. Some of my favourites include L’Express in Montreal and Pastis in New York!

  3. Best part of this post? Looking at the dishes and remembering sharing so many of those experiences with you. Also, if I had to choose upon pain of death: steak and frites = probably my favorite meal too :)

    Lovely photos, Matt!!

  4. My favorite meal abroad… Hm… Difficult to say.
    My favorite drink definitely was the white chocolate milk with blueberries and yogurt shake in Dusseldorf.
    And for a meal… I actually loved the breakfasts my friend and I made while in Loas Angeles.
    Musli, nuts, fresh fruit, yogurt, a cup of tea… And all of that in the sunshine.
    What more could one want?

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