Southern African food isn’t better than Sex, but Boy it’s close
I don’t know about anyone else, but food is a big part of why I like to travel. Why do you think we go to France so often? Paris is 2 1/2 hours away by fast train, and yes, we go for the culture and history. But we plan big parts of our visits there around meals. It’s probably been our favorite food destiny, with Italy and Spain as close runners-up.
And then we went to South Africa last November…. Oh. my. God.
Not to mention the wines and craft beers. My last food post was a naughty Valentine’s Day heart. But in some of the next posts I’ll give you pictures of food to feast your eyes on.
Without bread, without wine, love is nothing ~ French proverb
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Broken In: A Novel in Stories was semifinalist for the international 2020 Hawk Mountain Short Story Collection Award and Finalist for Greece’s 2021 Eyelands Book of the Year Award (Short Stories). Tsunami Cowboys was longlisted for the 2019 ScreenCraft Cinematic Book Award. The Trail Back Out was American Book Fest 2020 Best Book Award Finalist: Fiction Anthologies, Runner-Up for the 2021 Top Shelf Award, 2021 IAN Book of the Year Award Short Story Collection Finalist, and awarded a 2021 Wishing Shelf Red Ribbon. The title story The Trail Back Out was longlisted for the 2021 ScreenCraft Cinematic Short Story Award.
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15 thoughts on “Southern African food isn’t better than Sex, but Boy it’s close”
You’ve been a busy lady since last we caught up!
Uwe and I patiently waited for the world to recover from the lockdowns and are finally back to traveling again!
Thats awesome so happy for you! It’s a great way of life, getting to experience new places, cuisines, and things to see and do!
mmmm – your food photos are well done and look so tasty
My husband took the photos but the food was actually even tastier than it looks
After seeing your photos, one is left speechless looking at so much beauty of food and that is why it is said that food and sex have many things in common: they awaken our pleasures, they make us happy and they can even complement each other. Good weekend Jadi and I’m glad you can taste that variety of menu in different countries. Here the expression is valid: “Bocato di Cardinale”.
What a great expression! The Germans say, “To dine like God in France”….
And their meals are worthy of that company.
Yes! Moaning with pleasure!
I marvel when I read of people living in Europe being so close to so many different cultures and cuisines. All in driving or train distance.
South Africa is a long flight but the same time zone as us!
True, I was focussed on your comments about taking a train to France
You’re right – France (and French food) are always worth a train trip!