A Taste for Travel is where all things food and tourism intersect. Learn how to survive hostels as an introvert, travel through the Nordic Food Lab in Copenhagen without purchasing a plane ticket, experience the tastes of Tomorrowland. Here, we feature international and national content that is separate from our issue's featured city.
One writer’s personal experience foraging in urban Copenhagen turned her into a modern day food nomad.
Meet Gleaner’s Kitchen 2.0: The Genome Collective—a housing cooperative that started in the wake of Gleaner’s Kitchen, a dumpster-diving community food hub.
In an open-aired stadium filled with thousands of people in the middle of Boom, Belgium, EDM enthusiasts from around the world meet to celebrate Tomorrowland—an iconic music festival that hosts DJs from around the world. It’s all to offer the most well-rounded experience to people from around the world.
Plane tickets to Europe are expensive. If your heart says Paris but your wallet says continental United States, you've still got options for some French flair in a smaller and more affordable city: Atlanta.
Every traveler is different. Some love solo travel, while others embrace group trips. Before agonizing over preferred travel routes, AirBnB specials, and TripAdvisor results, take time to mentally prepare before embarking on your next adventure. Ask yourself these important (but often overlooked) questions to learn how you travel best.
Balancing introversion with the social life of hostels isn’t easy, but this is how I navigated 20-bed dorm rooms as an extroverted introvert.
The meal is never finished. The experiment is never finished. One is constantly tinkering, improving, and modifying because there’s always more to be had in search of the next best thing. It’s a symptom of an everlasting madness that’s been the heart of the Nordic Food Lab in Copenhagen.