What’s your favorite food you’ve tried while traveling?
Teachers who travel have an appetite for adventure—and authentic local cuisine. Some of our intrepid travelers reveal their best bites.
Everything in Rome!
– Audi W.
Steamed buns and scallion pancakes in Chinatown, San Francisco.
– Leo B.
Candy-coated fruits on a stick. Small treat in Japan.
– Amy G.
Clam chowder in Boston!
– Vanessa B.
Bougatsa with honey and nuts on the island of Crete.
– Dawnelle B.
Raclette from a raclettehütte on top of a mountain in Switzerland. We ate outside. The hut was a cow barn during the summer and it smelled like it.
– Melissa V.
Best calamari I’ve ever had was at Clovino Beach in Greece. Also had amazing baklava but I ate it too fast to get a picture.
– Annessa P.
My kids liked the escargot in Paris!
– Erin P.
High tea with clotted cream and scones in Stratford-upon-Avon.
– Vicky S.
Soba noodle soup in Japan.
– Judy H.
Pulled pork, mac and cheese, and baked beans in Nashville! Messy, but so worth it.
– Hannah B.
Guinea pig. Wasn’t my favorite but had to try it in Ecuador!
– Moriah M.
Paella (with prawns, mussels, and chicken) and jamon y melon in Madrid on my EF training tour.
– Amanda T.
Gelato in Rome on a 2018 EF training tour!
– Lyndsay D.
A dish cooked in my host family’s kitchen on a little wood burning stove in Luquina, Peru. I never did figure out what it was, but I ate every last bite and sometimes dream about it.
– Mike C.
Fish and chips in London.
– Tammy G.
Hot chocolate in Florence. It was so thick the spoon was floating.
– Dan C.
Best pizza I’ve ever had was in Arromanches, France. (Sorry, Italy!)
– Denise W.
Moussaka in Greece.
– Heather S.
Shoo-fly pie near Gettysburg. The Amish make the most incredible baked goods.
– Adam S.
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