Traveling and Eating

Two of my most favorite things! Andy and I have always felt that these two go hand in hand. When planning a trip to Wisconsin we started not with our lodging, but where we could find an authentic Supper Club. When we realized we’d be driving through Kansas City on a cross country camping trip our searches weren’t for campgrounds (which would have been smart) it was for BBQ. And after returning from a trip to Crete our history-buff friends asked us how we enjoyed the Minoan Palaces we had to break the news to them that we were too busy eating the local specialty dakos to ever make it to the ruins. 

Without fail during every one of our eating adventures we’ve looked at each other and said “You know who would love this?” and then we’d fill in the blank with any number of our friends or family who we knew would enjoy the local dishes just as much as we had. Turns out our friends were doing the very same thing. Our good buddies Andy and Liz have been sending us postcards from their own culinary adventures for years, and we’ve saved every single one of them. Food has the power to take you to a whole different place - even if it’s just a few sentences on the back of a postcard. 

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And so, after many adventures and many full bellies later we are so happy to share our Culinary Travel Postcards with you. We designed them to leave the maximum amount of space for you to write or draw all of your delicious findings. Or maybe you’re not so delicious findings - they’re your postcards so you get to share whatever you’d like! Sold as a set of 10 and glue bound at the top so you can easily stash them in your bag. Also sold individually in case you’re like “I don’t care about your glue binding I need 100 of these for my 3 month adventure!”. That’s cool too.

No matter where they are, no matter where you are, you can always share your food. Get to sharing: Purchase the Postcards right here on our site!

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And here are some photos below of some of our culinary adventures : 

 A real deal Greek gyro we ate in Greece instead of seeking out ancient temples. It was delicious and the rocks will still be there the next time we go back.

A real deal Greek gyro we ate in Greece instead of seeking out ancient temples. It was delicious and the rocks will still be there the next time we go back.

 Gnocchi in Pienza, Italy. I couldn't tell you a thing about the history of the town, but it was beautiful and the food was aaaamazing.

Gnocchi in Pienza, Italy. I couldn't tell you a thing about the history of the town, but it was beautiful and the food was aaaamazing.

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Julie Morelli