There’s no better time to celebrate the donut in all its forms than today, National Donut Day—so we’ve rounded up ten of the most decadent, glazed, filled and sugared doughy pastries the world has to offer.
Cuisine is a gateway to culture. Eating like the locals instantly helps you get to know a new country better, and when it comes to those more out-of-your-comfort-zone foods, it's one of the best ways to embrace the unexpected. So we asked a few Go Ahead staff members what local specialities they were surprised to learn they really liked while traveling.
1) Small plates Bites made for sharing are nothing new (Chinese travelers stopped for dim sum-style snacks on the Silk Road way back in ancient times), but there’s no denying that small plates are having a major moment right now. What better way to experience a destination’s cuisine than ordering a whole host of dishes to sample? Taste it: Spain Head to the Iberian Peninsula for the ultimate in leisurely pl
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