On the final leg of her trip, Sarah battles food fatigue in Auckland and Zurich, before wishing there was more time to eat her way through the snack bars and bakeries of Venice.
Christine Stephenson is a friend of NOSHtrekker and a passionate, dynamic and committed woman. She shares her childhood memory of eating crab curry in Bangalore in 1978 and how she translates the experience today.
On the second half of her trip, Sarah heads to the Northern Mariana Islands and Okinawa, Japan. In store are unexplored flavours, bad hotel buffet breakfasts and a variety of seaweed.
On an itinerary of short transits, Sarah makes the most of her time on her first stop at Narita International Airport. On the menu is sushi, unagi and crispy ice-cream sandwiches from a local convenience store.
Author and marketing and creative consultant Linda Locke recounts her time travelling through Iran, watching an eclipse with Neil Armstrong and the exotic and delicious food memories that are best left to memory.
Andrew Gaul lands in Zanzibar and is introduced to a seafood feast that takes up an entire city block. His meal is curated by a "buyer" who appears with delicious delights from red snapper to skewers of octopus and calamari.
Tahnya recalls what she ate while studying in Switzerland in 1989. On the menu was les moules marinières, paper thin pizza with prosciutto and chilli oil, pain au chocolat, chicken salad and steak tartare.
You don't need to be told that the first step to enjoying food tours is to go with an open mind, but there are a few small ways to enhance the experience of your upcoming food adventure.
With so many varieties of noodles to choose from and so many different dishes to make with them, knowing your ramen from your rice noodles is essential for any foray into Asian cooking.
In our final instalment with Cheryl Yuen of Le Creuset, she recounts a wonderful meal in Spain, and tells travellers to head to Chinatown and Sungei Road to get an authentic taste of Singapore.