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Tasty Tuesday Travel Tour

Touring the World Through Food Every Week

Chinese Halibut

What is a Tasty Tuesday Travel Tour? If you love travel like I do, you are probably feeling a little tense right now. When can we go? Where will be able to go? And when? And where? AND WHEN?

Okay, take a deep breath. We all need to stay safe. I’m doing a few “staycations” around my region, and trying to be patient and wait.

One thing I have started as a way to help me get through this lull in travel is my new series on YouTube called Tasty Tuesday. Each week I’m presenting a new and delicious dish I’ve learned to make on my travels. You can join me every Tuesday and travel around the world with me through food. It’s a Tasty Tuesday Travel Tour! And it’s free!

Follow me on YouTube and let’s travel through our taste buds!!! Here is a link to this week’s TASTY TUESDAY.

Thanks for all your love and support. Be safe my friends and enjoy TASTY TUESDAY TRAVEL TOUR!!

See all the previous Tasty Tuesday’s here.

Watch for a blog next Friday all about Wild Caught Alaskan White Fish. See our previous blog about Wild Caught Alaskan Salmon here.

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  • Reply Michael Söhlke

    Please don‘t be too American since I believe there are also other nationalities reading your blog. So there is more than just imperial / american measurements, e. g. the metric system. There are also great apps for conversion tasks like „imperial Cook“ and „Cook“ for iOS. And maybe you also have ideas of other regions with great fish to buy – not everyone e. g. in Europe can easily buy fresh Alaskan salmon… – besides that: Tasty Tuesday is a great idea, keep it coming!

    July 21, 2020 at 9:07 am
  • Reply Beth Judson

    That looks yummy! I am going to try that tonight!

    July 21, 2020 at 9:12 am
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