Near New Hampshire, there are plenty of local harvests and culinary traditions which are said to provide a great amount of treats for those who love food. It’s essentially been turned into a numerous amount of experiences which are well themed for those who would consider themselves to be foodies. Many locals and tourists have been driving in to the area in order to participate in events provided by bed and breakfasts, inns, and restaurants. One option that’s particularly worth checking out is the Inn to Inn Herb Tour which occurs during June.
Artisan Cheese Festival
For those who are in California, the Artisan Cheese Festival is in its seventh year and is something that most cheese lovers can’t deny. Over two dozen cheese makers from the area are known to participate, including some companies that make sheep’s cheese in very limited amounts. The festival also features around half a dozen wineries to ensure that there’s the perfect beverage available for all of the great sampling of assorted cheeses in the area.
Southern Tastes Tour
A great tour provided by Insight Vacations is ideal for those who have a weakness for southern cooking. It begins in Nashville, travels to Graceland, the Presley mansion, and then stays overnight at the Peabody Hotel. There’s a mint julep mixology course provided in Mississippi and a great Cajun cooking class provided in Baton Rouge. Finally, the tour ends with two days spent in New Orleans, making it an ideal option for anyone who wants to enjoy all of the local Cajun and soul food.
Another great opportunity to be experienced can be found in rural France. Individuals can have pastries for breakfast, have pate and salads for lunch, and then have a candlelit dinner. There are numerous country picnics and various inns which provide amazing meals. The Loire, Burgundy, and Champagne, are all areas that people can enjoy while dining on some of the finest meals.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable experience, you may want to consider one of the culinary river cruises available in Oregon. Guests are allowed to board a whitewater raft and then the fare for the night is traditional BBQ. Farm dinners are set on picnic trestle tables that are available by the riverside. Most people enjoy the feeling of being outdoors and the adventure theme that accompanies some of the home cooking provided with this great option.
Green chile is a staple for almost every meal that’s eaten in New Mexico. If you’re ever in the area, it’s highly recommended to try some of the many variations of foods that you can pair with this great condiment. In most cases, you’ll find that your best option will be to order a burger with green chile on the side, though there are countless other options available at the local restaurants.
This is just a small sampling of the vacations available to food lovers. For a full list, speak to your travel agent or travel club representative.