Georgian Singers - Polyphonic singing

Georgian Singing – The History of Georgian Polyphonic Singing

Megsy Destinations

There are a few things that Georgia is becoming known/famous for around the world 1. is khachapuri – in particular the adjaruli khachapuri which is a boat-shaped bread filled with cheese, butter, and an egg (but more about that in our food episode).  2. Georgian wine – Georgia is the birthplace of wine after all! But one thing that many people who are yet to visit don’t know about is …

Ilia Chavchavadze – Important People From Georgia (podcast)

Megsy Tbilisi Podcast

Ilia Chavchavadze – Important People From Georgia Below is the script from our Ilia Chavchavadze episode. Please note this text is entirely unedited, or you can listen to the full podcast which is very much edited!  In this episode we are talking about national hero Ilia Chavchavadze We’ll discuss: – his life, growing up as a prince, but that didn’t save him from a life of heart ache. – why …

destination wedding georgia

How to Get Married In Georgia – Our Georgian Wedding in Tbilisi

Megsy Destinations

How to get married in Georgia? This question comes up quite a lot in the foreigners’ groups as people in love want to make their relationships legal. But when they check the internet – most of the information is limited, confusing, or about how to get married in Georgia USA. Frustrating Right? Well, lucky for you Tommo and I were married in Tbilisi in 2018 and can tell you all …

The Dream Menu

Megsy The Dish Podcast

In this double episode, we create our dream menus – A full 4 course meal made up of the best dishes we’ve ever eaten after traveling to 95 countries. Our dream menu special – celebrating reaching our 50th episode of The Dish podcast, is a homage to one of our favourite food comedy podcasts, Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster. On their show, they are joined each week …

Girls Talk Travel podcast

Girls Talk Travel Homepage

Let’s Talk Girl Stuff Join Our Weekly Female Travel Podcast That Explores What It’s Really Like To Travel The World As A Girl. Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Podbean | I Heart Radio | Google Play | Stitcher RSS Feed: https://feed.podbean.com/girlstalktravel/feed.xml Support Our Show: Become a Patreon Email: megsy@foodfuntravel.com /aliceteacake@teacaketravels.com Tag yourself travelling around the world to get featured on our IG account: @girlstalktravel #girlstalktravel Girls Talk Travel …

The Dish Food Travel Podcast With Tommo & Megsy

The Dish The culinary travel podcast focusing on the stories behind world famous foods Join your hosts Tommo & Megsy from foodfuntravel.com & their expert guests as they reveal tasty facts, unknown foodie secrets and more! Watch The Trailer Listen & Subscribe: iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher RSS: https://feeds.captivate.fm/thedish/ Support: Become a Patron | Tweet: @foodfuntravel | Email: megsy@foodfuntravel.com Subscribe today to join our newsletter and get up to date …

Egg Tart History: Pastéis de Nata & The Story of Custard Tarts

Megsy Food, Food History, The Dish Podcast

Egg Tart History: In this article & podcast we explore the history of the Egg Custard tart, and it’s famous Portuguese counterpart, the Pastéis de Nata (Cream Pastry). Who invented the egg tart? Was Portugal first, or did someone else beat them to it?  We also look at egg tarts around Asia – are they based on European egg tarts? Or did they evolve independently? Egg Tart History Podcast (S2E22) …

Eating Tarantula in Phnom penh Cambodia

Edible Spiders: Eating Deep Fried Tarantula In Cambodia (Edible Tarantula)

Megsy Food, The Dish Podcast, Tommo-Eats-Something-Terrible, Video Blogs

Edible Spiders: Can you eat tarantula? Why, yes you can. In this article I’ll be eating spiders in Cambodia (Deep fried tarantulas) – In the capital city, Phnom Penh. Surprisingly, this once hugely common dish has all but disappeared from major cities. We had to do some serious internet research to discover where to chew some tarantulas, without having to go out to rural areas. We finally tracked down a …

History Of Feta Cheese (Greek) vs Bulgarian Cheese (Sirene)

Megsy Food, Food History, The Dish Podcast

In This Article, A History Of Feta Cheese (Greek) vs Bulgarian Cheese (Sirene) and other white brined cheeses of the Balkans and Middle East. Feta cheese is the most famous variety of white brined cheese in the world. However, very similar cheeses have been made around the Balkan region, eastern Mediterranean, middle east and beyond, probably since at least 8000 BC. In this article & podcast episode we explore the …

History of Cuban Sandwich - What’s in a Cuban Sandwich?

History of Cuban Sandwich: Who Invented It? & What’s in a Cuban Sandwich?

Tommo Food, Food History, The Dish Podcast

History Of Cuban Sandwich: When we went to Cuba in 2018 we were actually surprised to learn that you can’t buy a Cuban sandwich on every street corner. That’s why we decided to jump in and discover the history of the Cuban Sandwich: Who Invented It? and What’s in a Cuban Sandwich that makes it truly a Cuban sandwich? Below you’ll find our History of Cuban Sandwich podcast as well …

Where Did Hamburgers Originate – Who Invented The Hamburger?

Megsy Food, Food History, The Dish Podcast

We recently took a weekend trip to Hamburg Germany and it started us wondering where did hamburgers originate and who invented the hamburger? We all know that it’s a dish that was made popular in the United States. But where did it all begin? I’m going to start off by straight up defining what is a hamburger according to the dictionary. So here goes….. Definition of hamburger by merriam-webster.com 1a: …

When Was Lasagna Invented & Where Did Lasagna Originate?

Tommo Food, Food History, The Dish Podcast

History of Lasagne: When was Lasagna Invented & Where Did Lasagna Originate? Is it Italian or is there a more ancient story to the origin of Lasagne? Plus, what is the difference between lasagna and lasagne? In this article & podcast, a look at all the claims for the origin of Lasagne – From Ancient Greece, to England and of course, Italy. What makes a true traditional Lasagne? What ingredients …