This hour on Here on Earth: Radio Without Borders, Jean Feraca and her guests talk about tasty travel for people who love food and adventure.
- Erik Wolf, president and CEO of International Culinary Tourism Association
- Eveleen Coyle, business partner of Fabulous Food Trails, who arranges food trips in Ireland
- James 4/13/07: "My girlfriend and I went on a trip to the west of Ireland, one year ago this month, with Fabulous Food Trails and had a wonderful time. We laughed and learned about Ireland, about food and wines and their preparation, about oysterbeds at an early hour on a raw Irish morn, about fishing from a fishing boat off Clifden, and much more. Our guides were knowledgable and full of mischief Every day was interesting and joyous. The hotels were first class and the food even more so. Everybody had a ball and, after a few days together, were 'friends for life.' In a word, it was a 'hoot'."
- Carol 4/11/07: "I do adore looking at things in foreign supermarkets and when I moved from Ohio to Australia I had to learn the new names for things (bologna is devon) and things available here not common in Ohio. There is so much Asian food widely available in the mass market supermarkets but some things do just not exists here. The seafood and fresh produce are outstanding. But nearly every cut of meat has a different name here which I had to learn and to cultivate a butcher to get what I needed. No bratwurst! No crispy bacon!"