Gwen Pratesi is a James Beard Foundation Award Finalist in Journalism and an award-winning food and travel writer. She is the coauthor and owner of PratesiLiving.com, coauthor of Southern Heat with Chef Anthony Lamas, and co-owner with her husband of On the Road Culinary Adventures, a culinary travel business. Gwen has been featured on numerous websites and in newspapers, including Gourmet.com, Bon Appétit.com and FineCooking.com, the LA Times, HuffPost Taste, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. She has also been a speaker at food and writing conferences in the Southeast. She is a bimonthly contributor to U.S. News & World Report, freelances for various online and other publications such as SheKnows.com and WTravelMagazine.com, and chronicles her love of international travel and experience as a professional home cook on PratesiLiving.com, where she shares the stories of some of the world's most sought after destinations, highly regarded chefs, farmers, and wine and spirits producers. She and her husband reside in Atlanta, Georgia with their Tibetan Terrier, Beamer.
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A taste of Europe is not as far away as you may think. With much shorter flights than the long-haul routes across the pond, the Canadian province of Quebec offers […]
How to travel in today’s volatile world when there’s so much hype and not always the facts.
“Virginia is for lovers” has long been the state’s tourism tagline. With its lush, rolling hills in the Shenandoah Valley and shimmering waters along its coastal regions, Virginia is definitely […]
Have you ever traveled to a place where you felt as though you’d left a piece of yourself behind once you’ve returned home? A place that captured your heart and […]
With the warm and longer days signaling a return of spring, many of us are thinking about summer travel plans and unique places to visit that offer memorable experiences. Summer […]
I love when we travel to a destination and discover it far exceeds our expectations, but am disappointed when we realize the stay is far too short to experience all […]
The south is getting a lot of attention when it comes to food and travel. There are the obvious culinary destinations, like New Orleans and Charleston, but cities often not […]
The Guinness Storehouse® is the largest tourist attraction in Ireland and in fact, the most popular in Europe, according to a recent survey. If you’re a Guinness devotee (or even […]
When we set out on our travels to Ireland, we had visions of dining on Irish Stew and Bangers and Mash accompanied by pints of Guinness. What we discovered, however, […]
Ireland took our breath away. From the power of the Atlantic Ocean crashing onto the shores, to the awe-inspiring Cliffs of Moher rising up from the sea, the idyllic countryside […]
Our recent article, Roadtrip to Ireland, gave an overview of our travel to this beautiful country. Based on our experiences, here are some interesting fun facts about Ireland and tips […]
Ireland is spectacular; at almost every turn along the winding roads there are magnificent vistas and scenery. From sandy beaches in Lahnich in County Clare, to the breathtaking Cliffs of […]
Food is now the number one reason people travel to destinations around the globe. With culinary adventure seeking at its height, hungry and adventurous travelers are looking for extraordinary dining […]
Just a short distance off the coast of Florida awaits a true island paradise. With its swirling shades of brilliant turquoise and deep blue crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, […]
North of Québec City and just an hour and a half away, lies the Charlevoix region of Québec. With its mountains, farmland, rivers, and artisans along the Flavour Trail, this […]
While there are plenty of activities, theater, festivals, and the arts in Montréal, one of the most impressive reasons to visit the city is for their culinary scene.
A vibrant international city with a European feel, Montréal was the last destination on our travels through Québec.
Where to dine when traveling to Québec City – from casual eateries to late night bars.
There’s more to Orlando than amusement parks. We found plenty of activities for couples in search of a romantic weekend. We started our by getting high!
Close to home and yet so European, this is Québec City. Here’s what to do in and around the city in just several days.
You’ll be hearing more about this talented protégé of Gastón Acurio who has brought his Peruvian and Japanese flavors to this exciting restaurant concept in Miami.
This quiet stretch of the Gulf Coast between St. Marks on the Apalachee Bay to Mexico Beach, is known for its pristine beaches, nature preserves, and fishing.
This beautiful luxury property situated on Brickell Key is close to all the activities and nightlife of Miami and South Beach, but you won’t want to leave once you arrive.
The beautiful Silver Whisper offers its guests to the Caribbean an understated elegance, yet luxury experience, with attentive service, spacious stateroom, and top-notch dining.