Food Destinations sneak peek

fdshinybuttonblue.jpgOne of the best things about hosting, or participating in, a food blogging event that it can lead you to blogs that you've never encountered before. Such an entry came in just this morning, from Hungary via Belgium. Chili & Vanilla is written by Zsofi, who is from Hungary but currently lives in Belgium. Most of her blog entries are in Hungarian so chances are I'd have never run into her site if she hadn't sent in this lovely entry for Food Destinations 2 about visiting the Budapest Central Market with her fellow expatriate Danielle, who lives in the U.S.

Incidentally, a couple of people have emailed asking about writing about a general food or local market that's not specifically a greenmarket - that is of course fine!

You still have 3 more days to visit your local market and tell your own market story! Don't forget about the prize either, a copy of Julia Child's autobiography, My Life in France!

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