En 2009 emprendió un viaje alrededor del mundo que aún no ha terminado y, que registra a través de su cuenta de Instagram para recordar cada momento a través de la comida.
Cada imagen tiene la misma composición; es tomada con su mano derecha mientras sostiene algún alimento con la izquierda. Vinos, cocteles, platos fuertes, dulces, postres y comidas típicas son capturados con increíbles fondos del lugar en el que está.
#GirlEatWorld Empanadas at Mallorca, Spain 🇪🇸 by my friend @sceetheworld. Empanadas is a savory pastry with various fillings like meat (but of course), veggies and potatoes. Though it is said to be originated from Portugal 🇵🇹, it's also very popular in Spain, latin american countries and even my home country Indonesia 🇮🇩 thanks to Portuguese colonization. But going back to the origin, empanadas is said to have been influenced by samosas from India through Portuguese colony in Goa. I can definitely see the similarity and am super fascinated by how food have traveled and transformed around the world!
Hie dijo a Bored Panda, que en 2013, viajó sola por primera vez a países como Alemania, Bélgica, Austria, República Checa, en los que probó deliciosos platos que sentía que debía compartir y recomendar a viajeros de todo el mundo.
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Fue así como inició con el proyecto ‘Girl eat world’ (chica se come el mundo), a través del cual crea delicadas composiciones fotográficas llenas de color que captan la esencia cultural gastronómica de países como Jordania, Japón, Australia, Grecia, Bruselas, Estados Unidos y otros que dan ganas de visitar por su comida e increíbles paisajes.
I'm going to Jordan 🇯🇴 with @visitjordan in two days! Here is a #GirlEatWorld by @sceatheworld at the desert of Wadi Rum when she went a few months ago. This is Ma'amoul, aka Dates cookies that are very popular in Levantine countries such as Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria. The thousands of palm trees around the desert of Jordan results in great varieties of dates, from blonde to dark to the almighty Majdool date, the king of all dates. I can't wait to explore Amman, Jerash, the Dead Sea, Dana, and of course, the majestic Petra!! I have also been dilligently watching @migrationology's Jordan foodlogs on youtube too to prepare myself for all the delicious Jordanian cuisine ☺️
⛩🇯🇵🍦 A modern take of the well-loved, fish-shaped Taiyaki from a food market at Fushimi Inari in Kyoto by @op.118. Taiyaki normally contains red bean paste or custard cream, but this parfait one has whipped cream, chocolate pocky stick, green tea paste and red bean paste as well as crunchy cereal inside! Follow @op.118 who is currently touring through Japan. — On a separate note, I have been refreshing my Japanese knowledge using @iknowjp app which teaches you daily japanese vocabularies on-the-go through fun quizzes and games. Knowing these vocabularies has been extremely helpful for me on this trip! Since I have been having such a great experience with iknow.jp, I'm happy to share a free trial using the code ➡️🔹girleatworld16🔹⬅️. When you sign up at their website www.iknow.jp using this coupon code, you will get 1 month of free unlimited use so you can try it for yourself too! Coupon expires on May 15! #notsponsored #icecreamking #icecream #eeeeeats
Happy Australia Day to my aussie friends! 🇦🇺🎆 #tbt to that time i nearly got attacked by seagulls in front of Sydney Opera House 😅 That's the authentic Sydney experience! Coincidentally i've been writing long overdue posts and reminiscing about the great time I had in Australia last year. Check them out at my travel blog over at 🚩 www.girleatworld.net 🚩 I'm not even close to being done – there are still so much more to come! Alice springs, uluru, sydney and melbourne… It was an amazing trip ☺️
#GirlEatWorld by @jerricatan at the beautiful Marina Bay waterfront in Singapore. She is having the $1.20 ice cream sandwich you can get from the street vendors here. They originally come as a long block and hand-cut to about 1" thickness, then served between two wafers or a piece of bread! A lot of people think its weird but I actually like the bread. I can't resist one whenever i pass by an ice cream uncle 😍 you can also get them in unusual flavors like durian (yum) or corn!
Ang Koo kuih, a nyonya cake made of glutinous rice. "Nyonya" is the term for women in chinese malaysian culture, which means this cake was brought to Malaysia through the influence of Chinese immigrants. Traditionally the cakes are red-colored and filled with mung beans – hence the name "ang koo" which means red tortoise, illustrating the shape of the cake which resembles tortoise shell. 🐢🔴 However the ones i found on Armenian street in Penang are not only rainbow colored, they are also filled with different flavors! I forgot what's what (they were mango, coconut brown sugar, red bean and original mung bean) but my favorite was the coconut brown sugar one! I have always seen this cake in Indonesia too but never knew what it was called 😅. Ang koo kuih was traditionally eaten for special full moon festivities but can now be commonly found in markets. ❤️💛💙💚 #GirlEatPenang