For all you foodies

DATELINE: Buenos Aires

Greetings from Argentina where I’m wrapping up some market updates for Latin America. As many of you know, I’m a foodie by heart. My recent business travel across Latin America, Europe and Asia allowed me to sample some amazing new dishes— as well as some twists on my old favorites. As you’ll see from the pictures and descriptions below, I had a blast eating my way around the globe. Enjoy!

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Brazilian churrasco at Fogo de Chao in Sao Paulo.

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Bacon and Blue Cheese Burger in Dublin. Talk about a mouthful!

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Morning Glory with Garlic and Chilies in Thailand.

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3 types of Sausage with Sauerkraut in Berlin.

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Steamed Fish with Lemongrass in Thailand served on a fish-shaped platter.

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Durian Chips.. not a favorite of everyone. Click on the photo to see a hilarious video that explains why.

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Dessert Time! The BEST Bread and Butter Pudding in Dublin.

Comments (3)

Norman (Long Beach, California, United States):

You may become the next Anthony Bourdain with all the travel and culinary adventures that you do, there is nothing like it, this is living!

Trent (Dublin, Ireland):

Where'd you eat in Dublin? :) That Bread & Butter Pudding looks amazing!

Always read the blog a lot and rarely comment - keep them coming - it's thoroughly enjoyable to read :)

Ed (Dublin):

Randy, I cant believe that you came all the way to Dublin and ordered a burger!! Hope you enjoyed the trip, I enjoy meeting American visitors, they are great people! PS its a pity we don't get to see enough 777s or 747s at Dublin airport.

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