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5 Spring Culinary Destinations in America That Will Make You Addicted

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Culinary tourism is one of the best ways to be chosen as your perfect spring culinary destinations. So, let’s talk about a culinary in America. Indeed, American cuisine is similar to a culinary in other Western countries.

Wheat is a grain commonly used as a main cereal. Traditional American cuisine uses original ingredients, such as turkey, venison, potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, pumpkin, and maple syrup. These foods are consumed by Native Americans and early European settlers.

5 Spring Culinary Destinations in America That Will Make You Addicted

Traveling to a number of cities in America is really pleasure. Not only there are many tourism attractions, but also there are many delicious culinary delights. So, let’s check this out!

1. Toad Hill Maple Farm

As the largest maple planter and processing plant, Toad Hill Maple Farm offers a rewarding experience for you as a tourist.

Maple leaves itself synonymous with autumn, the tree is found in Europe, America and East Asia. Even in Japan there is “Momojigari” which is a tradition to witness the change of maple leaf’s color when it falls.

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Besides the attractive of leaf color, it turns out the trees and fruits contain many benefits. The resulting wood has a distinctive curve shape, in addition to be used as a material for making the musical instruments, it can also be used as table, chair and other furnitures. The fruit can be drank as a fresh and healthy syrup.

2. North Jersey

North Jersey is the most halal hawker center for Muslim tourists in New Jersey. The area is always crowded by Muslim travelers who come to visit and enjoy the culinary.

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In the nineteenth century, North Jersey was the center of silk production that over time evolved into the settlement of immigrants from Spain and Arabia. So it’s no wonder, if the majority of New Jersey residents are citizens of Middle Eastern descent.

Some of the famous halal restaurants there are Kabab Paradise, Al Basha, Ameen`s, and Mamoun`s Falafel.

3. Fuzzy Guppies, New York

Fuzzy Guppies is located between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake, in Waterloo Harbor Camp Grounds, Waterloo, New York. This place is also a favorite location for tourists who want to do various water sports activities.

Facilities at Fuzzy Guppies are relatively complete, one of them is a food and beverage store. Here, you can try various food at River Park Grille.

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Sister company of Fuzzy Guppies provides culinary menus that must be able to shake your tongue. Moreover, the views of Seneca and Cayuga Lake makes River Park Grille can be the perfect location for a romantic dinner.

4. San Diego

When you’re in San Diego, the thing that’s on your mind is Mexican cuisine, because of the city geographical location close to the border. However, San Diego is much influenced by Asian culture. Kearny Mesa is a home that houses the San Diego Asian community.

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This community has a diverse range of businesses represented from various Asian cultures, such as China, Korea, Vietnam, and Thailand. Here, you can choose one of these dishes. Korean food at Convoy Tofu House is a must-try menu, especially the tofu stews menu.

You should also try the Manna Korean BBQ which serves all you can eat menu. The menus here feature all traditional Korean dishes, ranging from bulgogi, beef tongue, pork to ribs of Korean BBQ beef.

5. Richmond

From traditional cuisine to elegant French food, Richmond has all these culinary. One of the most prominent restaurants in the city is Metzger Bar and Butchery. The restaurant serves some German dishes, starting from chicken schnitzel to potato rosti or traditional German dishes with pork.

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The restaurant is established by Chef Brittanny Anderson, a Richmond resident who has a culinary education at Blue Hill Stone Barns and Northern Spy Food Co. in New York City. He plays a very important role in this successful restaurant.

Don’t miss to try a toast at Sub Rosa Bakery or taste a piece of New Zealand-style cake from Proper Pie Company.

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