Preparing for your summer vacation? Let your taste buds guide your travels with foodie favorites from around the globe. Discover the best barbecue joints, food festivals, and exotic dishes with outdoor and travel magazines available from EBSCO Mags. Whether you’re going out of town or out of the country, pick the perfect destination this summer with the following food tourism advice from leading travel magazines.

Best Food Travel in the U.S.

1. Hit every culinary hotspot in the U.S. with Travel + Leisure’s list of “America’s Best Cities for Foodies.” From Albuquerque’s spicy fire-roasted green chili to Philadelphia’s classic cheesesteak, Travel + Leisure’s cooks up the top 20 must-eat restaurants. Which city took the top spot? With national awards for their burgers, brunch, and specialty food shops, Houston is the winner by far. If you have a taste for savory entrees and a diverse menus, you’ll want to check out this mouth-watering article.

2. Go back to the basics with National Geographic Traveler’s guide to the five best states with top-tier produce. Vermont heads off the countdown with its wide variety of grade-A cheeses and annual Cheesemaker’s Festival—listed as one of the top 10 summer food festivals in America. July marks the beginning of cherry-picking season in Michigan, which offers some of the best cherry cheesecake and cherry wine in the country. Pick up National Geographic Traveler’s for the full list of delicious local produce. Best Food Travel Abroad

3. From fried ice cream to crèma fritta, Condé Nast Traveler serves up a goldmine of delicious cuisine with “The Best Street Food in Italy.” Wander picturesque Italian streets while sampling one-of-a-kind Sicilian fare with this gastronomic guidebook to the world’s favorite country for food connoisseurs.

4. Discover the best food festivals from around the world with Afar magazine’s recent article “Why Taking A Food Tour While Traveling Might Be The Best Idea Ever.” Soak up the culture and challenge your taste buds with crickets, fish and chips, and other distinctive local dishes from festivals in Mexico City, Saigon, London, and various international cities.

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