Epicure & Culture was started in November 2012 with the goal of helping people explore the world through food, drink, people and culture. The articles, photographs and videos you’ll find throughout the online magazine were created with travelers in mind, whether you’re a full-time nomad, one week per year vagabond or curious armchair traveler.
While there is an emphasis on cuisine, don’t expect to find recipes for 5-minute meatloaf or sugar-free chocolate chip cookies. That is, unless these recipes relate in someway to the culture of a place, an artisanal business or will help people to better explore a destination. Moreover, don’t come here if you’re looking for any generic “10 best” or “10 things to do in” posts, as any roundups we do focus on delving into specific facets of a place. If you love immersive narratives that take you on epicurious journeys, stories that bring you on explorations of discovery, guides that enlighten you on a city’s culture and stunning video and photography – including #FoodPorn – then you’ve come to the right place. We hope you enjoy your epicurious and cultural journey.
About The Editor
Jessica Festa was born and raised in New York. Curious by nature, she has traveled all over the world. Some of her experiences include studying and working in Australia, teaching English in Thailand, orphanage work in Ghana, backpacking Europe and South America, touring through South East Asia and China, road tripping through the United States and much more. She enjoys experiencing a place at ground level, especially when it involves eating typical foods and drinking local libations.
To learn more about Jessica, you can check out the following interviews at:
As Seen On
Along with editing Epicure & Culture and Jessie on a Journey, Jessica’s work has appeared in:
The Daily Meal
The Matador Network
A Luxury Travel Blog
Europe Up Close
Europe a la Carte
Long Island Pulse
You can contact Jessica via social media or use the contact form below.
Facebook: Jessie Festa