Rosanna Flavorful Journeys Food Blogger

About Flavorful Journeys

I’ve always been fascinated with other cultures and places, because I crave new, unique experiences. For what are we, if not the sum of our experiences? Around the world, our lives are shaped by the rituals of cooking and eating—so much can be shared through a meal. I’d like to share my tastes of the world with you!

My blog will immerse you in exotic cuisines, allowing you to explore the world through food. International cuisines may seem intimidating, but I’ll be here to guide you through these recipes, explaining the ingredients, techniques, and customs for every dish. Happy travels!

About Rosanna

Rakushu Tea House – Kyoto, Japan - Flavorful Journeys

Rakushu Tea House – Kyoto, Japan

Life has taken me from my hometown in North Florida to Chicago, Atlanta, and now Miami, with many trips in between. I’m an explorer at heart—whether it’s escaping into the wilderness on a backpacking trip, or getting lost in the urban jungle. If there’s an adventure, I chase it. Never let fear get in the way of your dreams!

About Corey

San Gervasio Mayan Ruins – Cozumel, Mexico - Flavorful Journeys

San Gervasio Mayan Ruins – Cozumel, Mexico

Corey is my husband, fellow explorer, and high school sweetheart. Many of the photographs on my blog were taken by him. When he’s not working as an attorney, Corey enjoys hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, and photography. To see more of his work, click here.

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6 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Rosanna!
    I am Anne’s sister. I hope that you and Corey are doing well! I am looking forward to following your blog!

    • Hi Bonnie,
      Thanks for checking out my site! I’m glad you like it. I’m a huge fan of tea, from English afternoon tea to dim sum. I’m so glad I discovered your blog; you have so many recipes I’m looking forward to trying. 🙂

  2. Wow. I am so impressed with your site! You must call this a labor of love. Pictures are beautiful. Everything is done with a lot of thought and preparation. Looking forward to visiting your site again. Geri Howard

    • Thanks, Geri! Blogging does take a lot of work, but I enjoy it and it’s a fun way to document my cooking adventures. I’m glad you like my site and I look forward to hearing from you in the future.

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