French_Ricotta_Vegetable_Galette

Galettes are a classic French dish that can be topped with any number of ingredients. Don’t let the thought of making your own dough deter you from making this delicious recipe. This half whole wheat half all-purpose flour dough is both forgiving and easy to make. Feel free to substitute whatever cheese you like in this recipe, and mix and match the veggies.

Paris vegetarian

Paris. The City of Lights. It’s a great place to take in art, history and savor the (arguably?) best wine in the world. But finding a vegetarian restaurant? Not what Paris is necessarily known for, but a recent trip there proved that there are plenty of good vegetarian meals to be had. Here are a few of my favorite vegetarian…

Biking in Cartegena

Going on vacation to a beach town doesn’t mean you have to be a beach bum. In the colorful coastal city of Cartagena, Colombia, for instance, there are many active things to do in between soaking up the sun on Playa Blanca and scarfing down arepas from one of the many street vendors. My husband and I visited Cartagena for the first…

Use the Geneva Pass for a inexpensive way to see Switzerland

Geneva, Switzerland, is often ranked as one of the world’s most expensive cities. However, it’s also considered a great travel destination since it’s near the Swiss Alps, the chocolate it produces has an amazing reputation, and it’s home to the United Nations. As a student traveler, I prioritize places that won’t break my bank. Nevertheless, thanks to some cheap round-trip…

Vietnamese_summer_roll_salad

Traditionally served as a roll wrapped in rice paper, this Vietnamese classic tastes just as good in a simple to assemble salad. Naturally gluten free rice noodles serve as the base for lots of bright and healthy vegetables, protein packed tofu, and a creamy peanut dressing you’ll want to put on everything. This super hydrating salad is light yet satisfying, and comes together in only 20 minutes. Healthy and delicious in a flash!

Global Scribes Helps Kids Make Friends Around the World

Technology is the proverbial double-edged sword when it comes to our children. It can open vast new worlds of knowledge and discovery for them but also has the potential to lead them down some dark and dangerous digital paths. It’s no secret that the average time kids spend with their mobile devices has skyrocketed in recent years, and unfortunate side…

Biking in Copenhagen

When crossing the street in Copenhagen, people look both ways; first for the bikes, and then for the cars. More specifically, most Danes prefer biking instead of relying on cars or public transit. In fact, there are more bikes than people in Copenhagen! As a student studying abroad, noticing this for the first time can be intimidating—let’s be honest, I’m…

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