Hottest Food Trends for Travelers in 2015

From cutting-edge ingredients to going back to the basics, today's chefs and food purveyors are finding new ways to feed people's passion for food, enabling them to feast their way around the world. So head off the eaten path and look out for these hot food trends in your travels this year. - As seen on SmarterTravel.com and TripAdvisor

How Urban Bees Sweeten Travel

Bees have earned their wings at airports as well as hotels, department stores, opera houses, and other surprising places. And because it's cool to drone on about the industrious creatures (especially on National Honey Bee Day), here are 10 of our favorite places to find them. - As seen on SmarterTravel.com, Boston.com, and TalkTalk.co.uk.

Big Island Bounty: A Tour of Hawaii's Best Food and Farms

For real Big Island flavor, go beyond the resorts and luaus and head into the fertile rainforests and fields of Hawaii Island. From coffee plantations along the famed Kona coast to specialty farms on the world's tallest volcano, small-scale producers afford visitors behind-the-scenes glimpses.  - As seen on SmarterTravel.com and Boston.com

New England Foods You Must Have in Summer

With fresh bounty from the sea and local farms, food and summer go hand in hand in New England. From lobster rolls and clambakes to fried dough and wild blueberry pie, I've rounded up the best of the season, Yankee-style. - As seen on SmarterTravel.com and Business Insider

From Bean to Bar: Chocolate Worth Traveling For

From the white pulp of the cacao pod to the dark velvety candy, the path chocolate takes from bean to bar is a fascinating one. And travelers can follow along as companies reveal the whole process, from fermenting the beans to molding cocoa liquor into bars. - As seen on SmarterTravel.com and USA Today