Welcome to godly recipes, food blogs, and travel to inspire an active cooking holiday! If you like travel and food, history and culture, and outdoor activities, then you have found the right place. Our goal is to help you plan your next cooking holiday and attract your taste buds with some globally inspired recipes.


Godly Recipes - A Food and Travel Blog
Conversation, laughter and bonding over food is the common denominator that brings people together in every region and culture. My fondest memories of travel are always those created sharing wine around a dinner table, huddling by a street cart vendor, or crammed elbow-to-elbow in a small mom and pop diner. That is why my most prized collection of travel souvenirs are my recipes. Here on Godly Recipes, you will find these recipes as well as helpful travel tips and “bites” of information to help you plan your next getaway.


The History
I’m frequently asked how I became a food and travel blogger, and I have to confess it was sort of by accident. After working in the field of marketing for more than a decade, I traded in my power pumps and suits for flip flops and jeans and swapped my downtown office for inn-cottages. I had realized my dream of becoming an innkeeper! There was only one problem, I couldn’t cook. But that soon changed. As a member of the local lodging association, I found an opportunity to trade my marketing savvy for cooking lessons. One unbearably hot summer, our inns were empty so all of us got together to brain storm marketing ideas over a refreshing pitcher of iced tea. Or maybe it was wine? Anyway, the idea of blogging came up and since I was the youngest person in the room … and most people in our small town thought that blogs were for teenagers and insomniacs (little did they know!), I became the designated blogger What I enjoyed the most about the whole experience were the stories, sitting down over a cup of coffee and hearing travel tales from the innkeepers as well as the many travellers that crossed our path. Today, the cottages are sold and I’ve moved back to the city. But my love for food, travel and sharing stories has remained. And that’s what you’ll find here on Godly Recipes!