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Gaby’s Guide to Downtown LA

You guys know I love food. It’s my favorite pastime, my passion and my obsession. The Downtown LA scene is blowing up these days – and up until recently I haven’t had 2 seconds to put together to get myself down there and explore! Well guess what – it finally happened. I got down to …

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Surprise Vacation 2015

Oh SNAP. You guys. It’s back. It’s that time of the year again and I am PUMPED!! Surprise Vacation 2015 is upon us and I’m freaking out. For those of you who are new here – let’s start at the beginning. Surprise vacation has been a longstanding Dalkin family tradition since we were kids. It started …

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Gaby’s Guide to Sonoma

With 3 Sonoma country trips under my belt in the last few months, I’d say I’m pretty well versed when it comes to what to eat, where to stay and what to do!! So today we’re bringing you Gaby’s Guide to Sonoma! A complete guide for everything your heart desires while in sonoma country! Here we …

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Road Trip Essentials from (@whatsgabycookin)

Road Trip Essentials

I’m all about a road trip – normally it’s a quick weekend trip, but this past summer I had the chance to road trip around Sweden with Volvo and I picked up SO many tips that need to be shared immediately! So let’s talk Road Trip Essentials. Surprise, surprise… it revolves around food + riding …

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Bjertorp Castle 2

5 Things Not To Miss in West Sweden

After Anya and I covered every inch of Gothenburg, we packed up the Volvo and headed West. West Sweden is loaded with sights and bites and cool pit stops – making it the perfect place for a road trip. When you buy a Volvo with the overseas delivery program, you get 2 free airfare tickets …

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Gaby’s Guide to Gothenburg

What’s Gaby Cooking is almost 6 years old you guys! 6 YEARS! Can you believe it! We’ve worked our way through hundreds of recipes, covered some serious ground when it comes to food travel and have been afforded some epic opportunities to work with awesome companies. Case and point… a few months back I got …

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Gaby's Guide to Copenhagen //

Gaby’s Guide to Copenhagen

Oh Copenhagen, you win! A few weeks back I had 72 hours to cover as much of Copenhagen as humanly possible. My sister and I were on a mission and we planned on leaving no rock unturned. 72 hours, 35 miles of walking and 4 ice cream cones later we were on a plane back to …

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Cusco, Peru

Our last stop on this most recent #onlyinsouthamerica journey was Cusco. We set up shop at another incredible Inkaterra property, La Casona, nestled right in the middle of town. The hotel is an old colonial manor thats been converted into an 11 suite luxury boutique hotel with some of the most delicious food I’ve ever …

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How to do Machu Picchu Like a Pro

Our third stop on this #onlyinsouthamerica adventure planted us right at the base of Machu Picchu at the Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel. Whoa. Where do I even start? Between the epic location at the base of one of the wonders of the world, the orchid sanctuary that lives on the premises, the black tea …

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Sacred Valley Peru

The second stop on our Peruvian culinary tour was the Sacred Valley right outside of Cusco in the city of Urubamba. We set up camp at the newly opened Inkaterra (the smartest decision ever) and spent our days exploring their gardens, hanging out all over their glorious property and drinking tea. It was the picture …

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Gaby’s Guide to Lima

Wheels up – lets do this! Those were the thoughts rolling though my head as I took off from Los Angeles to Lima with my best friends Matt + Adam on our LAN airlines flight.   We were hitting the road/air for a Peruvian adventure. This was my 4th #onlyinsouthamerica adventure and I was over the …

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Gaby’s Favorite Food Trucks across America

Gaby’s Favorite Food Trucks

Given the opportunity to eat at a few food trucks or have a gourmet dining experience, I’m almost ALWAYS going to go for the food trucks!! It gives you such a great peek into the cities food culture and it also doesn’t break the bank! I’ve been lucky enough to travel around the country a …

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