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26 Cocktails and Tips for Your Next Cruise

Randy Kalp enjoying a cocktail on a Carnival Cruise.

If there’s one down side to traveling as a couple, it’s that we don’t have to go out of our way to meet people if we don’t want to. On trips, it’s all too easy to become insulated in our own traveling bubble, sharing the experience with one another while the world swirls around us. To ensure that this didn’t happen on our Carnival Caribbean cruise, we decided to create a fun assignment for ourselves, in…

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Travel Bites: Spinach & Bean Stuffed Avocado – My Fave Power Breakfast

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[google1][pinit count=”vertical” url=”http://www.beersandbeans.com” float=”right”] Thanks for reading and check out our latest version of Travel Bites! Like our recipe ideas? Be sure to check out more of our healthy, travel inspired recipes.   Most of you probably don’t know this but I am not really a fan of traditional American breakfast foods. On occasion I like a pancake or waffle but I can’t stand eggs and don’t eat meat so the typical US breakfast is…

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Our Traveling Kitchen

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[google1][pinit count=”vertical” url=”http://www.beersandbeans.com” float=”right”] I woke up with a sore throat and a sore body this morning it was clear that life on the road was taking it’s toll on me. I’m sick and in need of warm, spicy food. I need soup. I went into the kitchen it dawned on me that I have a traveling kitchen. No, it doesn’t have a sink or a fridge but there are certain things that I always…

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Move over Margarita! Michelada has come to town.

  It didn’t take long—two sips, maybe—to fall in love with the sultry spice of the Mexican Michelada. A concoction of hot sauce, tomato juice, lime and beer served over ice with a salted rim, the Michelada offers up a refreshing, mixed beer drink for any occasion. Considered to be Mexico’s bloody Mary, the Michelada, at least for us, brings so much more to the table in terms of taste and refreshment due to the…

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Holy Beanacado Super Yum!!

I’ve decided to keep a running list of some of my recipes pertaining to beans and beer. This is the first one and it is listed under the recipe tab as well. In the next couple of days I will be adding a hysterical video that shows you exactly how to make this. Keep Posted! Also, if you make it – please leave a comment telling me what you thought 🙂 Recipe #1:   The Holy Beanacado Super Yum – a…

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