For many, dining is more than just part of an experience - it's a unique experience in itself, now more than ever.
Food has the ability to connect us with the land, cultures and people around us. It can be a dynamic channel for exchanging stories and building relationships, which might be one of the reasons it has taken social media by storm.
With the ability to digitally share our culinary experiences with friends and strangers around the world, it seems like we've started a race for who can share the most unique food experiences.Read whole article via www.thepost.on.ca
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