Traveling Spoon is looking for new hosts in PORTUGAL!
Contact Regional Manger; Joaquin Abal – firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Traveling Spoon?
Traveling Spoon is an online marketplace connecting millions of travelers around the world with meaningful local and authentic food experiences in people’s homes. It has recently been featured in Forbes Magazine as the next generation of Culinary Tourism!
Are you a talented home cook, passionate about the cultural traditions that make your cuisine unique? Traveling Spoon offers in-home meals with vetted hosts as well as in-home cooking classes and market tours across +90 destinations around the world They are looking for passionate home cooks throughout the country, and they have trusted Tia María’s leading position among foodie blogs to help spread the word! TS offers its community a platform for doing what they love and sharing it with travelers, while providing its hosts an alternative source of income.
100% of hosts are personally vetted! We find the best home cooks around the world so you can immerse yourself in meaningful food experiences and cultural traditions passed down through generations.
Founders Aashi Vel, and Steph Lawrence want to connect travelers with local, vetted hosts to share the joy of a homemade meal in their home and learn about their cultural and culinary traditions passed down through generations.
Aashi ( left ) is a food and travel enthusiast with a deep passion for creative problem-solving, product innovation and foraging. An industrial designer and patent holder, Aashi has designed several award-winning products. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design and received her MBA from UC Berkeley.
Steph ( right ) deeply loves cheese, travel, and learning new cuisines and culinary traditions from around the world. A former marketing consultant, Steph has worked with Alice Waters and the Chez Panisse Foundation, Allison Rockefeller and others to drive marketing and business strategy. She is a cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College and received her MBA with honors from UC Berkeley.