If you follow Northern Ireland-born food writer Diana Henry on social media, you'll know that when she travels what's to eat is top of the agenda.
Whether she's on a book tour of America, or exploring the Isle of Skye, you're going to want to take note of every restaurant, coffee shop and market she stops at and recreate the trip yourself.
On the release of her latest cookbook, From The Oven To The Table, we grilled her on her adventures and the food she will never forget...
I'm going back to Russia. You could spend your life looking at the various regions of Russia, but I am particularly interested in the new Russian food - I love the White Rabbit restaurant in Moscow, even though I am usually not much of a fan of fine dining - and also how most Russians still cling to Soviet food (it's nostalgia).
Russia has been influenced by the food of every country that used to be part of the USSR and that, combined with the imposed industrialised diet (after the Revolution) and the efforts to create a 'new Russian cuisine', makes it a unique place to eat and to travel.
Having smoked salmon and wheaten bread as soon as we arrived in Dublin.
It was usually our first meal when we got there, eaten in the Wicklow Hotel just off Grafton Street.
Australia. I've been buying Australian food magazines for the last 25 years and I'd love to get to the restaurants I've been reading about for a long time. I also think they have some great food writers, notably Stephanie Alexander and Maggie Beer.
America. There are so many areas of it that I love, and the food - contrary to popular thinking - is superb if you know where to find it (America is not all about McDonald's).
It also has absorbed so many influences brought by immigrants - it makes its cuisine very rich.
New York is my favourite city. I couldn't live there - at least not for more than a couple of years - but I adore its energy.
I love going back to lots of places I've visited, but the one I am really longing to get more of is Portland, Oregon. I was totally smitten with it.
The quality of the produce - the berries and salad leaves and fish - were amazing. I went there on a publicity trip for my last book and three days weren't nearly enough. I also want to get to the coast nearby.
It's beautiful. I think the Pacific Northwest is a fantastic area. I could live there.
I am not a fan of trends, but a cuisine which I am drawn to is Burmese. I've never been to Burma, I just cook it from the few Burmese books I have.
I can't get enough of it. I'd love to visit.
From The Oven To The Table: Simple Dishes That Look After Themselves by Diana Henry, photography by Laura Edwards, is published by Mitchell Beazley, £25