Nick International is a traveler, food blogger, lover of ribeye steaks, wine and champagne. A passion for great food and love of fine wine led to founding The Food & Culture Co. in 2015 dedicated to curating, teaching, promoting and preserving all things food, drink and culture. A home-chef with a flair for outdoor cooking, boasting a broad skill set in the kitchen, and able to make cuisine to match every stamp in his passport. 

There are many ways to explore the world, and many worlds of wine to explore. Sometimes, the best flights are a row of glasses. There is never a bad time to drink champagne. Enjoy my blog! 


Ride the waves, go jet skiing!

Today’s topic: Jet-skiing. One of the most underrated experiences in The Bahamas. First, a quick story for shits and giggles because we can all use a little laughter: My cousin got married last November and I thought it was a great idea to take a jet-ski over to Paradise Island for the post-wedding lunch. I sped out of Brown’s Boat Basin heading east, turned south and did 40mph throw the narrows, jumped some waves just for fun, and then slowed down to open some champagne whil

Spearfishing: Domestic Tourism Experience

Before we get into spear-fishing and why you need to make it apart of your domestic experience bucket list, I want to drop a new word I came up with that I am hoping will stick. Hear me out – Bahami’aint. Bah-Hay-Me-Aint. Instead of explaining, I will drop it somewhere in the blog and you’ll hopefully have an “ah-ha! I get it!” moment, and if not then fuck it, I tried. Ha it go though? What’s up? Bonjour? If you don’t like crawfish, that’s fine. That’s not the only thing you

Freedom Isle - Eleuthera

Eleuthera Pt. 1 – From Governor’s to the North With lockdown measures across The Bahamas slowly easing, what are you going to do with your new-found freedom? YOU ARE GOING TO ISLAND HOP. It’s time to explore ELEUTHERA, the island of Freedom. Arguably, Eleuthera is one of the most important and influential islands in The Bahamas. Much of history is deposited and preserved here; from the Arawak’s who knew this alluring isle as “Cigatoo” to the British Loyalists who contributed