On The Road in Argentina

Who was the most interesting person you met (on or off screen) 

The Gauchos,  Verbomate tea out on an Estancia, the horse the beauty in the countryside. I was able to ride with the Gauchos, the incredible Argentinian ways in the countryside truly magical. A MUST in Argentina !! 

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What was the best beauty product or beauty secret you learned?

The Break Club !! Stress-free ! Genital Whitening for the guys. Universo Garden Angels 

 

Buy souvenirs ;)?

Incense on the streets, always some amazing clothes in foreign countries! 

 

If you had to recommend some to visit/do one thing in the city what would it be?  

It has so many places, all the places we went !!! 

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What was the most beautiful scenery, place or sight for you? 

Everywhere you look there are beautiful statues, the people, the sound of the Tango music seeping through the streets! The dancers. Just a sense of enjoying life. Sensuality! 

 

Something you learned?...  Loving the Break Club. ♥️

 

Anything challenging?  Apparently, the champagne bottles are really hard to break ... no problem with me !! I Need to open a Break Club 

 

Three words to describe

Sensual, Vibrant, Passionate

On the Road in Peru

Who was the most interesting person you met (on or off screen) in Peru? Shaman Adriel was amazing, his knowledge of the ancient ways. Lilia her knowledge of the herbs. I actually wanted to move in with her .

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What was the best beauty product or beauty secret you learned? 

Their superfoods clearly they have very diverse micro systems so the superfoods are abundant. The markets are full of many foods and remedies that are fascinating. 

 

Try any good foods? 

Superfoods all of them !! Lucuma the soft yellow superfood was amazing in texture smell and properties. 

 

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Buy any souvenirs ;)? 

Within 24 hours the rugs the bags, the colours! 

 

If you had to recommend some to visit/do one thing in the city what would it be?  

Sacred Valley , Cusco , I would have loved to have gone into the Amazon . Palimaro 's resturant ! 

 

What was the most beautiful scenery, place or sight for you? 

The journey into Machu Picchu. Cusco Market . 

 

Something you learned?... 

When you go into cultures there are endless moments that encompass your life . From the people,  to the energy , the sheer history and ancient ways , buildings of this amazing country . So much about the superfood . 

Anything challenging 

The altitude is different for everyone . But did affect me. Take time. 

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Q&A with Shannen from Craft Burger Food Truck

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We caught up from Shannen from Craft Burger Food Truck about what it was like during Hurricane Harvey and whether he would hire Rachel. 

What was it like during Hurricane Harvey?

I have never experienced anything like Harvey. It rained so hard for three days straight. We were so worried that it would flood and we wouldn't be able to evacuate. We never lost power or water but we could see the destruction on the news around town. 
 

Did you stay in the area?

We were able to stay in our house. The areas around us were evacuated but our community wasn't hit too hard.
 

We heard that you were out with the food truck helping out, What was that like?

We did go out with the food truck once it was safe. We stayed local and feed the first responders and evacuees in Fort Bend County. We were very surprised by the good spirits the people had. The officers had been working long hours and were tired, the evacuees were from all different backgrounds. This storm didn't discriminate. It affected people of all different backgrounds and social standings. It was hard for them to believe that we were giving food away. We just couldn't see charging be who had been through so much. 
 

Were you surprised about the outpouring of support?

I was totally surprised by the outpouring of support. So many people opened up their homes and businesses for people in need. Still today there are the different organization that post on social media who and where people need help. 
 

If people still want to help, do you have any recommendations?

I would recommend donating to local charities instead of large national one. I worked with large charities and I didn't feel as though they were as effective. 

 

Now a couple of questions about the show:
 

Since filming the episode, have you added a vegan option to the menu? 

Not vegan but vegetarian I have added a stuffed portabella burgers
 

What was your experience like, having Rachel come join you on in the food truck?

I loved having Rachel on the truck. She was awesome. I would hire her anytime. Lol