Welcome to a matter of taste
It’s a website about food & travel where you’ll find recipes, hotel, flight and lounge reviews, trip itineraries, travel tips and honest opinions about restaurants (and other foodie-places) from all over the world.
Who are we?
My name is Aga. Born and raised in South-East Poland, lived in Krakow for 4 years before coming to Australia in 2010. At the moment I call Melbourne home.
I’m a content creator: photographer [see agakozmic.com] and writer.
Spending 4 years in art school made me love art, so in most of my trip itineraries I try to incorporate some sort of art appreciation time – either museum, street art walk or visiting local artists.
I drink too much coffee, always carry a camera, have a thing for champagne breakfasts, love alpacas and I usually choose my travel destinations by asking myself the very important question: “what can I eat there?”.
“You go away for a long time and return a different person – you never come all the way back.”
– Paul Theroux, Dark Star Safari
Hubby. Great travel companion, my private driver & photo assistant. Often appears on photos as the hand model but prefers to stay anonymous. Takes care of the backend side of the website and sometimes contributes to the content.
Fan of good coffee, private pool villas and well-designed Android apps. Reads terms & conditions in his spare time.
In 2010 my husband and I arrived in Australia with our life compressed into 2 suitcases. Currently, we’re on a Slow Travel World Tour, changing homes every 4 weeks.
a matter of taste
A matter of taste came to life in December 2011 as a way to keep all my favourite recipes in one place. I soon discovered I also enjoy sharing my food & travel adventures and the blog started growing.
The website is frequently visited by readers from Australia, USA, UK, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore & Japan and has some 35 000+ page views each month.
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Most photos are taken with Canon 5D Mark III and 16-35mm or 70-200mm lenses. Some photos and videos are also taken with GoPro Hero3 Black Edition, Samsung S9 phone or Canon G7X.