We wanted to think of a name that would be both funny and representative of who we are, they told T+L via email from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Yes, we're on the larger side, but also there is a stigma in the world that Americans are just fat people who, if they do travel, only go to the tourist spots and eat at the tourist places. By having a funny, catchy name, we have hopes that it will intrigue people enough to check us out and see that we couldn't be further from that stigma. (Aside from the fat part!) View photos Two Fat Americans Travel More The Coucheys defy this American stereotype by visiting spots less traveled, and taking their quest to find the best local food very seriously: Dean, 34, is a trained chef, and Julie, 28, is a foodie and photographer who lives to taste (and document) every bite. The travelers have chowed down on everything from pain au chocolat in Paris and choripan con chimichurri in Argentina to gado-gado (a potato and Vegetable salad with peanut sauce) in Indonesia. But the best meal they've had so far was at 1884 by Francis Mallmann in Mendoza, Argentina. We had an amazing grilled potato cheddar flatbread and salt poached pear with burrata for starters.
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