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Helen Hokin's Winter Picks

Helen Hokin's Winter Picks
This week on Foodtripper: It's Thanksgiving and chef Jerry Beck of Wholefoods Market is talking turkey on Foodtripper TV.
Planning your winter getaway? Andrew Copestake finds his own personal piece of paradise at Cap Maison, St Lucia and we have ten more of the Caribbean's best Food Hotels together with booking details.
Today heralds the arrival of the Euro-Christmas market; from Brussels to Prague check out our 'Twelve Days of Christmas Markets' feature and pick up some practical tips on which edibles you can legally bring back to the UK.
Out and about: At Aqua, Felicity Cloake thinks she's found the place to begin a night out in London's West End. Pretty much a million miles away - culturally speaking - on Lake Titicaca, Jonathan Stibbs explores the trout stalls and a restaurant run by 'Voces Libres' a foundation for orphans and children working in Bolivia’s colonial-era mines or living on the streets of La Paz
Paul Wayne-Gregory is the hottest name in the world of chocolate right now. After exclusively supplying Michelin-starred restaurants with his sumptuous confections he has at last created a box for us all - we've tried them and boy are they good. Foodtripper has FIFTEEN boxes of Paul's handcrafted Pure Indulgence chocolates to give away, but to be in the running you have to take the quiz.
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Spring has made an appearance, at last and we have al fresco ideas from picnics in the park to sky-high snacking in London and all over the world.
Helen Hokin: I’m considering relocating to Barbados. I could swap my reindeer onesie for a designer one-piece and save on heating bills without the hassle of switching suppliers every other month.
Travelling to a different part of the world usually means sampling the local cuisine, but if you’re headed somewhere as uninhabited and challenging as the Antarctic, then you only get to eat what you bring with you.