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Anna Maria Espsäter
A native of Sweden, long-term London-resident Anna Maria Espsäter, spent some of her formative years in Mexico and after first discovering tacos, chillies and tequila, she’s never looked back. A food and travel journalist, she takes every opportunity to scurry the globe in search of new and exciting food experiences and with 81 countries visited to date, her recipe cupboard is overflowing with culinary secrets from near and far.

Currently writing the new Footprint Handbook to Mexico, due out this autumn, Anna Maria has also written for the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, Metro and contributed to the food anthology 1001 Foods You Must Try Before You Die.

Features by Anna Maria Espsäter

Gourmet Galicia: Sampling the Atlantic Diet
Galicians take their food very seriously, with almost every meal a feast and tasting still a ritual. Anna Maria Espsater joins them on a culinary journey.
Setubal: Dessert wine and dolphins
Anna Maria Espsater: First thing in the morning, it seems ever so slightly sacrilegious to head straight for the wines so I aim instead for Setúbal’s second claim to fame – dolphins
Korea: a spirited adventure

Anna Maria Espsäter gets to grips with kimchi pickled vegetables and gochujang in South Korea’s underexplored Jeollabuk-do province.

Colombia: A food tour, part 1
Medellín’s Otro Sabor food festival, Bogotá’s upscale restaurants and coffee in Quindío.
Christmas Down Mexico Way
For Christmas, Anna Maria Espsater travels to Mexico where turkey originated and Christianity still thrives.
Mountain magic - Salzburg, Austria
Austria might not be known for its cuisine – yet. Anna Maria Espsater discovers a few rising star restaurants around Salzburg.
Book review: Everything but the Squeal by John Barlow
This is as much a book about eating pork parts, as a homage to Galicia, Mr Barlow’s adopted home of nearly 20 years.
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