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Friday 25 July 2014
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Copenhagen: Beer and Cake In the Danish Capital
Sitting amongst green leaves, warm furs and simple woods, our food journey begins with a cheese, beer and ham profiterole
Food Hotel: The Moorland Garden, Devon
We couldn’t decide which was better, the buttery pastry, the sweetness of the apples or the rich ice...
National Ice Cream Month: Quirky Ice-Creams From Around The World
July is national ice-cream month. Here are some of the quirkier ones.
Restaurant Review: The Potted Hen, Belfast
Belfast was my childhood home I grew up here in the 70s. I’ve known it all my life and these are the...
Restaurant Review: Pescatori, London
The lobster is not the predicatable Maine variety but our own Dorset Blue. After all, who wants their...
Portland, Oregon: A Food Hub in the Pacific North West
How has a small, industrial American city in the Pacific North West become a thriving food hub?
UK: Dorset Blueberries All-natural Bumper Crop
Guild of Food Writers Announces Young Food Writer Of The Year
Panama: Grace Hotel Opens In Panama City
Nyetimber Blanc de Blancs Scoops Gold at Awards
Wales: New Restaurant Openings from Michelin Chefs Sommerin and Holland
Air Malta Gears up for Summer with 25 per cent Discount
Letters from South America
Jon Stibbs writes from Colombia
Full-on in Ceylon
Sri Lanka is heaven for lovers of fine, spicy food, spectacular wildlife, crazy ruins and a little adventure, says Jon Stibbs
The llama farmer, Bolivia
Bolivia-resident Jon Stibbs goes off the traditional epicurious track in search of the “Prince of the Andes”
Galapagos Islands: These days tortoise is off the menu
Galapagos Islands: The danger of staying in a place like this is that wherever you stay next can only be a disappointment.
FOOD & TRAVEL BOOK REVIEWS
Read 'em and eat. See full list here
Book Review: Noodle! 100 Amazing Authentic Recipes
Noodle! has more recipes than you can shake a chopstick at. It might just get me out of my ramen rut.
Ex-Genesis Drummer Chris Stewart Creates Spanish Flavours from Brit Ingredients
Ex-Genesis drummer Chris Stewart lives on a sheep farm in the Andalusian Mountains. Here he shares three Spanish recipes from his forthcoming book, “Last Days of the Bus Club”.
Book Review: Brazilian Food
Brazil is a vast country with a cornucopia of fabulous ingredients and a wealth of ethnic culinary influences
WORLD'S FINEST FOOD HOTELS
Food Hotels: Extreme fine dining. Full list here
Food Hotel: The Moorland Garden, Devon
We couldn’t decide which was better, the buttery pastry, the sweetness of the apples or the rich ice cream separately or all of it together on the fork.
Food Hotel: The Phoenicia, Valletta, Malta
A product of an inter-war era surge in tourism, those responsible for its construction probably weren’t best pleased when WWII delayed opening until 1947, yet that late unveiling is a fitting start for such an unrushed place.
Restaurant Review: The Bingham, Surrey
There’s nothing hushed or altar-like about the The Bingham today. It feels like the friendly, family-run business I discovered all those years ago.
Helen Hokin's Spring News
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's Winter Picks
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.
Helen Hokin's Autumn Picks
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.
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