A colourful, beautifully illustrated, in-depth guide to the street food of Thailand, this is an absolute must for any food lovers visiting this exciting country.
Walking down a country lane, I turn a corner and catch my first sight of the 12th century, Amberley Castle, in the South Downs National Park in the south of England. I have lived all my life just 15 miles away yet had never visited before. When my mother asked me what I would like for my 50th birthday I knew straight away – afternoon tea at Amberley Castle, now an elegant hotel and restaurant.
From the pastries in every pastelaria window to the roasted chestnuts being sold on every other street corner, I discovered a plethora of tasty treats to tempt me in my few short days in Lisbon. Here are my favourite finds, some hidden away in unexpected places, some a little more obvious. To help you find them they are all marked on this map, starting in the north of the Alfama district and the Doce Mila Pastelaria.
Every 25th December my family come together for the most important meal of the year, Christmas Day lunch. Curious to know how different people celebrate Christmas I asked a few friends from around the world what they traditionally eat for their festive feast.
Today I’d like to introduce you to Andy Nixon, my latest guest blogger in a series on street food from around the world.
Next stop, the Philippines.
An easy-to-make summer cocktail from Greece, made from Skinos, a matiha liqueur with vodka and cranberry juice.
There are plenty of great things to do in Brighton on a girl’s getaway or day out, from strolling along the lovely seafront and shopping in The Lanes to a luxurious spa treatment followed by an indulgent afternoon tea.
Our guide to finding the best traditional Marrakech food from the barbeques of the Djemaa el Fna at dusk to a homemade Moroccan tagine.