It’s no longer all burgers and fries in the US, but instead there’s a fresh, vibrant and evolving food culture they can be proud of.
The last couple weeks I’ve been running through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, and the standard of cooking really has blown me away.
Cumbria is without question my favourite part of England, and if you’ve never been, Christmas is a magical time to go.
Honey is one of Malta’s most treasured products and I’m lucky enough to be given the opportunity to meet its master, Arnold Grech.
No holiday (of mine, anyway) is ever complete without checking out the local fruit and veg talent. Here are a few things that caught my eye.
Denmark was possibly the smallest country I had run through on my route, but the welcome of food and accommodation was the biggest by far!
Our editor has a root around in his cupboard to create this French classic with two beautiful lobster in what is very much a Jim experiment.
We can learn a lot from the French; maybe not how to conduct warfare or how to look after one’s monarchy, but food? Perhaps.