Recently in Europe category:

I’m not sure if I just returned from lunch, or if I was privy to a top-secret breeding ground for a race of super lovely people, that also happen to be amazing cooks. When I walked into the home of Rachel Allen, who’d invited a few of us traveling through Ireland for lunch, I was stunned by A) The stunning kitchen, b) The stunning view,…

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Continuing our edible (and drinkable) adventures in Edinburgh, I insisted after we hit the farmers’ market that we stop at Mary’s Milk Bar. A gazillion readers recommended it, and Charlotte and my friend Lani, were happy when we herded ourselves into Mary Hillard’s cozy shop. I love meeting ice cream makers and Mary was one of the nicest I’ve ever met. She started as a…

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我的桶中众多地方之一是苏格兰的访问场所。在每个不断增长的名单的每个地方,通常都有与该地方有关的食物或饮料,这使得我对我来说更加引人注目。好的,我在开玩笑谁?通常有许多事情(总是,可食用)让我想要......

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Although I began my talk at the Iceland Writers Retreat telling the group that I disliked the word “humbled,” (and invited the group to call me out on it in the future, if I ever used that word again), I felt humbled being in the presence of such highly esteemed writers, who came from around the world. Being the only person who writes about food,…

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蒂诺斯不是你听到的那些希腊岛屿之一。它没有令人兴奋的夜生活,就像邻近的米克诺斯岛,而天气温暖,风会有点激烈。但是,上行的是,它非常漂亮,如果你在淡季期间去,你会给自己很多岛屿,你可以开几公里而不是来......

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当我偶然发现如何在网站升级后使用新功能时,我有一个我急于分享的帖子和图片。它也让我一周从我的周末在科克,爱尔兰的周末恢复,作为Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest的客人,在那里我是今年阵容的演讲者。我只去过......

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How excited was I to get an invitation to be a speaker at the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Litfest festival at the Ballymaloe Cookery School? It popped into my mailbox a few months ago and although I had been to Ballymaloe a few years back, I remembered the exceptional food of Cork, Ireland, and the lovely people – which meant there was no way in heck I was going…

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Even though I only went to Spain with a half-empty carry-on, I came back with my luggage, and head, stuffed full. Not because of the in-flight oxygen, but from attending a food photography workshop with ace food photographer Tim Clinch. I’d met Tim a few years ago and he had been kind enough to try to give me some advice via Skype in my continuing…

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Spain isn’t quite known for its breads. It’s probably because bread is more used as a vehicle for eating other foods – like pan con tomate (toasted bread with olive oil, then rubbed with fresh tomato and a bit of salt) or as a resting place for marinated sardines, or another tapas, rather than enjoyed on its own. To make a little confession; when I…

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