Archive for 'For foodie travelers'
Posted on 11. Mar, 2015 by Dani.
Israel has ruined me for life. Not a single day goes by that I’m NOT thinking about the glorious food I had there. No matter if it’s the juicy olives, the soft warm pita bread, the bread shops in general, the most excellent shakhuka, eggplants cooked to absolute perfection, scrumptious couscous, and I don’t even […]
Posted on 19. Oct, 2014 by Dani.
My last few days in Germany were spent with family and friends and with a short visit to Berlin – and I couldn’t leave Europe without one last proper German breakfast, of course!
Posted on 22. Sep, 2014 by Dani.
Join me on a culinary world tour – I am sharing my top five ethnic food finds in New York City with you, ranging from Australia to Venezuela to the Middle East!
Posted on 05. Aug, 2014 by Dani.
Here are my recommendations for the six best gourmet restaurants in Abu Dhabi:
Posted on 17. Apr, 2014 by Guest.
Brighton isn’t all fish and chips and candy floss, you know. There’s a great foodie scene here demanding something suitable for the more sophisticated palate too. If you venture beyond the classic tourist traps of the main seafront roads in Brighton you’ll find some real gems, much like in any town where tourism plays a […]
Posted on 20. Oct, 2013 by Dani.
In the markets in New York City, every culture, language and era mixes and mingles while buying and selling clothes, trinkets, antiques and food. We have visited loads of markets this past year while in town, and here are our top five picks, and a few extra we just couldn’t leave out!