What do the Chinese island of Macau and Portugal have in common? Delicious little tarts.
Laksa is a big slurpy bowl of crunchy, creamy and spicy surprises. It has to be one of the best things to eat when travelling in South-East Asia.
Rene Redzepi, Danish chef of the world’s top restaurant Noma is one of the stars at Peru’s foodie festival, where the tickets are so cheap, anyone can go.
After the devastating earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, the celebrated foodie markets in the region are back up and running. My favourite is in the scenic port of Lyttelton.
Tropical Queensland is Australia’s premier holiday state and it’s on trend with new restaurants and cooking schools flourishing. Just pack your apron and bikini and go!
New Zealand’s Otahuna Lodge, affected by the major earthquakes which devastated nearby Christchurch, is re-opening on July 11 and will host cooking classes with executive chef Jimmy McIntyre using organic produce.
Eating super cheap street food in Asia is part of the destination appeal for tourists – but behind the sizzling oil is a dire reality of poor nutrition for millions. Mercy Corps is out to change that.
Gotta hand it to Wellington – it’s morphed into one cool capital city. The City Market on the waterfront is a destination full of robust flavours and boasting fabulous produce.
A tour of epic portions – an eight-day journey experiencing the best sightseeing, food and wine the Italian island of Sicily has to offer.
If you’re in Australia’s capital city of Canberra and looking for a great café, then look for the queue stretching down the street. Silo Bakery hits the spot.