The Parma region is well-known for its ham and its cheese. But what exactly goes in to making the final products that are loved across the world?
At the home of Pellegrino Artusi, the father of modern Italian cooking, you can join the Casa Artusi Cooking School and try his recipes yourself.
Meet the people who harvest Galicia’s seafood, then settle down for some of the best meals in this part of Spain.
The Basque region of Spain around San Sebastian has a long tradition of making cider. You can see for yourself – but a visit to one of the cider houses is anything but normal!
What are pintxos and how can you make pintxos? Well, I head to San Sebastian in the Basque region to find out the answers… and eat as much as possible!
When it comes to the European food scene, Portugal has been largely overlooked. But the country’s chefs are hoping for a renaissance.
How many Michelin-starred chefs can you fit in one room? The Stars Route – a Portuguese food festival – tries to answer that question!
There’s a brand new dining scene in Dublin and it’s got foodies excited. With a mixture of quality and value, here are the best places to eat in Dublin.
In this photo essay, we go behind the scenes of the famous Gudeg Yu Djum restaurant in Yogyakarta to see how they make the iconic nasi gudeg dish.