Posts Tagged ‘ food tourism ’

Falling for food trucks: part two

Apr 7th, 2019 | By

Join us on a tour of the world’s tastiest food truck dishes

Falling for food trucks

Apr 6th, 2019 | By

Join us on a tour of the world’s tastiest food truck dishes

San Sebastian is the place to be

Nov 28th, 2017 | By

San Sebastian in northern Spain is the place you should head to if you are a foodie.

Food tourism – Japanese style!

Oct 22nd, 2017 | By

One of the advantages of travel is that it broadens the mind – so it is said. It also broadens the stomach because many of us use travel as a way to try new foods or foods that our restaurants give a ”British” touch to as opposed to what it really tastes like in the place of origin. Since my childhood when meat and two veg ruled OK and the only foreign food we ate was curry, (it wasn’t really foreign since India and Britain
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Cuisine cruising in Budapest

Nov 14th, 2016 | By
dining room on Pannonia

In Hungary’s capital, Budapest, there is a venture that was launched eighteen months ago that aims to bring the foods from different regions of the country to you.

Unpronounceable yoghurt

Sep 30th, 2014 | By
Llaeth y Llin

Food tourism is increasingly popular. A fortnight ago, over 50,000 visited the Abergavenny Food Festival, farmer’s markets are popular and tours of vineyards, farms and factories are becoming more widely available.

For Gourmet Cooking: The South West

Feb 17th, 2011 | By

According to the new Lonely Planet edition of its guide to the South west, this region has overtaken the rest of the UK for its culinary appeal. Only London can rival it the guide says. Those of us who have been regular visitors to Cornwall, Devon and Somerset have long known that good food was there to be found in abundance. And not just in Michelin starred restaurants either although the guide tends to highlight these.