Restaurants & Food
The utterly beautiful south-western Spanish city of Seville is one of the best examples the country has for good cuisine. It boasts some of the finest flavours in the world. The tapas is to die for and the ancient seafood recipes unlike anything else in the whole of… read full article
Holiday traditions of Germany differ greatly from that of its neighboring nations. Where other countries share the delights of Christmas festive meals with chicken or fish German goes that one set further.
The main course meal of a traditional German holiday is Goose. This tradition… read full article
Matzo Ball Soup is a fun and festive addition to a holiday meal. This soup is very quick to make and can be done from beginning to end with 15 minutes of preparation and a total cooking time of 40 minutes.
Matzo (unleavened bread) is traditionally made for Passover… read full article
Charles de Gaulle once famously said, “How can you be expected to govern a country that has 246 kinds of cheese?”. Cheese is very much a way of life in France.
They love it and export tonnes of the stuff every year. Although it’s almost impossible… read full article
While Christmas is considered one of the grandest and longest holiday of Sweden, the Swedish holiday just simply is not quiet complete without the magically element of the Swedish holiday cuisine.
Candle lighting has always been the foundation of the Swedish holiday traditional but it… read full article
1. Rich Bread and Butter Pudding
Rich Bread and Butter Pudding is a luxurious combination of bread and butter that melts in your mouth. The mixture of lemon or orange peel, currants and nutmeg make this Holiday dessert a crowd pleasure for every occasion. The main ingredient… read full article
One of the more open-minded countries in Europe is France, a country that is extremely freedom and liberty conscious.
This is especially true when discussing the gay and lesbian communities of the country. The gay and lesbian community thrives throughout the country but is especially prolific… read full article
Dining in London has never been so exciting. The run of the mill takeaways appear to be the thing of the past.
The modern takeaway experience consists of fine dining brought to your very door step. Fast and efficient takeaway service in London is the way of life for… read full article
Russians like to feel fully immersed in their dining experiences.
On the whole this leads to tasteful décor alongside delicious food and everyone is happy, but occasionally the system breaks down. This is usually when a proprietor either misunderstands a concept or theme or just loses their self-control. Either way… read full article
Switzerland is unique in that it assimilates most of its neighbors’ culture. As a result Swiss food is a conglomeration of German, French and Italian cuisines. Whatever the tourists’ palate there is a good chance it will be satisfied. In 2005 the Michelin Guide rated Switzerland second in terms of… read full article
One of the sure-fire ways to a woman’s heart is with a Belgian chocolate. But then one of the sure-fire ways to a man’s is much the same. For centuries now those Belgians have been leading the world with their sweet treats but what is it about them and what makes them… read full article
When you’re traveling internationally, one of the sheer joys of visiting other countries is enjoying the cuisines that you encounter.
There is that one exception to the rule though and that is the one involving having to follow a certain diet – i.e. vegetarian. Now let’s take… read full article
Want to know where you can find the best gay restaurants in Barcelona?
We asked the staff of Axel Hotels, a Spanish gay friendly hotel chain that owns Hotel Axel Barcelona, Spain, Axel Hotel Berlin, Germany, and Axel Hotel Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their “Top 5″… read full article
You might have read it somewhere: Lyon, France is said to be the French capital of gastronomy.
Now, frankly, I don’t know if that’s true, even if it is indeed accepted as universal truth by all of us Lyonnais. What I do know, however, is that… read full article
Exploring Rotterdam can be tiring work; all that walking and snapping pictures with a new discovery around every corner. Pretty soon you get that nagging feeling, call it an “I feel peckish” for the those who love a light snack and “I could eat a horse” mode hearty… read full article