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Seared tuna medallion appetizer at Borkonyha Restaurant

On a visit to Hungary two years ago, I struggled to find vegetarian food of any quality, much less good quality, but on my most recent visit I discovered that the...

A great meal in Cuba is always topped off with a fine cigar

For decades, travelers to Cuba have raved about the island’s stunning beaches, sipped icy cool Mojitos…and complained about the food. With dining options limited to State restaurants, run by government employees...

Chef Xavier Arrey kisses a beautiful fresh-caught bonito destined for our dinner table

Our group clustered around Chef Xavier Arrey in the busy market, intent on learning as much as possible about the fresh local ingredients available in the Catalonia region of Spain. Through...

Coal Gastonomy Association Romances Meal in interior courtyard of San Vicenz Church

From the outset, I knew I was in trouble in Costa Brava, Spain. Not only did I love the people, architecture, and scenery, I loved the food! As if conspiring to...

Traditional Catalonian beakfast at 700 year-old Can Dionis farm in northeast Spain

I could see the question on the faces of the owners of Agroturisme Sant Dionis, a 700-year old farm that has been converted into a homestay in Catalonia, Spain as we...