Food in Rome

Food in Rome and around: a brief gastronomical tour! Rome and Lazio Rome; Tuscania; Viterbo; Tarquinia; Cerveteri; Ostia Antica; Frascati; Monte Cassino Perhaps the most savoury of all Italian regional cuisines, and perhaps due to its central location, the food in Rome … [Read more...]

Food in Northeast Italy

Food in North-east Italy: a brief gastronomical tour! Trentino-Alto Adige; the Veneto and Friuli Padua; Bassano del Grappa; Vicenza; Verona; Lake Garda; Trento; Bolzano; Cortina d'Ampezzo; Misurina; Trieste; Venice Food in Northeast Italy often comprises dishes rich … [Read more...]

Food in Southern Italy

Food in Southern Italy: a brief gastronomical tour! Naples and Campania; Abruzzo, Molise and Puglia; Basilicata and Calabria; Sicily and Sardinia Pompeii; Sorrento; Capri; Positano (Amalfi Coast); Bari; Matera; Castellana; Alberobello; Lecce; Taranto; Calabrian Mountains; Taormina; Syracuse; … [Read more...]

Spain holiday – Food in Spain

Spanish food is delicious: Put very simply, Spanish food is delicious! It's tasty, spicy, vibrant in colour and a has a great mix of fresh ingredients. In this sun-drenched country, grains, beans, fruits and vegetables all grow very well and there is also an abundance of meats, seafood and … [Read more...]

Eating out on your Croatia holiday

What is Croatian cuisine?: Food styles in Croatia are varied, depending on the regions, but broadly they can be categorized into two main groups - the inland and the coastal areas.  There is a distinct difference in the types of foodstuff and styles of cooking between the two main regions.  … [Read more...]

Moules et Frites – Belgian’s national dish

The Moules et Frites is One of Belgium's Traditional Dishes: That Moules et Frites is the national dish of Belgium is enough to get me to this country.  Anyone who likes mussels and who has tried these large steaming pots of mussels in savory broth, accompanied by a bowl of Belgian frites and … [Read more...]

Eating out on your Belgium holiday

Popular Belgian Dishes and What to Eat: To have a little understanding of what constitutes Belgian food, it's necessary to firstly have some background knowledge of the country's history. The Dutch, Spaniards, Franks, Romans, Austrians and French have all invaded Belgium at some point in time in … [Read more...]

Eating out on your Ireland holiday

A Change in eating patterns Traditionally, the Irish start the day with a calorie-loaded Irish breakfast. This cooked breakfast can contain fried bacon, sausages, eggs (or boiled eggs), black and white pudding and tomatoes. It's served with a couple of slices of home made soda bread. Dinner was … [Read more...]