Slow Down in the City June 2017, Upper West Side, NYC In the two avenues you have to cross to … More
The Clandestine Chef Barcelona, Spain Deep in the heart of central Barcelona, I step into an apartment building entranceway. The … More
We head north towards the Borgarfjordur region. With little spring traffic, we soon enter the 6-kilometer Hvalfjordur undersea tunnel towards … More
Essay: On my way towards the Santiago de Compostela Church in Galicia, Spain (Church of St. James) via one of … More
Sarajevo has survived its 42-month siege. And to many citizens here, it is the return of the coffee cafes, of their smells and sounds, that says peace has arrived.
Don’t expect haute cuisine in these. What you will get is ‘real’ food, and above all ‘good’ food, the type of food that led Curnonsky to refer to Lyon as “the gastronomic capital of the world”.