Food and Drink
New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island (PEI) are the four provinces which make up Atlantic Canada and travellers looking to fill their tummies in 2014 will be delighted by a host of food festivals and celebrations.
From 1 October to 11 November, Guernsey will hold its 15th annual Tennerfest, which will see restaurants in Guernsey and its sister island Sark offer all inclusive menus starting from £10, with savings of almost 50%.
As the chilly breeze of autumn approaches, adventurous food lovers should escape to mouth-wateringly warmer climes in the Azores because the archipelago is plating-up some truly “smoking hot” dishes.
A boost to its culinary credentials, Washington, DC now boasts more than 2,000 top dining spots, not to mention one of most varied, colourful and unique culinary scenes in America.
The Far East destination of Macau, famed for its rich and diverse dining experiences, is dishing up a gastronomic adventure at the Macau Food Festival in November.
Chateau Les Carrasses, a charming 19th century wine domain in the South of France offers guests an unusual behind the scenes insight into winemaking in the Languedoc Roussillon.
September, October and November are some of the best months in the calendar to enjoy this orange and pleasant land.
The city of Logrono, capital of La Rioja, celebrates its most famous export with the Fiesta de la Vendimia Riojana, the Rioja Grape Harvest Festival, in late September every year.
As summer draws to a close but temperatures remain warm, the fields and hills of Mallorca grow ripe with fruits and crops ready for harvest.
The wine and food tour specialist BKWine has launched the coming winter’s wine and gourmet tours. There are two tours to New World wine countries: Chile and Argentina in South America in February, and South Africa in March. Both tours extend over a bit more than ten days.
Hotel Principe di Savoia, one of Dorchester Collection, is launching a four day Truffle Tasting Package whereby guests can experience a morning of truffle hunting in the neighbouring Piedmont region; home to the finest Italian truffles.
Hundreds of food and travel companies from across the globe will gather at the World Food Travel Summit in Gothenburg, West Sweden (21-24 September).
Renowned as one of Malta’s leading resorts, the majestic Phoenicia Hotel has recently unveiled its new kitchen garden which will supply 80% of dishes in its Pegasus restaurant, promising guests an exciting new menu of delicious, healthy cuisine, sourced on site.
If you are inspired by top celebrity chef Rick Stein then you’ll love his next adventure which explores the cuisine of Germany.
NYC Restaurant Week Summer 2013 is on now and running until 16th August 2013, offering diners fantastic deals on meals at almost 300 participating restaurants.
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