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Cooking in the danger zone: Afghanistan

In this video from the BBC archive, Stefan Gates cooks his way around the war-torn country.
Read more… 29 January 2014


Cooking in the danger zone: Chernobyl

In this video from the BBC archive, Stefan Gates visits the site of the world's worst nuclear accident and is faced with a dilemma when a woman prepares a meal from local produce.
Read more… 24 January 2014


Thirsty Explorer

The bootleg brandy Kosovo loves

After years of war, Serbians and Albanians unite over a drink that tastes like a fine cognac at its best – and embalming fluid at its worst.
Read more… 17 January 2014


Your favourite coffee shops

From Jerusalem to San Francisco, our readers weighed in on the world's best place to grab a good cup o' joe.
Read more… 11 January 2014


Localites

Parisian cafes… now with cats?

Inspired by the enchanting Japanese concept, the first cat cafe has opened in the Marais – but with a distinctly Gallic flavour.
Read more… 05 January 2014


The Quora Column

In your country, what should I eat?

In search of some mouth-watering fare, we dove into more than 200 responses to compile a list of locally recommended, must-try dishes from around the world.
Read more… 03 January 2014


Thirsty Explorer

The country that doesn’t exist

No other nation recognises Transnistria as a country, but within the sliver of land sandwiched between Moldova and Ukraine, the opinion of the UN doesn’t matter.
Read more… 02 January 2014


Localites

What’s brewing in Mumbai?

For a city generally regarded as an early adopter of trends, it has been a long wait for the city to get its own Indian-style microbrewery.
Read more… 06 December 2013


Gift guide 2013: Gifts for the foodie traveller

From a bike-mounted beer delivery system to cookware that's perfect for backcountry feasts, these five items will tantalize your taste buds.
29 November 2013


Eatimology

Where bread is worth the dough

Sourdough has risen from a miner’s calling card to the modern urban dweller’s go-to bread, legendary around the world and iconic to the foggy city by the bay.
Read more… 26 November 2013


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