Food and Wine
Food and wine stories on GoNOMAD Travel.
Spain’s Extremadura region reveals the true taste of smoky paprika, not like the red dust I have at home By Jackie Sheckler Finch When Christopher Columbus returned to Spain from his second voyage to the Americas, he brought a very special chili pepper that was served to his patrons, King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. Even though […]
Brussel’s Famous Desserts Don’t Let Her Down By Elizabeth von Pier I’m a food lover and if you’re one too, you’ll appreciate my journey through the enchanting country of Belgium. I went on a quick three-day tour of Brussels, Dinant, Ghent and Bruges and there were plenty of opportunities to indulge my taste buds with […]
Slow Cooking School in Umbria, Possibly My Best Day Ever! By Ron Elledge It’s a beautiful day in the Italian hill-country as we approach our arrival destination of Il Fontanaro Farms. At 9:00 am sharp, and as promised, Giovanni is waiting at the front gate. Giovanni is one half of the brother-sister team that will […]
In his trademark witty and informative style, David Downie embarks on a quest to discover “What is it about the history of Paris that has made it a food lover’s paradise?” And which temples of gastronomy are still called Bouillons and serve boiled beef? Long before Marie Antoinette said, “Let them eat cake!” (actually, it […]
How to Get the Most Taste Out of Your Trip to Portugal Portuguese country-style home cooking and Michelin-rated restaurants receive equal treatment in this newest addition to the Eat Smart series of culinary travel guidebooks. A huge variety of seafood, rice, and spices from around the world acknowledge Portugal’s history as a seafaring nation. Hundreds […]
Not your typical Croatian cruise: Dining on shore instead of aboard By Terri Colby My truffle epiphany came on a rainy night in Croatia. We were a little more than halfway through a seven-day cruise along the Dalmatian coast. A few hours earlier our ship, the MV Futura, had put in at the island of […]
A street food adventure in Jinzhou, Shanghai and Xi’an China. The author ventures out from a Viking cruise to discover the delectable foods on the street.
Parmigiano Reggiano Vacche Rosse is the name of the best Parmesan cheese in Italy. Made only from the red cows, highest quality, red cow Parmesan.