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A Guide to Make You Drool with 5 Street Foods of Jaipur

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A trip to ‘The Pink City’ includes two really important things — exploring the stunning forts and palaces, and savoring the delicious authentic Rajasthani delicacies. Jaipur is famous... Read more

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Food Markets in Athens Giulia Blocal May 27, 2015

Markets are often the best place to experience the very essence of a city's culinary culture—and quickly. Contributor Giulia Blocal brings us this introduction to the food markets of Athens, Greece.

Farmers market in Athens, Greece
The farmers market at Perissos. All photos by Giulia Blocal.
 

From the heart of the Mediterranean basin, Greek cuisine is composed of a wide variety of dishes mirroring its long history, variegated landscape, and crossroads nature. On a recent trip to Athens, I encountered lots of meat (pork, lamb, beef, goat, chicken, veal, and rabbit), vegetables, and tasty savory pies (including tiropita, layered phyllo pastry filled with cheese, and spanakopita, spinach pie), as well as Greek...

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What We Brought Back: Copenhagen Laura Siciliano-Rosen October 13, 2014

This new series will detail the souvenirs—of the culinary variety and otherwise—we pick up on our travels, from pimiento cheese in Charleston to roasted ants from Colombia.

Bitters, rye bread, Kay Bojeson songbird and other souvenirs from Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the type of city where you walk into a store and you want to buy everything: chairs, light fixtures, a $100 pillow you have no use for. Danish design is famously simple and functional and, well, gorgeous. But if you don’t have the extra bucks to spend—or if your shopping time is extremely limited due to a tagalong toddler, as was our case—you’ll have to satisfy yourself with some oohing and aahing and moving right along. Fortunately, there are other ways to take a little bit of Denmark home with...

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