It's the height of autumn! The time of glorious colour bursting from the trees and now from beneath the ground, but not from flowers, from fungi. Autumn is already a fleeting season at the best of times, and the time for fruiting mushrooms even more so, so let's delve into the weird and beautiful world of fungi before the first frost comes.
Entries in food (17)
With an ever increasing population, the increase of food sustainability is more important than ever. Will this initive solution to growing crops provide a solution? Our Journalism Intern investigates this new technique and discovers that it can even be occurring right under our feet!
Everyone enjoys travelling and most frequent travellers are aware that the food you eat abroad is more than likely to be the best you'll ever eat so we've put together a guide to help you combine your food and travel passions seamlessly together! Here are the 6 dishes that we think are worth travelling for...
Learning the language has to be the marmite of the travelling experience. Some hate it, some love it. On the one hand it can be an added stress to the organising of a trip, on the other it’s a way of getting stuck into a country.
Jamie Oliver has always been a food crusader, as has his mate Jimmy Doherty, and their relentlessness has yielded another glimmer of success and progress. Actually it isn’t good… it’s brilliant.
Do you like sweet or savoury? Do you grab the chopsticks or prefer a knife and fork? If you were food, which cuisine would you be? Take the test to find out where your palate feels most at home!
Road trip means road trip snacks, hostel food is pasta with tomato sauce and travelling means eating at a different (or worse, the same!) fast food chain every day? Not anymore!
5 things that you will not want to miss out on when in Tanzania. Iconic mountain terrain, beautiful national park, interesting cuisine and drinks to try, new music to hear, and gentle giants to swim with!
Food is a huge part of a country’s culture, and is always a key element in what you will take away from a place. One familiar dish that is found in many countries worldwide, but in very different formats unique to the tastes and history of each country, is the humble pancake.
When it comes to travelling abroad for any significant amount of time, the food available is likely to be up there near the top of most people’s priorities. It will depend a lot on where you are travelling and how far off the beaten track you plan to venture. If you’re staying in tourist areas of countries which have embraced the Western world’s eating preferences then you’re likely to be able to find a few foods you recognise. This will mean however, missing out on arguably one of the best parts of travelling to new places – trying the local cuisine.