“There’s no such thing as Indian food,” says chef Shrimoyee Chakraborty of London’s recently opened Calcutta Street restaurant. “I can add all of the Indian restaurant menus in England together and they cover about 2 percent of what India really is.”
When London’s Typing Room restaurant invited some New Wave Aussie wine producers to showcase their best vino, the evening started with weird berries and ended with a ménage à trois.
Head down to the farmer’s market and pick up some ground cherries before they’re completely out of season, and make this mind-blowing cocktail courtesy of Gail Simmons.
I managed to wake up at the crack of dawn in Tokyo to witness the frenzied fish sales inside the Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest seafood market and stuck around for one of the greatest meals of my life.
Germany’s celebrated weeks-long annual cultural festival and beer-drinking event has a dark side.
Church leaders are now meeting their parishioners not just at the altar for a sprinkling of holy water, but at the bar on the corner as well.