Coffee and rolls, the traditional 'continental breakfast' isn't really breakfast for tax purposes.
A simple treat of bubbly water, fresh lemon juice and a dash of salt: that's what it takes to make a Seltz e Limone. Oh, and a plastic cup.
DrFumblefinger noted the increasing presence of canola fields on the Canadian prairies this past summer, a reflection of the popularity of canola cooking oil.
GarryRF shares a special place, and a hope that it has withstood the recent hurricanes.
One of my favorite things to do in Paris is to go out before breakfast for freshly-baked breads. Here's my neighborhood boulangerie.
PortMoresby finds figs and goat cheese at a weekly market in the heart of her favorite Mexican city.
A Normandy baker is finding success with an unusual bread that looks odd but has traditional flavor.
IKEA is opening soon in India, but cultural considerations mean it won't be serving its famous beef and pork Swedish meatballs.
University of South Florida find shows that Italian winemaking has been going on for twice as long as previously thought.
Professor Abe's visit to Ikaria continues, with some great sightseeing spots. We drift to local fresh foods and cuisine. You'll be salivating by the time you reach the end of this post!
Another British attempt to shanghai the famous French roll for other purposes has set off a new social media battle.
Famed for its public market, Granville Island also has great views of Vancouver, boats, water, and lots of visitors.
Late in the evening, PHeymont and his wife found a vendor selling juices and smoothies, and providing the only splash of color.
A pair of oyster farmers in western France have come up with a 24/7 self-service option for their customers.
Samantha features a highlight of her hotel stay: its extensive twice-a-week indoor farmers market featuring Hawaiian produce.