Well, at least butter-knife points. French media are mocking a British supermarket that's making straight croissants instead of...well...crescents.
Some images from the colorful Market, Funchal, Madeira. You'll find a large variety of goods for sale -- fish, fruit, vegetables, flowers etc.
Samantha visits New Orleans and shares pictures and impressions with us—along with her determination to return for more!
Super budget grocery store to open in North West London.
American Airlines announces some inflight upgrades, including more entertainment choices, meals on Texas-Hawaii flights, and The Pretzels Are Back!
Before the tourists there were the tomatoes. Santorini is still famous for the flavor of its tomatoes, and now a museum celebrates their past.
As Germany celebrates the 500th anniversary of its Beer Purity Law, beer-drinking hits historic lows.
The best-known of Palermo's four markets, the Vucciria winds through the narrow streets of the city's historic center.
Those tasty little bites that can add up to a delicious meal of an evening will now be honored with a special celebration.
The traditional French bistro, or cafe-bar-restaurant, might be an endangered species. The numbers have been dropping since the 1960s.
More and more airports and food vendors are finding ways to donate unused food rather than discard it.
Dijon's historic center is now a UNESCO World Heritage site, with well-preserved buildings, an unusual Gothic church and a Michelin-star lunch.
PurpleDinner offers to match up hosts and guests for dinner while traveling.
Ibi, in Eastern Spain's Valencia region, was a battlefield Monday as two "armies" fought each other for control of the town, using flour, eggs and firecrackers as weapons. It's hard to say who won. The mock battle takes place every Dec. 28, which is Dia de los Inocentes, roughly equivalent to April Fools' Day in effect. In the 200-year-old tradition, the insurgents seizing the town under the slogan of "New Justice" served as "Enfarinats," or "flour police," levying fines under a mock system...
There's an old saying that it's a bad idea to go shopping when you're hungry. Now we find it's that way for burglary, too. An otherwise successful German burglar has been taken down by a bite of sausage. In February, burglars broke into a supermarket in Anspach by breaking down a door. They tried the office safe and couldn't get in, but they did take €300 worth of cigarettes with them. And one of the burglars, unable to resist a delicious temptation, took a hefty bite out of a pork...