We asked some of our JourneyWoman women’s tour partners, who are experts in local cuisine, to share their best culinary travel experiences.
The scents, the flavours, the textures of food are all time capsules that evoke memories of travel and spirit us away to another time and place
Jose Hadad, Chef and founder of Mad Mexican restaurant, shares a taste of Mexico with this traditional recipe, along with a wine pairing from expert Erin Henderson, Founder of The Wine Sisters.
Chef Doug McNish shares his top tip for adding global flavor to your holiday table.
TV host and chef Paula Roy shares her top tips for adding global flavour to your holiday.
Restaurateur and chef Theresa Albert shares her top tips for adding global flavour to your holiday table with foie gras.
Infusing a taste of your travels into your holiday meal can shake up and spice up your traditional menu, bringing back memories and the opportunity to create new ones with your guests.
By now, most wine lovers know that only bubbly coming from the northern French region of Champagne can be called “Champagne.” And that’s a great place to start, but there is so much more to know.
By Nancy Simpson, Guest Writer | September 30, 2019 Dining alone is not my idea of fun. I would often order room service or hide behind a newspaper...
Jodi Ettenberg, lawyer and foodie behind legalnomads.com, shares her particular expertise on how to eat street food around the world without getting sick.
Picture this. You, hubby and the kiddies have been out sightseeing all day and you’re all pooped. Everybody is cranky and you wish you didn’t have to go out for supper.
Doing the background research for an article on Japan, my favorite recipe called ‘Non-Swedish Meatballs’ suddenly popped into my mind. I thought… Why not?
Afternoon tea at one of London’s top hotels or restaurants is a luxurious and extravagant affair. Here we share where to go and what’s expected of JourneyWoman visitors…