Portugal Has Made It Illegal Not To Provide Vegan Meal Options

Portugal Has Made It Illegal Not To Provide Vegan Meal Options

By Danielle Kirk If you’re a travelling vegan you know how hard it can be to find vegan food restaurants and meals that don’t involve animal products and aren’t a bowl of fries. Besides the language barrier in some countries, it’s a simple fact that many restaurants...
Guide To Typical Portuguese Cheeses

Guide To Typical Portuguese Cheeses

By Karina Freitas In a country with such famous and award-winning wines, cheese production could not be left behind. Portuguese cheese making is still one of the best kept gastronomic secrets in Europe: to maintain loyalty to traditional production methods, many kinds...
Why Greek Food Makes Me Fiercely Proud Of My Heritage

Why Greek Food Makes Me Fiercely Proud Of My Heritage

By Marianna Gould What is it that makes you proud of your heritage? You might be proud of your cultural values, being able to speak multiple languages, or being able to trace ancestors back through generations. But for me, I’m most proud of the food. In my big, fat...
Berlin: Multiculturalism Through Food

Berlin: Multiculturalism Through Food

By Amy Ni Berlin ranks among Europe’s most culturally diverse cities. During my month-long stay in the German capital, I was able to learn about its tumultuous political history and get a taste of the growing multiculturalism that has become both an attraction and a...
Home Cooking, Straight From the Melting Pot

Home Cooking, Straight From the Melting Pot

By Yelena Dzhanova Like any New Yorker, my mother loves an egg-and-cheese on a bagel. She eats one for breakfast most mornings. She’ll crack an egg into a hot pan, and pop the yolk with the side of her spatula while it fries, coating the firm egg whites with a...