Sicilian Arancini is both a tasty snack and one of the island’s most recognisable elements. We’ll go over all things Arancini today – Where did it come from? What is an arancini? How do you make it yourself?
Are you wondering what Christmas Eve looks like in Italy? Or whether it’s even celebrated there? We’ll go over all things Christmas in Italy today.
Among the most important aspects of every holiday, no matter if you prefer beaches, hills or museums, there’s always delicious food. If you’re wondering what tasty morsels you can feast on in Albania, we’ve got your back. We’ll cover our top 11 foods to try in Albania today.
Madeira is your mild-climate variation of the ‘paradise in the middle of the ocean’ island. You can explore beautiful cliffs and laurel forests here or enjoy the best delights of the local cuisine in the evening. What to eat in Madeira? What should you try here? Here’s our list of top 10 foods you can’t miss in Madeira.
With every new country you visit, there’s a whole new world of cuisine to discover. Are you wondering what awaits you in Turkey? Today’s post will go over some of the best foods you can try during your holiday trip. What is a must-try in Turkey? Much more than just kebabs.
Anyone who visits Spain simply has to try churros. Their taste resembles that of doughnuts and they’re most commonly sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, dipped in chocolate or eaten on their own. Whichever variant you order, we’re sure you’ll agree that they’re delicious. What are churros though? How do you make your own?
The sicilian cuisine is incredibly rich and varied, often surprising to an inexperienced eye. What’s the Sicilian cuisine like? We’ve collected 20 meals and products that we believe are most worth trying on Sicily. What to eat in Sicily? What meals are must-try? Will vegetarians and vegans also be satisfied? What’s the local and general food like?
What meals should you try in Bari and the Apulia region? Which groceries should you bring from Apulia? What’s so characteristic about the Apulia’s cuisine? Here’s our list of the best and the most popular meals and products from Apulia.
The Pasteis de Nata custard tarts have become one of the many symbols of Portugal. The recipe came to be in one of the Lisbon districts – Belem, in the Hieronymites Monastery. How and when exactly was the recipe created? How much do the tarts cost and where can you buy them? Where to buy the best Pasteis de Nata in Portugal?