Before we settle down to a wee dram of Talisker 18-year, peat-smoked, oak-matured, distilled and unfiltered, single-malt Scotch whisky, here’s a handful of definitions…
For what it’s worth, our rules for eating out in Italy (unless you’re desperate, of course).
No vegetable is invested with more hype and idiosyncrasy in its cultivation and consumption than the hideously ugly, yet über-expensive European truffle.
Since its birth in Salzburg, the Bosna has spread from alp to valley, to every walk-up comfort food window in Austria. Conde Nast Traveller deems it a one-sandwich food group. We couldn’t agree more. Healthy? Not exactly.
Waffles are yet another example, along with modern beer, French Fries, and the saxophone, of how Belgium has been slowly and quietly conquering the civilized world.
There are few products you can consume today with as clear a conscience, both for where they came from and what they will do to you.
Bowls of aromatic rice (Nasi Goreng and Nasi Kuning) complimented by up to 30 dishes for a table of six—satays, curries, spring rolls, fritters, meat and fish balls, bites of duck and pork belly, sauces by the dozen, and deviled eggs so explosive that you dared not touch the mixture with your fingers.