“For when your local hipster cafe’s coffee menu seems like it’s written in code, look no further than the Foodism guide to coffee in the capital. From lattes to flat whites and cold brew, here’s the lowdown on what to drink and where to drink it.”
“While a morning caffeine fix is a common practice almost everywhere, the cultural significance of drinking a cup of coffee – and its preparation – can vary wildly from country to country. Coffee expert and author Lani Kingston spills the beans on the etiquette of coffee consumption around the world, from espresso-mad Italy to the leisurely ceremonies of Ethiopia.”
The traditional coffee ceremony is an integral part of Ethiopian and Eritrean culture.
Join Lani Kingston #BehindThePass for a day in the life of a bean-to-bar chocolate maker at East London’s MAST Chocolate.
New York is a sugar lover’s paradise – every taste is catered for in the Big Apple.
The up-and-coming ‘it’ spot on the farm-to-table dining radar isn’t where you would expect. The residents of humble Madison, Wisconsin, are passionate and knowledgeable about food – but don’t feel the need to shout about it from their rooftop. It’s just the way they have always done things here – and why not when your restaurants, cafes and even late-night diners have easy access to some of the best produce in the country?
In the Arizona desert, there’s a revolution brewing. It isn’t a mirage – Phoenix has become a hotspot for craft beer. With ten new breweries opening in Arizona over the last year alone; bars serving rare, local and international brews; and the emergence of experimental and unique beers, Phoenix’s craft brewery scene is booming.
Less than an hour from Melbourne, the bustle of the city gives way to cool, crisp air, and a landscape reminiscent of the British countryside. It is here, in the Yarra Valley, that a traveler can wind down and enjoy the delights of Victoria’s first wine-growing region.