Culinary Catania

When it comes to food, Sicily definitely lives up to its reputation. We spent 3 nights in Catania eating and drinking our way through the city and we were not disappointed. So here’s what not to miss: Arancini Sold as street food, these deep fried rice balls with a cheesy centre are amazing and come…

New England Food You Need to Try

Aside from seeing friends and family, the best part of visiting America is the food. When we visited for the holidays in December/January, it was be a frenzy to visit all our favourite restaurants during the two weeks. Because I’m slightly homesick and had been a full year since we’d been back, here’s an ode…

Eating Berlin (and a bit of beer too)

They say Berlin is the new Brooklyn, and that expats from America flock to hipster neighborhoods here. The entire city is a hipster’s paradise, with one off shops and vegan restaurants and second hand markets selling vintage 80s track jackets. Despite this, and the well known history of the city it is a place I…

The Best of the US: Food Edition

With our upcoming travel to the US, we’ve made a list of our favorite restaurants and bars and a long list of foods we need to eat because either we can’t get them in the UK or they aren’t the same!  It’s an ambitious list to take on in a few weeks, but I think…

Eating in Brussels: Beer, Chocolate and Frites

 I have friends with good taste and good blogs to thank for a lot of our adventures in Brussels.  Everyone recommended Delirium Tremens, the bar and the beer.  It is delicious, definitely my new favorite Belgian beer.  The bar?  Well, we did have an awfully fun night there, but I won’t get into that here. …