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…

Sun and Wine in Provence

One of our priorities for our trip to Nice was to try some good wine and food. I searched a bit for wine tours in the region, but they must not be very popular as I only found one or two operators. We booked a day long tour to Provence with Grape Tours and I’m glad…

Soaking up Seville

Sevilla is an easy city to get lost in. The tiny streets are filled with tables and beautiful old buildings with balconies and courtyards scattered throughout. Orange trees are everywhere, in courtyards and lining the streets. The oranges aren’t sweet though, so they’re mostly used to make marmalade! Our hotel was in Barrio Santa Cruz,…

Eating and Drinking in Tirol

Not only was Innsbruck a convenient and beautiful ski holiday location, it was one of the most delicious European destinations we have visited to date. With donuts, schnapps and Bavarian beer available this is definitely a foodie destination. And who doesn’t love a hearty dinner (and dessert!) after a long day on the slopes? Frittatensuppe. Picture…

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…