Do you think broccoli is disgusting? Does the picture above make you uncomfortable? Is the one below a lot more reassuring?
Here’s advice from a self-confessed fussy eater on how to travel to exotic places without starving or losing your friends. Click HERE
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A list dominated by Asia, only two European countries appear in the Top 10 but you might be surprised to discover the country that won by a big margin. (Clue: it’s an island)
Find out HERE
You’ve heard of the three bird roast? It’s where a guinea fowl is stuffed into a chicken which is stuffed into a turkey or some variation on that theme. An LA restaurant does the same with apple, cherry, and pumpkin pie. Cream cheese frosting seals each layer and the pies are then all baked inside a massive spice cake.
A bakery in Philadelphia has come up with its own version: the Pumpple Cake. It consists of layers of apple and pumpkin pie and a ton of buttercream frosting. It’s at 1,800 calories per slice…and, I don’t know, it might just be worth it. Once.
View the the slideshow HERE and judge for yourself
Thanks to The Food and Travel magazine we can pop inside the iconic restaurant in London’s West End known for its plain, wholesome food. I rather like the bar stools and the leaded windows. It’s recently been refurbished and I suppose the look is cosy rather than cutting edge.
When I lived in London more than a decade ago, it was one of those restaurants where you went to be seen. You got a table much more quickly if you were a name (days, even weeks earlier than the rest of us) and I imagine that’s still true. It has the look and feel of a club that I’ll never belong to and there is actually a private members club in the rest of the building. Membership is by invitation only.
By the way, I’ve just checked and their signature dish – shepherd’s pie – costs £17.75 which isn’t at all bad.
Read the article HERE