Canada’s Maritime Provinces were founded by European immigrants. While most were French or English, you can find a taste of Dutch and German cuisine in restaurants and farms, near our hometowns.
Wine, olive oil, truffles and rustic Tuscan cooking – Sound tasty? These are just a few of the foodie experiences you can enjoy in Italy at the Toscana Resort Castelfalfi.
The more we’ve experienced artisanal products in Belgium, the more we’ve come to appreciate slow-food. Eating seasonal, local and sustainably raised food is not only good for the planet; it’s good for our taste-buds. If you need further proof that slow food is the best way to eat, you need to dine at La Buvette in Brussels.
In which a chance invite in Brussels leads to a wine tasting in a medieval walled village, a guided tour of Siena, and one incredible meal.
Italy is a gastronomic paradise with regions dedicated to wine, cheese, truffles and hundreds of other regional products. But when Andrew learned of a town dedicated to wild boar, there was no stopping him. We were on our way to Norcia, Umbria – better known to us as ‘Pork Town.’
Oostende is smack dab in the middle of the Belgian coast and is a popular beach destination for locals. But there’s plenty to do besides work on your tan. In fact, we have 10 reasons you should visit Oostende and none of them involve getting sandy.
When Andrew and I visit a new Belgian city for a weekend, one of our first missions is to scope out recommended restaurants and make reservations. Over the course of two and a half days, we normally have one exceptional dining experience and one or two good meals. If we’re really lucky, there will be two stand-out meals. Dining in Oostende surpassed our expectations.
Historic castles in Belgium, great food, and the picturesque Wallonia countryside – Adriana covers three topics we love on this perfect day-trip from Brussels.