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Argan nuts, cultivated only in Morocco

Culinary argan oil from Morocco

My first taste of amlou, a classy nut butter, came at breakfast in the coastal city of Essaouira, Morocco. A vendor in the city's...
coffee shop

Coffee in Portugal — a family story

Portugal surprised me with its coffee. My coffee experiences--at breakfast, on break or after dinner--were generally great, all over the country. From Guimarães and...

AT HOME IN PORTUGAL

Sardines on plates

Culinary walks with Taste Porto Food Tours

Touring a new city on foot always brings the place into focus, and a good food tour adds an element I especially enjoy. A...

A taste of Setúbal, Portugal

At the beginning of the 20th century, Portugal's fishing industry was centered in what is now the Peninsula of Setúbal. The sardine factories have...

CULTURE

San Miguel de Allende

Street art in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

One of the first things I noticed upon arriving in San Miguel de Allende’s Colonia Guadalupe some days ago, was the colorful artwork on...
Bukhara non

The art of Uzbek flatbread

Non, the round bread of Uzbekistan, is as ubiquitous as the pot of green tea that accompanies every meal of the day. Inspired by...
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