5 lucky foods to eat over New Year

5 lucky foods to eat over New Year

The week between Christmas and New Year is normally full of meeting up with friends and family members, eating cold cuts, and finishing the chocolates no one else wants. On New Year’s Eve, you might make a resolution and hope for a fantastic year ahead, but did...
Beers from around the world

Beers from around the world

I love beer. I recently marked out a route for an InterRail trip which was based almost entirely on regional beer. The lad in me says “Quality! Wonder if I can fit in a cheeky Nando’s…” The adult in me suggests I might have a problem. Joking...
5 Spanish drinks you don’t get here

5 Spanish drinks you don’t get here

Let’s talk about Spanish drinks, shall we? No, not sangria. I’m not sure if anyone actually drinks sangria in Spain. I’ve never seen it being drunk by anyone other than tourists, but if you know different, let me know! You may or may not know that...
Tea from around the world

Tea from around the world

Tea is one of the most popular non-alcoholic drinks enjoyed by millions around the world. In the UK, we drink on average 165 million cups a day and Britain is the second largest tea-drinking nation after Ireland! Like many Brits, I simply cannot function properly in...
Cheese from around the world

Cheese from around the world

Cheese is a nutritious food made mostly from the milk of cows, but it can also be produced by other mammals, too, such as sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, camels and yaks. Around 4,000 years ago, people started to breed animals and process their milk, and that’s...