Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

“Zaza knows that the wine made in qvevri takes out all concern from the body, it helps the heart to work properly, and all different kinds of diseases. Zaza...

Colorful and ebullient, filled with music and dance, Georgia is finally on the brink of having the moment it so richly deserves. Georgia the country is a deep...

Twelve years ago in Moscow I sat inside a restaurant that resembled a small village. Slatted bridges curved up over a stream, and wooden awnings protected...

Two years ago I lived in Paris for the month of July while going to the Paris Writing Academy. I rented an apartment in the 5th arrondissment (or, borough)...

If you read last week’s post, you’ll remember I was floating through Burgundy, France on what was basically a buoyant wine-tasting room simultaneously...

We were sinking. I’d never been on a canal cruise and had no idea what to expect, certainly not this. It got dark as a concrete wall crept up my cabin...

Heading to Greece (or a Greek restaurant) for the first time? New to Greek Food? Here’s a quick rundown on a handful of the most popular dishes you’ll come...

Your guide to all the best restaurants and eats throughout Santorini, Greece...

There’s a crazy legend in the Hungarian wine region of Eger about “Bull’s Blood.” It morphs, expanding and contracting depending on the storyteller,...

Buda or Pest? Buda, hilly and regal, provides a spectacular backdrop for walks along the Danube. On the Buda side, the golden Castle glows like a crown on the...