The wonderful old distillery and museum Van Kleef is a gem in the heart of The Hague.
The Hague (Den Haag) is steeped in history with an abundance of restaurants offering international cuisines. Deciding is the real challenge.
The place now known as Scheveningen used to be just a fishing village with a very small connection to The Hague.
From a straightforward star shape to an intricately detailed snowflake, your holiday cookie creations are bound only by your imagination.
Fertile farmland stretches over rolling hills which then give way to lush green river valleys, followed by sleepy rural communities, and then more farmland.
Yorkshire, with its breathtaking scenery, has many hidden treasures yet to be explored, and among the most interesting treasures are its amazing tastes.
You won’t mange to see it all in Brazil but if you can, take the time to escape the cities and enjoy the food.
In the Black Forest region at the southwest end of Germany, eating a slice of Black Forest Gateau is almost poetic.
Celebrations are just never complete without the food that forms an integral part of the festivities – Easter is no exception.
Food carts in the Philippines started the old-fashioned way – wooden carts installed with wheels for easy towing or attached to a bicycle.
Climate is not the only influential factor shaping Russian cuisine – the sheer size of the country and its cultural diversity also played a significant role.
Burns Night celebrations are held every year on January 25th to honour Scotland’s favourite son, poet Robert Burns – haggis is optional.