The week kicked off with a visit to Paola Calciolari, known to many as the Queen of Italian jams. Calciolari has excelled at making jams known as mostarde, which get a fiery kick from pungent mustard oil.
She's opened a small laboratory called Le Tamerici in the town of Mantua in Northern Italy. She uses ingredients like white watermelon, red onions and orange zest to creat unique flavors that pair well with cheeses like burrata, parmesan and grana padano.
Inspired by our travels throughout Italy we decided to explore the wonderful world of mozzarella cheese. We discovered 26 amazing facts that we were excited to share with you.
For example, did you that that Mexican Oaxacan cheese is a distant cousin of mozzarella? Or that the term ''mozzarella" became official back in 1570 thanks to chef Bartolemo Scappi? Check out many more fun facts about this famous Italian cheese.
From Italy we went on to explore the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. We traveled like the locals do and discovered frituras, the best street food on the island.
The best place for frituras is a coastal town called Piñones, where colorful shacks line the roads and the sound of drums can be heard in the distance. It's a fun place that is a must in any itinerary for the island. Get the full scoop here.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.