After a full-filled look at the events of last year we kicked off 2015 by taking a look ahead at eight culinary destinations we expect will rise in popularity. Can you guess what they are?
Here are some hints: there's a region that serves spiced pigeon pie, another is known for a rice dish known as 'Moors and Christians' while vegetarian 'thalis' are popular in this other part of the world. Join us in discovering amazing culinary destinations from Havana, Cuba to Wellington, New Zealand and other delicious places in between.
DINING WITH CLEOPATRA
We ended the week by answering an interesting question through the ages: what did Cleopatra eat? The most famous Queen of Egypt was rumored to be a foodie who hosted extravagant banquets.
Our research revealed not only the fact that Cleopatra had an appetite for only the best food but that the Egyptians were the precursors of the Mediterranean diet. They used extra-virgin olive oil, light cheeses, vegetables, legumes, grains, aromatic herbs, and enjoyed meals based around meat and fish.
Read our in-depth feature to find out all about Cleopatra's extraordinary palate.