The five best traditional Christmas markets in Europe

Visiting one of Europe’s famed and fabled Christmas markets is a must. Here are what we consider the best of them for pure Yuletide charm and old-time authenticity.

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Eastern cuisine trends in Melbourne: Vietnamese specialties

The Melbourne foodtaster is more prepared than most to ‘give everything a try.’ Vietnamese food therefore, along with other Eastern flavours, goes down fairly well, doesn’t it ‘Digger’?

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Oktoberfest in Munich: a guide to the world’s ultimate beer festival

Say ‘prost!’ to Oktoberfest. Everything you need to know about the infamous and fantastic Munich Beerfest – the history, the language, the beer.

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Top class Aussie cuisine that’s taking over the world

For those who are not yet familiar with Australian food, or curious about what they could find on an Aussie’s table – we’ve come up with a shortlist of four dishes you just have to find and taste for yourself…

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Biscay breezes and sipping on French history

Western France is a food and wine lover’s ultimate adventure, laced with a juicy history.

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UK immigrants can find a sense of ‘home’ through food

2016 will be remembered as the year ‘diversity-angst’ came out the closet with a bang! Social documentary photographer, Tanya Houghton’s recent exhibition suggests that a powerful way to dissolve such fear is through food.

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Make the perfect winter Aussie meat pie with a dash of English ale [RECIPE]

COOK THIS: Tuck in to a bit of Australian nostalgia by exploring the art of the humble meat pie… but now with a good ole British kick.

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How does the food takeaway culture differ Down Under?

Asian styles of cooking are the most sought after in Australia, but that’s not surprising considering the amount of Asian immigrants who have settled Down Under over the years.

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An expat’s joy: discovering English cuisine is actually pretty damn great

Whilst some would consider the term ‘English cuisine’ an oxymoron, I disagree. I think the British have mastered simple comfort food. And how about the pub Sunday roast.

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London’s Bad Egg diner lives up to its name [REVIEW]

Do not be fooled by bottomless specials. Some are worth every penny; while others can simply go straight to the bottom of the brunch list.

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The best 5 food markets in London

Every foodie has to hit these markets for a mouthful on a visit to London.

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Battling the traveller’s curse: beer induced weight gain

Some tips on how to continue to indulge your traveller’s liquid courage cravings, whilst also preventing the inevitable bar fight caused by the button on your jeans bursting off under the pressure of your growing gut.

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6 ways to stay fit and healthy on your holiday

Follow these simple tips and you can maintain your fitness while enjoying your travels to the max at the same time.

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Putting on The Ritz for high tea in London

There is a quintessentially British thing that you simply must do when you’re in London – Afternoon Tea at The Ritz.

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Dreams fulfilled in Florence

On a long weekend in Florence to get away from his kids and celebrate his wife`s 40th birthday, CHARLIE INGLEFIELD found a city aglow in its glorious past.

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