Monday marked the announcement of the 2013 edition of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. The culinary vanguard, Noma, has fallen to the second spot, only to be overshadowed by Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca. Located in Girona, they are one of three Spanish restaurants earning a place in the top ten (making Spain the most well-represented nation on the list). I am happy to see that Mugaritz is still holding strong at number four – can’t wait to visit this fall!
Europe. I have struggled to write this post because my attempts to convey my exhilaration for the gastronomic aspect of this trip have been paltry at best. How does one describe the depth and breadth of culinary history, culture, tradition, … Continue reading
One of the most thrilling parts of 2013, for me, will be the prospect of travel. This year I plan on cramming in every last little bit of travel while I have the opportunity. Anyone who has been bitten by … Continue reading