Lidgate’s is a carnivorous cook’s dream! There’s a huge selection of meats, fish, poultry, sausages, cheeses, pies, condiments, cured meats and deli items.
The Edinburgh farmers market had everything: produce, cheese, a bridal couple, dogs, paella, olives, breads…a plethora of products and people-watching.
Close your eyes after taking just one bite of the Spaghetti Carbonara at Da Corradi in London and you’ll expect to find Northern Italy when you open them.
Photos & haiku for St. Paul’s: I’m in love with the night, the cathedral, the moon, and London.
In London, following a character from Sarah Jane Stratford’s book Radio Girls down a street where I’ve been – the Strand.
Haiku about a visit to this garden cemetery on a typical London afternoon, cool and foggy, with the subtle air of mystery and contained excitement that the city always holds for me.
A multinational look at arepas, the traditional Venezuelan bread stuffed with various fillings. They are a big hit at the Edinburgh Farmer’s Market.
An Edinburgh pub dating back to 1680 dishes up a meal that is worthy of the ages.
Foodie-worthy, hipster-appropriate, gorgeous views: I highly recommend the Waverly Mall food court in Edinburgh. And don’t miss the Butcher Bad Boy burger!
Nighttime photos of the ever-changing but never-dark sky in the Scottish summertime.