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Denmark Danish Streak

Spread across the blissful outcrops of Denmark, small restaurants, farms and artisan producers wait to inspire, as Michael Raffael finds out on an island-hopping tour

Denmark isn’t a landlocked country. It’s a crazy jigsaw puzzle of islands hanging on by a flap to Europe. They connect by bridges, ferries and by air. Sometimes they all but touch – part of Copenhagen is on Zealand, another on Amager. Bornholm, a large one, is the far side of Sweden. Several are in private hands. Good hands too. For instance, Claus Meyer, co-founder of Noma, owns tiny Lilleø and has a vineyard and orchard there. What they have in common is their topography. They are flat-ish.……

  • Galicia

    Galicia, Spain Galicia

    A bounty of sought-after seafood, classic and new-wave wines and culinary traditions exist in Galicia – perhaps that’s why so many pilgrims flock to northwest Spain, says Fiona Sims

  • Hip Up North

    Portland, Oregon Hip Up North

    Artisan producers, flame grills and food trucks are part of the cult of food in Portland. Fiona Sims makes a pilgrimage...

  • Tortelli Town

    Mantua Tortelli Town

    From the feasts, art and awe-inspiring architecture of the Renaissance to modern chefs keeping its traditions alive, Italy’s Mantua has plenty to get stuck into, says Carla Capalbo

  • Haute cuisine

    Bolivia Haute cuisine

    Its extreme altitude and vast salt flats have long captivated travellers. Now, thanks to a trailblazing restaurant project in La Paz, Bolivia is rivalling its Latin neighbours in the kitchen too. Ed Stocker pays a visit

  • Breaking Bread

    Jerusalem Breaking Bread

    Jerusalem has long been a city of traditional tastes, but heartening alliances across sectarian divides are now giving a modern twist to its seductive and diverse cuisine, says Clarissa Hyman

  • Blue velvet

    Asturias Blue velvet

    A hidden corner of northern Spain, Cabrales preserves its bygone way of life as it does its food. Pungent cheese, bean stews and game are all on the menu for Michael Raffael

  • French connection

    New Caledonia French connection

    Heading to a Pacific island paradise doesn't mean totally abandoning fine European cuisine, as Alex Mead discovers on a trip to Gallic-infused New Caledonia...

  • Slov Food

    Slovenia Slov Food

    Timeless country cooking is matched by the talent of innovate chefs in Slovenia, whose fusion of cultures translates to the kitchen. Anthea Gerrie visits its eastern provinces for a closer look

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