Stuttgart, a south German city that's the capital of the Baden-Württemberg state, is not the most obvious place to go for a short break. With so much industry in Stuttgart, it's no surprise that the city's biggest attractions are its car museums. Located in different parts of the city, the Mercedes Benz and Porsche museums are both filled with supercars and you don't have to be a car aficionado to go there. The area around Stuttgart is famed for its Swabian cuisine and the city has various gourmet food walks dedicated to discovering the local delicacies.
When it comes to national celebrations, our neighbours on continental Europe really knows how to do it in style; Sweden has midsummer, France has Bastille Day and the Netherlands have Koningsdag. There is one country whose National Day has perhaps more visitors than inhabitants - the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Tomatoes, sliced. Dressed with truffle honey. That's it. No grand revelation of ingredients. Except that it's incredibly addictive as a salad as the acidity of the tomatoes blends with the nectar of the honey. Simplicity at its best.
The national dish of Spain is often considered to be the paella, but did you know it comes from Valencia? Or more precisely, the area around the Albufera Natural Park to the south of the city, where rice is grown using water from the lake.
Each and every year since the inaugural list was published in Restaurant Magazine in 2002, chefs, journalists and gourmands wait in hot anticipation for the announcement of the World's 50 Best Restaurants. From a lonely feature in a, perhaps, little known trade magazine in the hospitality industry, the awards have grown to be something well regarded and highly commercialised across the world.
Many years ago when I went on my first holiday as an young adult, paid for with money earned from my first part-time job, I opted for Italy. At the time I was very much in love with Italian food, though admittedly didn't really know anything about it.
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