Turkey’s answer to New York’s pizza slices or London’s fried chicken wings is a special beef burger cooked in milk, garlic, and mint, covered up in tomato sauce, and slapped in the middle of a golden bun.
When I pick up a tomato, a set of data pops up on the screen in front of me telling me where the tomato was grown, as well as its nutritional properties and even its carbon footprint.
“Istanbul’s best breakfast” is a hard title to claim and defend in a sprawling city with more than 15 million people, but the queue outside Van Kahvalti Evi confirms that this place is brunch royalty.
"If politics wants to remain relevant and be useful to citizens, it needs to change its approach," says Kristina Persson
Mici are to Bucharest what hot dogs are to New York City. The recipes for these little grilled sausages are jealously guarded by cooks around town, who sling thousands of them to hungry Romanians every day.
Gino Sorbillo is considered Naples's best Neopolitan pizza maker, but between run-ins with the local mafia, a restaurant fire, and an influx of tourism, his road to success hasn't been easy.
Casal di Principe is a Sicilian town that has been ravaged by the Camorra, the local mafia, but one local restaurant is fighting back with food.
"The Outpost" was founded in the wake of the Arab Spring, and today it's still trying to keep that movement's ideals alive.