Tuesday

London Eats World: Serbia

London Eats World: Serbia

In my attempt to eat around the world without leaving London, I've ended up in the Balkan. I have to say that it was incredibly hard to find a place that serves food from the countries that once made up Yugoslavia. Other than Taste Croatia at Borough market which sells fab fig based oils and vinegars, all I could find was this random Serbian pub in Battersea called Paya and Horse.

Saturday

St Nicolas in Holland

St Nicolas in Holland
Photo by Wester under Creative Common Licence
The Christmas season starts early in the Netherlands. Around mid-November a white haired dude called St Nicolas and his reliable helpers, who are all called Black Peter, travel to Holland by steamboat.

Thursday

The Mudejar Route in Andalusia

The Mudejar Route in Andalusia

The Mudejar Route is 75 kilometres long and located in the hinterland of Andalusia. It takes in the small, white-washed towns of Arenas, Archez, Salares, Sedella and Canillas de Aceituno. They all have Mudejar remains that are still in a relatively good state. A few weeks ago my parents and I drove along part of the route and visited Archez, Salares and Sedellas.

Tuesday

London Eats World: Bulgaria

I'm trying to eat my way around the world without leaving London and this week I found Bulgarian food at a coffee shop/mini market in West Hampstead.

London Eats World: Bulgaria
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