In Santiago, Chile, the food and beverage offerings have provided fresh reasons to visit the city and take in its culture.
In Belize, the Toledo Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE) works to implement initiatives for the conservation of the area’s Barrier Reef.
In Skåne, Sweden, guests of Pure Food Camp are given an immersive education on Swedish food and culture.
In Hawaii, climate change is an immediate and growing concern, addressed by recognizing the power of seemingly small indigenous resources, like taro root.
In Washington D.C., a vibrant food scene finds a home in America’s capital.
In Athens, Greece, coffee culture is vibrant and diverse, and an integral part of the city’s daily life.
Mumbai vibrates with life, with a range of dining options that reflect multicultural influence in a modern, international city.
In Athens, Greece, an ancient city is sprinkled with modern food options that visitors will find satisfying at any time of the day.
In Belize, Copal Tree Distillery creates sugarcane-based rum, and seeks to support its community in the process.
In Portland, Maine, a coastal New England town offers a diverse selection of dynamic options for eating, drinking and adventures.
Life & Thyme contributors Mike Davis and Allison Zaucha document their culinary findings as they travel from Maryland to Los Angeles.
In Sicily, the active volcano that is Mount Etna provides a diverse agricultural catalogue of culinary specialties.
In Sicily, a gathering culinary movement is evidenced by events like Cibo Nostrum, in restaurants and through efforts by those like culinary agency, La Cook.
In the Kreuzberg district of Berlin, Germany, Markthalle Neun has been given new life, and has become a destination for tourists, locals, and food lovers from all walks of life.
In San Juan, Puerto Rico, a dining scene as vibrant as its people, and as inspiring as its surroundings, beckons visitors and locals alike.