Life & Thyme contributing writer Sheila Lam shares her experiences as a Canadian expat living in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Meet Keshab Rai from Nepal who is the founder and chef of a "thela" serving up delicious street food to the local community.
Of the two hundred Greek islands, the Cyclades, a group of fifty-six islands, are world famous. Oia, a small town on Santorini Island, is home to the iconic white walls and vibrant shades of culture.
In Bangkok, your dinner options should lead you straight to the street food scene where there is something to satisfy just about anyone.
Athens Central Market—a centralized, culinary hub since 1875 where the community shops for fresh meats, seafood, vegetables, cheeses and spices.
In the heart of Toronto there is a place where people, art, and food get it on. If you’re craving it, chances are you’ll find “it” here. Welcome to Kensington Market.
New Orleans in the fall comes with a reawakening of energy, outdoor life, and a chance to spend time with loved ones over food, drinks, and an easy life.
Tokyo's Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world. Over 2,000 tons of product is handled per day amidst the chaos of the bustling market and the daily tuna auctions.
An age-old landmark, Paloquemao Market remains as one of the most important markets for fish, produce, and purveyors in the city of Bogota, Colombia.
To love food is to love night markets. Especially in Taipei.
During the holidays, lunch in France routinely stretches past the four-hour mark with champagne, good food, and lively conversations.
During the winter season, the French coast of Charente-maritime is famed for its bounty of seafood delicacies and the honest life of a fisherman.
Melissa Ryan reflects on a recent trip to Kigali, Rwanda where she traveled through the Kimisagara Market to procure ingredients for a local restaurant.
Contributor Cristina Sciarra visits Angoulins-sur-Mer, France during the holiday season for a chance to reflect among family, food, and her fiancé.
An afternoon in Santa Barbara. A day to think, reflect, explore and laugh. Walking foreign streets, sipping espresso on Spanish-inspired staircases, taking pictures, watching the world go by.