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Your complete survival guide to the Catalan capital.
One of Tokyo's coffee kings calls it quits after 38 years pursuing perfection
Can the United Nations save something as intangible as a cooking style?
We’ve traveled the world taking pictures of the most delicious food on the planet. Today, we unleash the library through Roads & Kingdoms' new Instagram feed
Matt Goulding on why he loves airline cuisine (and why you should, too)
Why McDonald’s has become an unexpected defender of local taste.
Eating through Singapore, Bangkok and Saigon, in search of the soul of street food
Coke dealers, meta hipsters and the gods of indie rock: A night at Barcelona's Primavera Sound
To understand the chefs behind the newly-crowned best restaurant in the world, start with a meal at their parents' restaurant
His brother may be the most famous chef in the world, but Albert has carved out his own kingdom in Barcelona
Federo Motos is a farmer, a cave dweller and a master of migas, the humble creation of Spanish shepherds
Chicken rice, the world's most complex simple food.
On the road in Vietnam with one of the world's most famous close-up magicians
Ten bites of survival intel for a trip to the Rainbow Nation
The modern coffee movement, as seen through a small café in Stockholm
A long walk through the Luberon Valley, in search of the soul of Provence
Around the Western Cape in 42 dishes
Luke Dale-Roberts' The Test Kitchen represents the most ambitious face of South African cuisine
From seared horse steak to contentious chili sauce to a bowl of perfect sardine-laced pasta, the plates that shaped the first year of Roads & Kingdoms
Inside the workshop of a caganer craftsman
The shitting figurine has been a staple of the holiday season in Catalonia for over 300 years
Without this guide, you'll be confused, broke and hobbled with food poisoning within hours of your arrival. Read up.
These are tense times in South Africa's wine country, but one farmer is facing the industry's troubled past head-on
From farmer strikes and abalone poachers to beach barbecues and experimental kitchens, R&K takes to the ground in the South Africa
One American's attempt to cook a traditional Thanksgiving feast for a crew of Europeans
How did one of the world's best bars end up in a country with so little love for beer?
One man's decade-long pursuit for perfect paella wasn't always the delicious journey he expected
How one very famous restaurant is changing the cuisine, image, and even economy of an entire country
We talk with the force behind Legal Nomads, about the wisdom of taxi drivers and the dangers of llama empanadas
We make the rookie mistakes so you don't have to
An inside look at the creative sessions that fuel the Copenhagen superstar
What 5 hours, 26 courses, and $902.47 worth of food and booze looks like
How the most-hyped restaurant in the world manages to exceed expectations
Can a country be both a treasure trove for tourists and an economic and political disaster? An adopted son explores
Around the island in 41 dishes
The sites, bites, and characters that make Palermo one of the most under-appreciated cities in the world
Redder than a fire truck, sweeter than a mother's love, the Pachino tomato holds the secret to Sicilian cuisine
Few cultures know how to gild the lily quite like the Sicilians. Three island-wide examples of delicious excess
Two Americans, a dozen Sicilians and a four-hour al fresco dinner in the coastal village of Ribera
Roads & Kingdoms goes to Sicily in search of the early roots of American food and culture. Now you can participate.
Anchovies, eels, urchins, swordfish and early-morning smokers slinging their wares in Piazza Carlo Alberto
Cheesy, savory and red as a firetruck, one of Sicily's most iconic pastas bears a striking resemblance to a staple back home
Loud, complex and big enough to feed a village, the Mission burrito is American to its core.
On the hunt for Spain's greatest shawarma
The first time I drank a gin tonic, a real gin tonic, it was three in the morning in an old converted castle in the tiny town of La Alberca, outside Salamanca...
It’s a pizza with an Italian body and an American soul—and a taste that will haunt you for weeks
Trout, beer and serendipity in the valleys outside of Cusco, Peru
The dinner table may be dead in the States, but a hot grill attracts family and friends like a tractor beam
AOC is cooking some of the most exciting food in the world's hottest eating city. R&K gives you the blow-by-blow
With the help of one of our heroes, Naomi Duguid, we discover how to make the food one of the best parts of any trip to Burma.
Denmark may be better known for pickled fish than for emulsified meatstuffs, but it warms the heart to see the love of a good tubesteak is alive and well in Copenhagen.
The tortilla has no better friend than the spit-carved, chile-rubbed pork of the al pastor taco, perhaps Mexico’s most heroic hand-held food. We offer an ode, plus a recipe, for your next Mexican feast.
The blueprint for outdoor bliss, no matter where you decide to spread your blanket
In the wake of last night's Best Restaurants in the World announcement, we offer a taste from the "second best restaurant in the world"
For the third year running, Noma has been crowned the best restaurant in the world. Roads and Kingdoms has a dinner date with the champ next week.
Mountains of grilled onions, sauce stained to your cheeks, cava in your belly: It must be springtime in Spain.
Metal skies loom over gargoyles and ironwork: who needs sun in the City of Light?
Uncovering the secret sauce at Le Relais de Venise, a Parisian Steak Frites powerhouse
South America's most infamous export has a softer side. R&K explores
All birds are not created equal, a lesson best learned from the rotisserie masters of Peru
It may be a traditional source of protein in the Andes, but that doesn't make it go down any easier
The king of Peruvian street food has made its way indoors
Soak up the heart-stopping details behind Peru's most indecent dish.
After six weeks on the road, Matt finds Barcelona deep in strikes and rioting
Matt heads to the high Andes bread capital, but gets swept up in a mind-bending troutfest
His first question wasn’t “Do you have any drugs?” but rather, “where are the drugs?”
After all that blood and salt and fallen acorn, finally a taste.
Peru's national cocktail is a strong candidate for world's finest alcoholic beverage.
For the next eight days, we’ll be just below the equator, reporting on that heady mix of food/culture/war/death/rebirth.
In a matter of 90 minutes, every quaint stereotype that I held about the Germans crumbles like an overbaked Bavarian pretzel.
Vietnam runs on ca phe sua da, rocket fuel for the body and soul.
In this sweaty stew of dissidence and reclining Buddhas, hip-hop is king. R&K hangs with one of Burma's most famous MCs.
When salt meets flesh, magical things can happen.
This is the tough part, but if you want to make ham, you have to spill some blood.
When the acorns stop falling, pigs start dying. And thus begins our tale.
Most men think they were born to grill, but Victor Arguinonziz has smoke and fire in his DNA.
If you were reared on Double-Doubles, every other burger is fighting for second place.
These potatoes barely register on the Scoville scale, but damn are they delicious.
Shrimp paste, purple kryptonite for white people, is the soul of Burmese cuisine.
Inside the pages of one of the world's most pathetic publications.
Pork, lemongrass, chilies, cilantro: What more could you want?
These beauties come from one of the main thoroughfares in Bruges, where tourists make easy prey for any Belgian with a waffle iron.
Dripping with ocean water, gilded with garlic and ginger, these crustaceans make the famous chili crabs of Singapore seem clumsy by comparison.
The concentrated broth is good enough to flood your dome with a rush of umami-triggered endorphins.
Hangovers tremble in fear at the sight of breakfast udon.
The French have their fingerprints all over many of Vietnam’s greatest culinary contributions, including this bowl.
What started out as a lifeline has turned into a routine: squid, eggs, bread, cava.
When an Italian pizza master told me Japan is making the best pies in the world, I had no choice but to investigate.
Kaiseki cuisine at its finest, elegant and sophisticated enough to eat in a kimono on a tatami mat, but just willd enough to leave your head spinning.
This isn't just America's most decadent piece of poultry, it's also a glimpse into the future of the South.
For the Western traveler, uninitiated in the deeper contours of Burma’s spiritual eccentricities, Mount Popa really boils down to one thing: misbehaving macques.
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