August in review
Here’s a round-up of our print products that came out over the last couple of weeks.
National Geographic Traveller (UK) October 2021 issue — out on 2 September
The October spotlights the Deep South, and in the wake of Hurricane Ida, the thoughts of the team go out to all those affected — as our cover story shows, the destination is hugely resilient. The feature explores its landscapes, food and legendary music cities, encompassing the diverse, melting-pot states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and South Carolina.
Also in this issue, we meet a new generation of locals transforming adventure travel in the Seychelles; go off-grid in Northern Ireland’s Sperrin Mountains; tour the unspoilt beaches of western Latvia; and discover the culinary revolution sweeping Porto. Other destinations featured in the magazine include Macau, Switzerland’s Vaud Canton and Florence.
Issue 13 (Autumn 2021) of National Geographic Traveller Food (UK) — out on 2 September
With overseas travel now more feasible than at any point in the past year and a half, National Geographic Traveller Food (UK)’s Autumn issue invites you to explore some of Europe’s tastiest food trails. Embark on a tour of the Continent, whether it’s searching for the Big Five — langoustine, lobster, oyster, shrimp and mussels — on a seafood safari in West Sweden; seeking out Kalamata olives among the groves of the Peloponnese; or sampling sweet cannoli on a pastry tour of Sicily.
Inside the new edition of this special-issue series, we also meet the new generation of distillers making experimental spirits in Scotland; sample some of world’s tastiest truffles in Western Australia; and meet the bakers bringing flavours from all over Asia to the US city of Portland. There’s all this, plus the culinary highlights of Singapore, Dubai and Lisbon.
Wales food guide — out on 2 September
Working with Food and Drink Wales, the Welsh Government’s Food Division, the National Geographic Traveller (UK) team created a guide celebrating the country’s culinary offerings.
The 52-page guide, distributed with issue 13 (Autumn 2021) of National Geographic Traveller Food (UK), is a timeless dive into the very best of Welsh cuisine, from the care with which the ingredients have been produced or grown to how they were used in the past, how they’re being transformed by modern chefs and, most importantly of all, where readers can find them. Featuring dishes, recipes and a celebration of culinary traditions and modern fare.