///18 delicious winter warmers by National Geographic Traveller Food

18 delicious winter warmers by National Geographic Traveller Food


LONDON (Wednesday, 7 November 2018): National Geographic Traveller Food urges food lovers to embrace the season and indulge in some classic cold-weather cuisine. In the latest issue, distributed free with the December’s National Geographic Traveller, we’ve searched the world’s most wondrous winter destination and selected 18 hearty, comforting dishes — from Tuscan bean soup and Swiss fondue to German goose and Nepalese dumplings, these winter warmers are truly worth seeking out.

Glen Mutel, editor National Geographic Traveller Food, said: “At this time of year, it’s perhaps natural to pine for better weather and dream of warmer climes. But I think there’s something to be said for celebrating winter, which is why we’re paying tribute to comfort food – those fortifying, comforting dishes that make winter holidays so special. After all, what tastes better than French onion soup in a Paris cafe on a crisp December day?”

Also in this issue, we explore Mexico’s beloved beer cocktail, the michelada, enjoy a full-on feast in the Georgian mountains, and indulge in the traditional sweets and biscuits of Sardinia. All this, plus guides to the food hotspots of Cape Town, Chicago and Seoul.

In addition, expect the usual mix of thought-provoking features and easy-to-follow recipes from world-renowned contributors.

Don’t miss:

  • Deconstruction: Felicity Cloake on the classic French upside-down dessert, tarte tatin
  • In Pictures: Cod fishing beneath the Northern Lights in Norway
  • My Life in Food: Anita Rani on her favourite street food and why she always carries chilli sauce
  • Five ways with: Jacob Kenedy offers up five great ways to use chestnuts
  • Make Perfect: Tips for making that Scandinavian staple, gravadlax
  • The Pioneer: Gaggan Anand discusses bringing modern Indian cooking to Bangkok

Fast facts
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