Europe and Middle East

Eating Andermatt

Rupert Parker takes a culinary tour of Andermatt and discovers military uniforms and Swiss Army Knives have been decommissioned in favour of chef whites and kitchen knives.

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Andy Mossack joins the Bailey Arctic Adventure

It may seem a tad extreme, but proving a point in the harshest way possible is a powerful message. And Bailey of Bristol, a family-owned manufacturer of caravans and motor homes, seems to have cornered the market on proving the durability of its products.

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Eat Turin and Piedmont

This varied landscape, coupled with different climates, means that there’s a wide range of produce available and the cuisines of neighbouring Liguria and France both influence Turin’s gastronomy.

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Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress

In my time, I’ve stayed in many places that have been converted into hotels, including lighthouses, prisons, lunatic asylums, but Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress is in a former Fiat car factory.

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Exploring Switzerland’s Jungfrau Region

There are a lot of eggs in Switzerland’s Jungfrau Region. Studying a map of the Bernese Oberland I immediately spot Grosse Scheidegg, Brandegg and Winteregg in the mountains above Interlaken.

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The Jones Family Project

A 70s-style bar awash in greenery portrays The Jones Family Project as a probable purveyor of right-on clean eating. But appearances deceive; huge hunks of prime rib, rumps of hoggett and primeval pork tomahawks are what drive traffic to this serious Shoreditch steakhouse after sundown.

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