On the occasion of the launch of the new brand campaign "Delicious Journeys", we asked five personalities – chef and gardener, manager and property owner – to tell us what they see as the enchantment of travel and the essence of taste. Proof, that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Saint-Denis is a city of diversity. It is inhabited by 135 nationalities and is where the final resting place of the kings and queens of France stands next to another great cathedral, one erected to the gods of football. The city was one of the great industrial centres of Europe...
This is our answer to the call of the unusual. To the mystery of the weird and wonderful. To the belief that life is unpredictable and that we should embrace the curious as often as we can to truly “suck out all the marrow of life,” as Henry David Thoreau put it.
People say that it takes three times for our brains to register something that we hear or read about, however, when two chefs friends with soaring standards tell me that I should visit a restaurant, it goes straight to the top of the list, underlined and in bold.
In our series featuring forgotten vegetables, introducing a dash of variety into the kitchen for the last few chilly winter days, we move onto the black radish, the lesser-known radish with its unique charcoal exterior and crunchy, peppery taste.