Celebrate National Afternoon Tea Week across Britain: August 11-17

It's one of Britain's best loved foodie traditions and a delightful opportunity for visitors from abroad to get a taste of the local culture … and now a whole week's been set aside to celebrate the ever so British institution of the afternoon tea.

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4 of Summer’s Bests in Paris

As one of the foodie capitols of the world, Paris is often considered the leader when it comes to trends in cuisine. So what’s on the menu for this summer?

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Happy National Ice Cream Day! 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About the Chillest Dessert Around

National Ice Cream Day –also known as literally the perfect excuse to eat a heaping scoop of ice cream –is this Sundae (pun intended). To celebrate, here are five things BuzzFeed scooped up about our favorite frozen dessert.

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A Sweet Tooth Tour of Europe

One of my favorite things about traveling in Europe is the vast array of delicacies to satisfy my sweet tooth. Each country has its own specialty sweets made from recipes that have been handed down (and perfected) through generations of pastry chefs. Pain au chocolat in France, ensaimada in Spain, viennoiserie in Denmark…it’s impossible for me to choose a favorite. Here are my recommendations for tempting treats to try as you travel across the continent.

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Time For Tapas! Do’s and Don’ts of Eating Tapas in Spain

We walked into a tapas bar in Zaragoza looking to make tapas our meal. On our second day in Spain, we were in every sense, tapas novices. Tapas in Spain aren’t merely little dishes served throughout the day and evening. They are little pockets of Spanish culture. To understand eating tapas in Spain and to ensure you uncover the best, through trial and error, I learned the dos and dont’s of eating tapas in this country.

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