Mozzarella and the City: Where to Get the Good Stuff in London

Mozzarella di Buffalo (buffalo milk mozzarella) has become something of a celebrated cheese in London lately with new mozzarella bars opening and fine dining establishments featuring it prominently on their menus. A good number of quality delis, pizzerias and restaurants around town now carry the proper white stuff. Here's a look at a few of the best.

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Five International Sandwiches

Although many Americans tend to claim them as our own, sandwiches are an international culinary phenomenon. It’s amazing how much diversity can exist between two pieces of bread. Here are five sandwiches all globetrotters should try at least once (and I’m willing to bet you’ll go back for more).

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Three Foodie Finds in Parma, Italy

Located in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, the city of Parma has been around since antiquity. Home to the renowned University of Parma, it is, however, most famous for a certain kind of cheese…that’s right, Parmesan. Parmesan cheese isn’t the only thing foodies will find appealing about this northern Italian culinary city. Here are three things all foodies should try while they’re in Parma.

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Four Fine Dines in Parma, Italy

The bustling little provincial town of Parma might not be your first choice for an Italian vacation, but this age old Roman settlement nestled within the lilting hills of the northern Italian region of Emilia Romagna has a few things going for it. The surrounding area is absolutely gorgeous. Milan, the beach, Tuscany, the Alps, Bologna and other must-see hot spots are all short drives away. But unlike those places, there are far fewer tourists mingling about and prices for just about everything in Parma are much cheaper than elsewhere in the area.. And – most importantly – when in Parma, you are absolutely guaranteed to dine in fine Italian style.

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Five French Cheeses You Should Know About

Most Americans know about Brie and Camembert (and feel quite sophisticated when they serve it as an appetizer). However, if you really want to “Frenchify” your cheese selection, here are five others you should add to your cheese plate---speaking of, if you really want to be French about it, you should serve the cheese after dinner and before dessert. Most of these cheeses are available in specialty grocery stores in the U.S. and, of course, readily available throughout France. The next time you’re in France, make sure to visit a crémerie (cheese shop) and taste a variety of cheeses so that you can add to this list!

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