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Queen Elizabeth's Drop Scones Are the Perfect Addition to Your Next Teatime

President Eisenhower was a huge fan of these "scotch pancakes."<p>Even if you can't afford to live like the British royal family (apparently, castles in the UK don't come cheap. Who knew?), you <i>can</i> afford to bake like them. In 1960, Queen Elizabeth II treated then-President Dwight Eisenhower and his …

10 Necessary Tips for Baking Simple Bread at Home

Master baker Uri Scheft explains what breads to start with, his yeast preference, and why you might want to start meditating.<p>No disrespect to that loaf you just bought at the supermarket, but once you learn to make bread at home, your life will change. It's a task that may seem daunting. Kneading. …

Baking

19 Recipes to Make the Most Out of Your Cast Iron Skillet

I've spent my whole adult life living in apartments, which means I've never had the space to amass as many pans as I'd like. Practicality dictates that I only buy what I'm really going to use. There are just a couple pans I own that I have no trouble justifying: a carbon steel wok, an eight-inch …

Where to find 10 of Lisbon's best views

Unfolding over seven hills, the Portuguese capital spoils its visitors with viewpoints aplenty. The rugged landscape has you wandering from secluded courtyards overlooking medieval quarters to terraces where you can take in the whole city.<p>This list of spots to see Lisbon from above includes some of …

European Travel

15 Reasons Portugal Is the Country to Visit in 2017

What comes to mind when you think of Portugal? Native son soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo? Or maybe you remember Magellan the Explorer and the Age of Discovery from your history classes. The country on the edge of the European continent has a lot more than that going for it, both in its past and …

European Travel

The Complete Guide To Visiting Barcelona

Barcelona is one of Spain’s (and Europe’s) most iconic cities. It’s a great place to experience Catalan culture, beautiful architecture and …

European Travel

How To Plan and Actually Execute a Large Outdoor BBQ

<i>This piece originally appeared on Fix.com.</i><p>So you have decided to have a large outdoor event at your house and now you need to know how to provide …

9 Unexpected Things to Toss on the Grill This Summer

So, you’ve mastered all the usual stuff when it comes to grilling—burgers, steaks, hot dogs, and every variety of teriyaki kabobs. Ready to try …

The Barcelona City Guide | goop

Barcelona is a city full of wonder and beauty, where there’s a pronounced passion for life, food, culture, and of course, architecture. Where else …

Surfing

The 10 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns in Spain

Spain has more than 1,000 miles of Mediterranean coastline (just for starters), a mix of ancient port cities and resort towns that draw the European aristocracy. But true beauty isn't confined to seaside landscapes—the food of San Sebastián, the art of Málaga, the marbled walkways of Alicante make …

Morella Travel Guide - An Insider's Guide Morella

<b>Travelling through truffle country, winding our way up the mountain road to Morella, I feel overcome by the lush, emerald green scenery, but nervous</b> …

Costa Brava and Barcelona! Best tips for visiting.

[Total: 2 Average: 5/5]<p>We just came back from <b>Costa Brava</b>. We love Spain and its people! Spanish are nice, polite, smiling and helpful. Even though we …

Barcelona

DIY Christmas Crackers

After 8 years of splitting the holidays between our families, this will be the first Christmas that both Dan’s and my family will celebrate together. …

Insider’s Guide to Darjeeling

Tea reigns in <b>Darjeeling</b>, where life is marked by the four harvest seasons: first flush in spring, the second flush in June, monsoon season (yes, it’s a tea season) July-August, and the autumn flush from October into November.<p>British author George Orwell<i>,</i> born in a town west of Darjeeling, was a …

Get paid to travel – become a travel blogger

Could you build a successful career as a travel blogger? This expert guide could help you on your way...<p>Becoming a travel blogger seems like a great …

Marketing

20 Grilled Skewer Recipes to Get You Ready for Barbecue Season

It’s *finally* that time. We’re consistently feeling the sun on our skin, the stores are full of brightly colored fashions and the neighbors are already grilling. Ready to jump on the outdoor-cooking bandwagon? There’s no better grill-ready meal than kabob recipes full of your favorite meats and …

Ultimate Butter Cookies Recipe (some say, it tastes like Jenny Bakery!)

Recipe – The Ultimate Butter Cookies (some say, it tastes like Jenny Bakery!)<p>Posted on Nov 16th, 2015<p>by<p>Categories:<p>When Jenny Bakery arrived in …

Britain’s 10 unmissable stops

Few places pack so much variety into such a tiny space as Britain. The cities tempt with top-class shops and restaurants, and some of the world’s finest museums, while cutting-edge clubs and world-famous theatres provide endless nights to remember. Next day, you’re deep in the countryside, high in …

Scotland

Expert guide to Oxford

When to go<p>There is no best time to visit Oxford, as every season has its charms. In early spring the trees of North Oxford drip with blossom, though May is when Oxford perhaps looks her loveliest. The trees are in full leaf, the students are in celebratory mood and the famous “Bumps” (boat race) is …

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Budget travel: a penny-pincher’s guide to Paris

It's no secret that Paris, by its very nature as a capital, can be pricey and often stars on the 'World's Most Expensive Cities' lists. But with savvy planning and know-how, you can indulge in the city without blowing the budget.<p>Sleep cheaply in historic mansions, fill up on gourmet cuisine, …

France

First-time France: where to go and what to do

France is the world’s top tourist destination and for good reason. There's a lot packed into just one country – artistic and architectural masterpieces, remarkable museums and natural landscapes, and a history harking back far beyond the Romans.<p>Top it off with fine wine, food and a culinary culture …

France

First time Amsterdam: top tips for your first visit to the Dutch capital

Golden Age canals lined by gabled houses, candlelit cafes, whirring bicycles, lush parks, monumental museums, colourful markets, diverse dining, quirky shopping and legendary nightlife make the free-spirited Dutch capital one of Europe's great cities. With so much on offer it can be overwhelming …

European Travel