A new generation of Lebanese winemakers is turning to native grapes and creating a unique identity for the country's wine that looks to the past, and the future.
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Foraging for mushrooms in the brush near Umm Qais, fishing for tuna in Aqaba, visiting grape farms with volcanic soil in the fertile Mountain Heights Plateau, enjoying a fine-dining menu of locally sourced ingredients in Fakhreldin, one of Amman’s most famous restaurants. These are only a few activities that will make up Farm to Fork Jordan’s culinary-focused travel itineraries.
On Monday, McDonald's franchisees and community organizers kicked off a 90-day protest at the chain's global headquarters in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago to confront what they say are predatory practices against Black-owned franchises.
I'm an American who has lived abroad for 10 years. Between the pandemic and the election, 2020 has been the weirdest year to be away from my home country.
2020 was a very weird year to be an American abroad.
The shell of a former nightclub in Beirut is now a makeshift kitchen that prepares more than 1,000 meals a day from a giant community oven.
Article for the Travel section of The Independent.
A travel guide to Franciacorta, a region in Italy known for sparkling wine.
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Beirut during the past two months, marching against the political elite that demonstrators say is a corrupt group that mismanaged the country’s finances to cause the worst economic downturn Lebanon has suffered in decades. It’s tiring work that requires sustenance, and this has come in the form of soup kitchens.