Peking duck: the complex history of a Chinese classic

Offering an irresistible combination of flavours and textures, this classic Chinese dish has a long and complex history — and a cooking process to match.

Five recipes from Zuza Zak's new book, Amber & Rye

Discover five recipes from Zuza Zak's second book, Amber & Rye, which takes readers on a journey through Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Photo story: cooking with the gauchos of Argentina’s Sierras Chicas

Take a seat outside and enjoy asado-cooked meats and empanadas, gaucho-style, among the rolling hills of northern Argentina.

CLOSED: The National Geographic Traveller (UK) Photography Competition 2021

The prestigious annual competition is back for its 10th year, with six categories and a selection of fantastic prizes. Have you got what it takes to win?

Photo story: the historic diners of Arequipa, Peru

With a heritage stretching back centuries, the picanterías of Peru’s second-largest city dish up delicious portions of traditional comfort food every lunchtime.

A year in travel photography: the best images of 2020

In a year like no other, National Geographic Traveller (UK) and National Geographic Traveller Food have continued to bring you the very best in travel. Sate your wanderlust with our editors’ favourite photography from the past year.

Photo story: from barley fields to whisky barrels in rural Scotland

Large swathes of the Scottish countryside are coated in golden barley fields — an ancient, humble crop that's key to producing the country's legendary whisky. 

Where to eat Thai green curry from Bangkok to Belfast

From backstreet kitchens in Bangkok to highly rated restaurants in the UK, these are the top spots to try Thai green curry.

Sifnos: Greece's gourmet island

The island of Sifnos holds food at the heart of its landscape and culture. The birthplace of Greece’s first celebrity chef, it’s a place where locals embrace culinary rituals that have been kept alive for centuries.

Photo gallery: How Ecuador is falling back in love with chocolate

With Ecuador hailed as the birthplace of chocolate, local producers, chefs and farmers are once again being creative with cacao.

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