Palm Beach, Miami is an incorporated town within a 16-mile long barrier island at the easternmost area of Florida.
In FWT Magazine Issue Six – World Cuisine – we skip around the planet to sample the local cuisine and, in doing so, we meet the people.
Welcome to Issue Five of the quarterly FWT Magazine: food wine travel It gives us great pleasure to bring you another issue, this one themed “USA & Canada.” I was born in the USA and live most of the year…
Welcome to FWT Magazine Issue Four FWT Magazine Issue Four is themed Latin America & the Caribbean. In this issue we will travel to Saint Lucia in the Caribbean; through Mexico’s Riviera Maya and on to the southern tip of…
In this issue you will sample (judiciously, we hope) Chilean pisco; wine in its many forms, including sparkling and rosé; Kentucky bourbon whiskey; artisan sake; premium and craft gins; rum; and brandy (if you think brandy is just a way to make Coca-Cola taste better, think again). By the way, we also sample chocolate and coffee on this journey. And, if “still on your feet,” you will travel on this quest to Costa Rica, South Africa, Australia (has some of the oldest grapevines in the world) and its island state of Tasmania; in France: Champagne, Bordeaux, and Provence; to Austria, Switzerland, Nova Scotia, Sardinia, and Chile. And, in the USA: Louisiana, Breckenridge (not to ski this time), San Francisco, Central Coast of California, and Temecula. Enjoy the journey. I hope you like this issue, and please let us know what you think of our magazine.
In this month’s interview, we sit down with IFWTWA Board Member Marc d’Entremont, also a member of the American Culinary Federation, and ask him five questions about how he became a chef.
In this issue you will visit Cologne; Salzburg – where we will will find out about the filming of The Sound of Music; be welcomed in Albania; enjoy the culinary delights of Italy, Spain and France; see Vienna, of course. We interview the Marketing Director of Costa Brava, Girona, Tourism and find out what makes Catalunya such a draw for tourists. Then we follow the route of Alexander the Great from Greek Macedonia (and check out the wine while we’re there) to Athens, through the islands of the Aegean Sea across to Turkey, then – still with Alexander – down into India. And, in our Gear Column we share the road warrior’s secret for staying connected abroad. I hope you enjoy this issue and send us letters!
In this issue, readers travel to British Columbia, Australia’s Kimberley Gorges, Portugal, Martinique, Scotland, France, Central America, Hawaii and beyond. Learn how to discover luxury cuisine in your own backyard. Enjoy the trip!