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oranges et clous de girofle*

Traditional Christmas oranges with cloves: totally made these as a child. Pushing all those cloves in made my little child fingers hurt, but they sure did smell good!

7 Best-Ever Strawberry Breakfasts | Food & Wine

7 Best-Ever Strawberry Breakfasts

© Tara FisherHealthy Monday: This lovely berry porridge, made with rolled oats, is especially good because it’s not too sweet: There’s no added sugar.Recipe: Oatmeal with Strawberries, Toasted Walnuts and Skyr

Summer in Belgium means mussel season: North Sea mussels, which are fleshier and larger than French ones, are harvested June through April, and cooked either in a classic vegetable and white wine broth or in beer. Served with fries, they're the unofficial national dish. Do as the locals do, and pick out the mussels using an empty shell as tongs. Try it at: Poules Moules, Bruges

10 Things You Should Eat in Belgium

Summer in Belgium means mussel season: North Sea mussels, which are fleshier and larger than French ones, are harvested June through April, and cooked either in a classic vegetable and white wine broth or in beer. Served with fries, they

Salmoriglio per pesce spada (o grigliate di carne)

Salmoriglio per pesce spada (o grigliate di carne)

Deep-fried new potatoes vendor, Fangbang Lu, Shanghai

Deep-fried new potatoes vendor, Fangbang Lu, photo by UnTour Shanghai

SingaporeClifford at Singapore’s Fullerton Bay Hotel acknowledges one popular component of travel: drinking. But instead of going the mimosas-and-bellinis route, Clifford offers its guests a special Saturday Hangover Brunch, where sleepy travelers can kick off the recovery process with eggs cooked to order, hearty savories like sausages and waffles and—what else?—Bloody Marys.

The Best Hotel Brunches in the World

The Clifford Pier at Singapore’s Fullerton Bay Hotel pulls inspiration from both…

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