Recent Posts

Outdoor Travel: Experiencing Patagonia’s Most Beautiful Landscapes
Curated Lists / Experiences / Go / Photo Essays / Photography / South America / Travel / Travel Guides

Outdoor Travel: Experiencing Patagonia’s Most Beautiful Landscapes

If you enjoy this post, please subscribe to Epicure & Culture by email, leave a comment below, and share on share on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. Thanks for visiting!You’re probably wondering why I would bother writing a guide on outdoor experiences and landscapes for a destination that is almost […]

Photo courtesy of Salt & Straw.
Best Bites / Drink / Food / Go / North America / Tasty DM / Travel Guides

Epicure’s Guide To Artisanal Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon, is possibly the most sustainable city in America. Farm-to-table isn’t a trend, it’s a given. Carbon neutral and energy-efficient building models aren’t trends, they’re the norm. Artisans work together instead of cut-throat competing in order to create interesting products and a thriving community. This spirit of activism and […]

Pin It
Danish design work by Arne Jacobsen. Photo courtesy of seier+seier.
Art / Europe / Travel Guides

Top Places In Copenhagen For Danish Design Nerds

One thing Copenhagen, Denmark, is well-known for its functionalist design and Neo-Modernist architecture. While buildings incorporate steel, glass, wood, natural stone, brick and gravity-defying layouts into their designs, local artists continuously make advancements with inventions like the Egg Chair and the Swan Chair. For those who want to explore Danish […]

Pin It
Green Tea, Shabushabu And Kushiage: Epicure’s Guide To Japan’s Kansai Region
Asia / Curated Lists / Drink / Food / Restaurants / Tasty DM / Travel Guides / Yum

Green Tea, Shabushabu And Kushiage: Epicure’s Guide To Japan’s Kansai Region

From the high-quality green tea of Uji to the rich soba culture of Izushi to Osaka’s hearty soul food, Japan’s Kansai Region is made to be explored through the tongue. While many may associate Japanese food with rice, sushi and miso soup — which are all important parts of Japanese […]

Pin It
Sommelier Certification: A Guide To New World Southern Hemisphere Wines
Africa / Drink / Oceania / Sip / Sommelier Certification / South America / Tasty DM

Sommelier Certification: A Guide To New World Southern Hemisphere Wines

“By definition, what is the difference between Old and New World wines?” Our instructor for today’s Sommelier Society of America certification course is Tad Drouet, a Certified Wine Educator (CWE) through the Society of Wine Educators. After talking extensively for the past five months about Old World wines, it’s finally […]

Pin It