Food & Travel
The world’s tastes and treasures.
World leaders served lunch made from 'trash' at United Nations
Chefs cooked a lunch made entirely of food that would have ended up in garbage bins, highlighting the extraordinary waste in modern diets and its role in worsening climate change.
Instastink: A couple of Instagram photos of Rio’s bay pollution problem
GlobalPost took a tour around Guanabara bay, the main staging ground for the Olympic sailing events. We didn’t have to wait long to see some disgusting stuff.
You know how Ukraine’s becoming more Western? Now it’s got craft beer
They're even drinking Obama stout.
Titanic's last luncheon menu expected to fetch up to $70,000 at auction
More than a century ago, first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding.
Rescuers head to crashed Indonesian plane
Rescue teams were heading to the site of an air crash in rugged eastern Indonesia Monday after villagers found the wreckage of a passenger plane which went missing with 54 people aboard, officials said.
Germany gasses or shreds 45 million newborn chicks each year. And it's not alone
Farmers and animal rights activists are not convinced by the agricultural authorities' plan to stop the practice.
Finally, a 'gay couple holding hands in public' video that won't ruin your day
Thank you, Lisbon.
Check out this hidden gem in Nicaragua that tourists always miss
Visitors to León are usually just passing through on their way to go volcano boarding. That's a mistake.
Despite a glut, British supermarkets are suddenly running out of milk
This is all the result of a global domino effect.
US investors tap into African beer market
The continent's youthful demographics combined with local production are a recipe for a profit.
Myanmar braces for a sleazier breed of tourist
Sex, drugs and backpackers — oh my.
There's feces-covered cilantro in your guacamole because of labor abuses in Mexico
The FDA ban isn't just a contamination alert. It's a rare window into the labor that brings produce from the farm to our tables.
What Americans have been missing out on in Iran
A lot has happened in 35 years.
Nicaraguans are going organic, but some farmers are very skeptical
'What we used to buy at the market, we now produce ourselves.'
Watch a 9-year-old Scottish kid eat the world's hottest chili pepper
You've been good all week, reading wonky stuff about Greek debt and the Iran nuclear deal. Here's your reward.
What Starbucks really tells us about sub-Saharan Africa
There's a growing middle class in sub-Saharan Africa. But that's not the whole story.
The Amazon's answer to cocktail sausages? Fried palm weevils
You’d be surprised how good giant bug larva tastes.
If you want to try Singapore's famous street food, you'd best make your trip now
Growing wealth and changing tastes threaten the country's reputation as a global food mecca.
The company that brought you the ‘poop cruise’ is now sailing for Cuba
Carnival Corporation has gotten permission from the US government.
Uruguay’s marijuana experiment is evaporating (VIDEO)
GlobalPost's Will Carless went on the Cannabist Show to discuss Uruguay’s pot progress.
What if Mexicans celebrated Fourth of July the way Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo?
"Let's put some traditional ketchup on everything!"
Germans are trolling Greece with 'Grexit' vodka cocktails
Greeks say they can handle a bit of dark humor, even from their leading creditors.
Spanish guitar virtuoso plays Michael Jackson's 'Beat It' like you've never heard
It's hard to believe Miguel Rivera is just playing one acoustic guitar.
Foodmageddon could be just 3 steps away
This report of hypothetical scenarios is kind of scary — and that's good business for the insurance company that commissioned it.
FOUND: A cheese so delicious, it could unite us all
Get on a plane right now to Nicaragua to try quesillo, the messiest cheesy goodness you'll ever taste.
France just ruined Nutella for everybody
You should be ashamed of your Nutella addiction, but not for the reason you think.
Venezuela has really cool speakeasy eateries for not-so-cool reasons
One Caracas clandestine restaurant serves 16 people under a mango tree, with retro artwork, and vintage vinyl records as place mats.
Dear America, this is what you look like when you visit us. Love, the World
How do you spot an American? Here's what the rest of the planet thinks.
Google Street View goes underwater for #WorldOceansDay
'Mapping the ocean is key to preserving it.'
How doughnuts were invented
Happy National Doughnut Day!
British tourists are worried about refugees and ISIS ruining their vacations
The UK's most popular newspapers are vilifying desperate immigrants.