Food and Wine
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13 May 2015
Three of our Italy docents explain what we can learn about 16th-century food traditions and habits by looking at the art from that period.
22 April 2015
We look at the best beers and wines of Berlin, Prague, and Vienna with our experts.
14 April 2015
We look at Tuscany, our newest program in Italy, with all its incredible art, architecture, food, and wine.
19 March 2015
Looking to try something new in Paris? Docent and culinary expert Preston Mohr shares five offbeat cheeses to nibble on your next trip.
24 December 2014
Get ready to enjoy the rich Neapolitan Christmas tradition by exploring the city’s most delicious Holiday season treats.
13 December 2014
This guest post from Victoria of One Dish Closer helps you pick an alternative Christmas meal in London.
2 December 2014
Paris-based cocktail expert Forest Collins shares her advice for the perfect holiday cocktail and the special recipe made specially for Context!
30 August 2014
Five useful tips on exploring offbeat Lyon, UNESCO Heritage city, gastronomic center and second largest city of France.
5 August 2014
Learn a bit more about the principles of hot and cold food in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
30 June 2014
Culinary docent Adrienne Kovats gives us her top selections for how to visit Montepulciano in Tuscany.
7 June 2014
We explore the culinary world of Barcelona with cook, food writer, and Context docent Sophie Ruggles.
5 June 2014
Step inside our Italian Cooking Class in Rome to learn about the basics of Italian cooking and cuisine.
20 May 2014
We explore the “locavore” movement taking hold across Parisian kitchens.
4 May 2014
To whet your appetite for our soon-to-launch Nishiki Market walk, we’re looking at some of the delicious and unusual foods you’ll find at Kyoto’s four-hundred-year-old covered market.
18 April 2014
Our food docent, Renan Yucel, takes us on a journey through the sights, sounds and smells of Istanbul’s incredible markets.