the national dish of Brazil, black beans cooked with fresh and smoked meats and accompanied by traditional side dishes.
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Top tips, advice, technical know-how, photo ideas… and a glass of something cheery. Our series of informal chats are tailored to fit in with your busy lives. Travel Geeks: Rush Hour is just an hour long, and offers you the chance to hear from our experts, share a drink and join in the lively debate.
In this event, our panel discusses food tours: Which ones offer the most authentic cuisine? And how do you avoid the tourist traps?
Sometimes it’s better to discover a place through your stomach, and whether it’s through the barbecues of Nashville or on a tapas trail of Seville, you can dig deep into a destination’s history and culture through its larder.
Our panel will answer all your questions about where to go, what to do and how to do it. All you have to do is come armed with a curious mind, your burning questions and any ideas you’d like to discuss.
Audrey is an award-winning foreign correspondent who writes the regular ‘Eat’ feature for National Geographic Traveller. She’s happiest when learning about, and sampling, global culinary cultures.
Chris began at G Adventures as a tour leader inCentral America more then a decade ago. Her favourite cuisines are Peruvian, Mexican and Vietnamese.
Jonathan has managed some of the world’s top fashion models and photographers. He also finds time for food and travel writing, private catering and hosting global culinary tours.
With a background in marketing, food, and performance, Rome-based Kenny has travelled, and eaten, his way through more than 60 countries in Europe.
Moderated by Jo Fletcher Cross, Contributing Editor, National Geographic Traveller (UK)
Cooking demonstration with Viz Eat
VizEat connects travellers and hosts from around the world to share a meal, make friends, discover culture from the inside and enjoy an authentic and unique experience.
Tickets: £10 — includes a free glass of wine or soft drink, plus nibbles
6 December: Rail Travel