Published On: Sun, Feb 4th, 2018

A haven for the globetrotting gourmet

Chris MorvanBy Chris Morvan

You wouldn’t believe how excited I was to find a dripping, stinking piece of Brie in a supermarket chiller last week. But then you probably haven’t spent the last four years in countries where what you might call “good food” hardly exists.

It would be unfair to name names, and the places I’m referring to have their redeeming features, but it’s the kind of situation where it doesn’t matter how much you are prepared to spend, you can’t buy good stuff because they don’t have any.



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