Ashley A. Stanfield
Ashley A. Stanfield
I love to cook, write, and eat. And I really love to share this information with the world. I started when I realized the amount of misinformation out there in regard to cooking and food. So I decided to start gathering up everything I could, from recipes to cooking tips to restaurant reviews, to create a resource that people would actually use and enjoy. I think it's important to be passionate about food and enjoy cooking it and eating it. This is my way of sharing all that knowledge with you.

Enjoy silken caresses in the Aegean.

The enticingly named Caresse Resort & Spa is considered one of this summertime’s hippest holiday places; Bodrum, on Turkey’s sun-drenched Aegean coast, has opened its own Buddha Bar for the season. Chill out to Balearic beats through the night and via the day front room using the slick resort’s private seashore or its elegant infinity pool.

Learn to prepare dinner like a culinary master.

Turkish Cuisine

Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth has just opened his cookery school in Padstow, Cornwall, named after the Seychelles location where his parents first met. The Mahé Cookery School & Chef’s Table will encapsulate no longer the simplest basics of cooking but also dishes from his pub, The Mariners, in Rock. You can turn your hand to Porthilly Doom Bar mussels, crab and prawn bruschetta, or steamed treacle pudding with custard. Classes will function a most five people. From £195pp, which includes breakfast and lunch

Toon into Asterix

Parc Asterix, close to Paris, celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year and is marking the event with recent studies. Fans of the conventional comedian strip can take pleasure in a dinner party on the Gauls’ desk and percentage an animated dinner with the characters or revel in a new attraction, Attention Menhir!, a Four-D animation where spectators get a flavor of the Babaorum camp. Tickets from £36pp

Rock the Kasbah

During a live at Sir Richard Branson’s luxurious Moroccan retreat, the Kasbah Tamadot, within the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, you can now immerse yourself in neighborhood tradition with the newly launched Authentically Berber Experience. You’ll spend the day mule hiking, taking tea in a local Berber house, and studying to bake bread. £92pp in case you stay at least nights on the Kasbah, rooms begin at £490pn. Inside track: Montenegro’s on a tourism growth

Stay within the Balkans in fashion.

It’s a wonder Montenegro, whose stunning Bay of Kotor is a Unesco global heritage web page, remains pretty unexplored. It’s a long way greener than Croatia, which lies simply an hour up the coast and is much less expensive than Italy. But that experience of being an undiscovered gem is set to trade. Portonovi is a glamorous new 26-hectare lodge under production within the bay, near the captivating, former Venetian town of Herceg Novi.

It includes a marina, several restaurants, and a luxurious Espace Chenot spa. It has been designed as an area for individuals who appreciate both conventional values and originality,’ in line with advertising and communications supervisor Adrijana Husic. Portonovi Village and Marine Sea View Residences might be ebook from August 1, beginning at €350/£313pn, and in 2020, luxurious lodge brand One&Only will open its first European area here.

Wellness at the water

The best way to see Montenegro is from the ocean. Give stand-up paddleboarding a home to the closest airport — a final year, including four days of paddleboarding, stretch periods, hikes, and all-inclusive vegan meals via Atta Street Food for simply £474pp.

Retreat chief Charlotte Lodey advocates ‘the meditative consequences of being on the water, disconnecting from the normal and finding a sense of calm.’ The itinerary — the following one starts on September 19 — is relaxed, with short walks around neighborhood cities (rocking up via paddleboard, certainly), and informal networking is advocated from the ocean to the dinner desk. Accommodation is basic; try an afternoon on the spa and rooftop pool at Tre Canne Motel for something more pampering.

Winery with large flavors

It’s hard to overcome the Adriatic views at Castel Savina winery, an hour from Tivat, set up in 2014. The monastery’s terrace is the place to sample Vranac (Montenegro’s indigenous pink varietal) or rakija, the U.S. festival A .’s lethal spirit of desire.

This summer season, Savina is launching a new dessert wine known as Žižak. A 90-minute tasting of 3 or 4 wines

Dance at the beach.

Now in its 6th yr, the Sea Dance will take the area at a brand new region on Buljarica beach, meters half-hour from the cobbled streets of Budva’s old town. From August 30 to September 1, headliners encompass David Guetta and Sven Väth. Tickets fee £34 plus booking price and tents can be pitched 200 from the seaside.
Fancy something a bit more hardcore?

Tickets from £nine) is three nights of rock songs around Lake Krupac in Niksic, in northern Montenegro, from August eight to ten. You might not have heard of some artists (although we love the sound of Stereo Banana); however, allowing your hair down will be dangerous.

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Turkish pleasure & Cornish delicacies