?Breaking Borders? follows Peabody Award-winning journalist Mariana van Zeller and acclaimed chef Michael Voltaggio as they travel to conflict zones around the globe with a unique and challenging goal: gto gather people from all sides of the conflicts for an amazing meal and animated discussion in search of common ground and hope for the future. In the series premiere, airing on Sunday, March 15 at 9:00pm ET/PT, van Zeller and Voltaggio travel to the Holy Land to get a better grasp of the current Israel-Palestinian conflict. Voltaggio collects ideas and ingredients to make his first-ever kosher meal to serve as a culinary connection for their dinner guests.
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A Bit About Me: My name is Dalila Sanabria and I am a lover of travel. Since turning eighteen... -
I?ve added an LGBT column for the website to make the site more inclusive and talk about issues that affect some members of our travel community. In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road,... -
South entrance to the walled city of CartagenaThe relationship of the Catholic Church and theAtlantic Slave Trade went hand and hand.Â The colonial walled city of Cartagena on the Caribbean coast of ColombiaÂ has been on my radar to visit for a... -
Press image from Michelin.It was a mix bag when the Michelin Nordic Guide 2017 was announced the other day... both happy and sad news for Stockholm. The sad news was expected as two of Stockholm 2 star restaurants have closed in the past few months:... -
Whether your child is enchanted by the sounds of the ocean or would love to see a giraffe on safari, this month?s Lonely Planet Kids? creative challenge is all about seeing the world through the eyes of your explorers-in-training!
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ran a quick little piece last week with a few good suggestions on maximizing an Italian trip:
Go to Venice. There?s just nowhere like it. Don?t expect the cuisine to be anything like what you imagine Italian cuisine to be. It?s a legume-based... -
?Look a snake? yells my travel companion as I see a checkered keelback slithering away into a small stream right beside me. I am in the heart of the forests, experiencing a facet of wild Goa . But this is not the Goa that I know. To begin with the... -