BBC Good Food ME takes off for gastronomic adventures with The World at her Feet
publication offers Culinary Journeys for foodies throughout 2013
DUBAI-UAE, 7th January 2013: BBC Good Food Middle East and The World at her Feet have collaborated to offer food lovers international gastronomic adventures in 2013. Culinary Journeys, the initiative by the region’s leading food magazine and the women’s travel group plans priceless insights into authentic culinary travel experiences to top destinations around the world. Subscribers and readers of the BBC Good Food ME magazine can join the cooking tours to exotic locations including Morocco, Greece, Brittany and Indonesia.
This March 2013, Culinary Journeys will depart to Morocco to explore the richness of this fascinating country both in food and culture. Rich in regional cuisines that have been influenced by multiple cultures, Morocco offers intriguing discovery of spices and scents in its cuisine. A gastronomic vacation for food lovers, the group will depart from UAE on 15th March 2013 for a 6 days/5nights trip exploring traditional and authentic tastes of this celebrated nation. Set against the backdrop of the majestic imperial city of Marrakech, amongst graceful palm trees and beneath the snow-capped Atlas Mountain ranges, lies the traditional style cooking school where travellers will experience hands-on master-class with high profile Moroccan chef using traditional ingredients in old-style kitchen.
“ We are very excited about this exclusive campaign – a first for any magazine in the region - which reiterates our brand promise to offer our readers unique foodie experiences. BBC Good Food ME believes in uncovering authenticity in global cuisines, and where better to do that than at the destination itself? We are delighted to be partnering with an innovative organisation like World at Her Feet and look forward to sharing these memorable experiences with our valued readers,” said Sudeshna Ghosh, Editor BBC Good Food ME.
“In 2013, we are expanding into niche travel segments including culinary tours. The synergy with BBC Good Food ME will allow us to offer members and readers opportunity to experience these specialized culinary adventures to destinations that celebrate authentic cuisines. We are excited about the debut journey to Morocco” said Paulomi Bhatt, Founder, The World at her Feet.
Rich in history and flavours, Moroccan cuisine is one of the most exotic in the world and this extraordinary Culinary Journey invites you to explore secrets of traditional cooking. Subscribe to BBC Good Food ME and join food lovers in their quest to discover world cuisine – for registration and more details log on to www.bbcgoodfoodme.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE WORLD AT HER FEET
The world at her feet is a travel organization run by women and for women. It is aimed at the woman traveller who out of choice chooses to travel alone. Their escorted adventure trips save you up to 30-40% off the price of traveling the same itinerary on your own. As a women-only travel organization the participants in these trips can be married / single or partnered. Mothers and daughters, sisters, friends and co-workers sometimes join us as a pair. Many women travel alone because their spouses/companions don't like to or don't have time for travel. Their tours offers a sense of camaraderie, a supportive environment, and special features designed just for women, and one of the advantages of our tours is that you will make new travel friends. Many women come back with friends they made on prior trips.
About BBC Good Food ME magazine
BBC Good Food Middle East is the regional edition of one of the world’s most popular food magazines. It is the definitive foodie read in the Middle East, with tried & tested recipes, the latest food news and views, chef interviews, restaurant updates, features on culinary destinations around the world and lots more. The monthly glossy is published by CPI Dubai, one of the region's leading publishing houses.
The brand also includes the BBC Good Food Food Club, an ever-growing community of foodies, membership for which is completely free. Food Club members get exclusive access to free masterclasses from top chefs, discounts at various restaurants and other foodie goodies.