I love breakfast, particularly breakfast when I'm travelling. It's a chance to steer away from the formulaic Western style and get into something more interesting.
Granted, there are plenty of logistical challenges that come with serving hundreds of people at 37,000 feet. But some airlines undoubtedly pull it off better than others.
A gin-tasting tour near London's Tower Bridge puts a fresh flavour on an old part of town.
Forget everything you think you know about vending machines.
Including the best places for scones with clotted cream and fish and chips, of course.
Australia is not the only country to contribute something interesting: plenty of nations around the world have devised their own special versions of coffee.
The food and wine makers here really love what they do and it shows.
Tokyo's neon-lit yokocho (alleyway dining spots) are overflowing at all hours.
Champagné in north-eastern France has a host of new offerings including a luxury hotel, new tasting experiences and Michelin-star restaurants.
This fast-evolving city in the Canterbury region is foodie heaven.
That long, long dinner gets even better when you can flop into a luxury room just metres away.
Breakfast with a view of the spectacular coastline is a good start.