Three square meals a day?
Everybody eats - we have to, to survive. For some, food is a neccesity that is lacking. And for many, it's an irresistable passion. Here's DW content relating to the topic of food.
In Milan, Chinese finger food is becoming such a trend that its Chinatown is reportedly the country's fastest growing real estate area. This zesty neighborhood is an example of the collaboration between China and Italy.
The "Nordic Diet" focuses on traditional Scandinavian cooking but with more vegetables… like cabbage, turnips, leeks and beetroot, plus whole grains, nuts and lingonberries galore. There's a big emphasis on local sourcing and even, for the most hard-core, food foraged in the wild. John Laurenson reports from Denmark on how the Nordic Diet is moving mainstream.
The UN's Food and Agriculture Organization estimates the Dry Corridor is experiencing one of the worst droughts in the last ten years, with over 3.5 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. In Nicaragua, farmers are now learning to adapt to the ever harsher climate conditions by monitoring rainfall. Lise Josefsen Hermann went to explore. Her report is presented by Samantha Baker.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband, Richard Ratcliffe, told British media that his wife had eaten some food in prison. The 40-year-old Iranian activist was detained by Iranian authorities on sedition charges.