Carla Capalbo

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I'm an award-winning food, wine and travel writer and photographer...and I practically live in my car. Read my articles on decanter.com and zesterdaily.com
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Portugal’s Famed Madeira Likes It Hot | “Where are the vineyards

Portugal's most famous export, madeira, goes against popular wine making conventions, embracing heat and air make to make it even better.

Edna Tuwei of the Kivulini Trust for pastoralists in north Kenya. Women are usually charged with most of the manual and agricultural labor. Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Edna Tuwei of the Kivulini Trust for pastoralists in north Kenya. Women are usually charged with most of the manual and agricultural labor.

The Fight To Preserve Traditional Pastureland | Climate change and political borders are just two of the challenges facing the world’s 200 million to 500 million pastoralists — women and men practicing animal husbandry, be they nomadic, transhumant or sedentarized. Herders from five continents recently came together in Shillong, northeastern India, at the second Indigenous Terra Madre (ITM) to discuss these issues […]

Herders from five continents recently came together in India to discuss climate change, political borders and other problems facing pastoralists and their pastureland.

Finger millet and charoli nut pancakes are on the breakfast menu at the ITC hotels, Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Finger millet and charoli nut pancakes are on the breakfast menu at the ITC hotels, Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Naan bread bakes in the tandoor oven at Bukhara restaurant. Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Naan bread bakes in the tandoor oven at Bukhara restaurant.

In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite | Chefs can play an important role in the fight against climate change by helping to reduce carbon emissions and sourcing local foods, even when working in luxury hotels. Manjit S. Gill, executive chef for the eco-award-winning Indian group ITC Hotels, is a champion for a sustainable, greener approach to dining. He oversees the food for […]

Chef Manjit S. Gill combines luxury and sustainability in Indian restaurants.

In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite | Chefs can play an important role in the fight against climate change by helping to reduce carbon emissions and sourcing local foods, even when working in luxury hotels. Manjit S. Gill, executive chef for the eco-award-winning Indian group ITC Hotels, is a champion for a sustainable, greener approach to dining. He oversees the food for […]

Chef Manjit S. Gill combines luxury and sustainability in Indian restaurants.

In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite | Chefs can play an important role in the fight against climate change by helping to reduce carbon emissions and sourcing local foods, even when working in luxury hotels. Manjit S. Gill, executive chef for the eco-award-winning Indian group ITC Hotels, is a champion for a sustainable, greener approach to dining. He oversees the food for […]

Chef Manjit S. Gill combines luxury and sustainability in Indian restaurants.

Matosinhos: mercado do peixe  by E.Rocha

Matosinhos: mercado do peixe by E.

Women bundle freshly cut rice for threshing in Mosakhia. Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Women bundle freshly cut rice for threshing in Mosakhia.

Shillong has one of India's largest and most colorful markets. Credit: Copyright 2015 Carla Capalbo

Shillong has one of India's largest and most colorful markets.

The Fight To Preserve Traditional Pastureland | Climate change and political borders are just two of the challenges facing the world’s 200 million to 500 million pastoralists — women and men practicing animal husbandry, be they nomadic, transhumant or sedentarized. Herders from five continents recently came together in Shillong, northeastern India, at the second Indigenous Terra Madre (ITM) to discuss these issues […]

Herders from five continents recently came together in India to discuss climate change, political borders and other problems facing pastoralists and their pastureland.