Cookies are a lovable dessert no matter where you’re from. They can be soft or crunchy, and sometimes they’re stuffed with nuts, chocolate, or fruity jams. Different cultures across the world make their own kinds of cookies. We’re taking you around the world to see how different countries make this tasty treat. MORE AROUND THE
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(CNN) — The shock announcement that the United States is suspending travel into the US from 26 European countries in a bid to halt the spread of novel coronavirus increases the global restrictions on worldwide travelers. With the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on Wednesday, countries around the world have been
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Nordic cuisine is currently having a moment in the global spotlight, but in the north of Sweden – far from the Michelin stars and molecular gastronomy of Stockholm and Gothenburg – sustainability and seasonality have been a part of the food scene since before it was on-trend. Deeply rooted in nature and tradition, Swedish Lapland
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) — On the surface, Kuala Lumpur, city of 1.8 million people, is a modern metropolis filled with shopping malls and skyscrapers. But beneath that urban buzz lies a city of cultural and historical diversity, fueled by a mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences. For instance, just nine miles (14.5 kilometers)
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Barcelona is a place that is known for having a history dating back over 2,000 years. In recent times, the city has become world renowned for offering fantastic food and drinks in its restaurants and bars. Nothing seems better than having a taste of the city´s history and culinary wonder in one sitting. Therefore, we
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Founded on the sands of Palm Beach in 1896, The history of the Breakers relates to the history of the location, as just before the turn of the century, high society in New York, Chicago and Miami began coming to the pristine shores of a long strip of island called Palm Beach. Today, guests walk into
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A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent’s patch is seen as she helps travelers place their bags through the 3-D scanner at the Miami International Airport. Joe Raedle | Getty Images Three airport security screeners based at Mineta San Jose International Airport in California have tested positive for the new coronavirus, the Transportation Security Administration said
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(CNN) — So your flight’s canceled, but you need to get home or to that important business meeting ASAP. Perhaps you’re just nervous about transiting through a busy airport with other passengers. Most of us are handling coronavirus-related disruption by staying put, but for those in a travel predicament with dollars to burn, there’s an
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