the churchills


IN THE LAP OF THE GODS: Kathmandu Valley, Nepal - photography: Gentl & Hyers - text: Isabella Tree - CNTraveler August 2013

THE NEW ADVENTURES OF OLD CUISINE: Gascony, France - photography: Gentl & Hyers - text: Michael Ruhlman - CNTraveler July 2013

LAIKIPIA,CENTRAL KENYA - photography: Christopher Churchill - text: Sophy Roberts - CNTraveler April 2017

  • “Sausage prepared by Dominique Chapolard, who grows the grains his pigs eat on his farm.”
  • “Turmeric, coriander, buckwheat greens, and tree tomatoes are among the staples at one of Bhaktapur’s markets. Nepal’s spicy cuisine isn’t all vegan, though - most people also eat meat.”
  • “An offering to the Hindu god Ganesh, consisting of vermilion, chrysanthemum, pomegranate, juniper, rice, cotton, and lentils.”
  • “Still life of local fruits at Kate Hill’s Kitchen at Camont cooking school.”
  • “Lunch at Arijiju, including chili beef, green papaya salad, and ginger-steamed bok chop.”
  • Winston Churchill: it's nice to finally meet you and America, Mister President.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt: it surely is. It's nice to see both England and America interacting quite nicely with one another, despite how America explained England's personality to me...
  • Winston Churchill: oh I heard about America from England too! More swearing in my side, I'm sure. But now that I look at it, they're not so bad with one another- ...
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt: um, Mister Churchill? Is everything okay-?
  • Winston Churchill: I ship them.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt: what??