Food you should travel the world for. But have your favourite feasts been missed from the list?
Afternoon tea at Bettys of Harrogate invokes a gentler, less-rushed era with a quintessentially British atmosphere and a classy brew.
2. Fresh British asparagus, UK
Nothing quite beats cutting home-grown asparagus spears straight from the soil, just as you put on a pan of water to cook them.3. Marinated BBQ'd lamb, New Zealand
Successfully mastering a marinated lamb cutlet on the BBQ and cooking the tender meat over charcoal is a male rite of passage.
4. Beluga caviar, Russia or Iran
Fine Russian or Iranian beluga caviar is one of life’s little luxuries.5. Breakfast at The Wolseley, London, UK
Breakfast at London’s buzzy, old-world brasserie The Wolseley is an institution.
6. Catching and cooking a mackerel on a beach, Australia
Catching your own mackerel to cook there and then on the beach is the stuff of every foraging foodie’s fantasy.
7. Dining at Chez Panisse, California, USA
Chez Panisse – founded in Berkeley, California in 1980 – continues to set the standard for classy yet simple, earthy cooking.
8. Chocolate fondant pudding, anywhere!
Chocolate fondant pudding – are there many things more satisfying than cutting into its soft sponge and watching that rich molten centre ooze out?
9. Eating a hotdog at a baseball game, USA
Amid the roar of the crowd, the jingles that play on a home run, surrounded by pals, and above all thousands of baseball-mad Americans the taste of a hot dog is truly sublime.
10. Coffee and croissants in a Parisian café, France
Hot, fresh butter croissant direct from the ovens of a Parisian corner café with a steaming cup of coffee, while you sit and watch the hustle and bustle pass by.
11. Collecting and cooking fresh eggs, anywhere!
Collect freshly laid eggs from a warm nest, set a pan over a simple fire and cook them.
12. Cooking curry from scratch, India
Making a curry from scratch is a real revelation as you pound, grind or whizz up your own curry paste and the aromas take over the kitchen.
13. Cornish clotted cream, UK
Rich and thick clotted cream is a simple must-have on any fruit scone.14. Curing raw fish (gravlax), Scandinavia
Marinating or 'curing' raw fish is something everyone should try for themselves – it's simple and very tasty.15. Fresh seafood by the sea, the Mediterranean
Mini-breaks by the sea are made for crab sandwiches or platters of seafood to share while boats bob up and down on the water and seabirds soar overhead.
16. Chocolate éclairs, France
Crisp light choux, oozy Chantilly cream and best-quality chocolate, there are few things more enjoyable than devouring a delicate éclair from a typically French boulangerie.
17. Woodland glade picnic, anywhere!
Fill a hamper with elderflower cordial, egg and cress sandwiches, sausage rolls and scones and find your nearest wild wood – very fairy tale.18. Blackberry picking, UK
Try picking ripe blackberries from a laden hedgerow you've stumbled upon during a family walk, plump and warm from a British summer sun.
19. Greengages, France
Greengages – part of the European plum family and are rich, juicy and ripe which has become a somewhat forgotten culinary treasure.
20. Baking your own bread, anywhere!
More and more people are rediscovering the joy of baking homemade bread – a humble loaf can be baked in next to no time and fills your kitchen (or picnic basket) with incredible aromas.21. Fresh honeycomb, Europe
Whether on idyllic islands in Greece or little-known villages in Kosovo, cut straight from a hive, fresh honeycomb is a real treat. Honey like this – in its most natural state – can be eaten just as is. But it’s also delicious melted on hot toast.
22. Visiting Jemaa el Fna square, Marrakech, Morocco
Marrakech’s Jemaa el Fna Square is one of the world’s great meeting places where people congregate before grazing their way around stall-upon-stall of sizzling street food.23. Making homemade ice cream, Italy
Making your own ice cream is unexpectedly easy and very satisfying – the beauty being that you can create your own flavours as you go. Where better to learn the skill than in the birthplace of creamy, tempting gelato.24. Early morning breakfast at Carnegie Deli, New York City, USA
Manhattan landmark The Carnegie Deli has been making what many consider NYC’s best sandwiches since 1937 and, as it’s open from 6.30am to 4am, it's perfect for that out-of-hours snack.
25. Wild British strawberries, UK
Discovering a patch of wild strawberries in a field or meadow is a real treat. Much smaller (but tastier!) than anything you’ll find in the shops, they’re tiny and magical with an intense sweetness.
26. International wine trail, South Africa, California, Europe, Australia...
A wine trail is a brilliant way to learn more about wine – and the country that produces it.
27. British ale with a Scotch egg, UK
Scotch eggs are best enjoyed with a pint of British ale, as you savour the crisp coating, nicely seasoned sausage-meat and inner egg cooked just-so.
28. Guinness at The Stag's Head, Dublin, Ireland
The Stag’s Head in Dublin is centuries-old and while once a stomping ground for iconic writer James Joyce, and used in many a movie, they also know how to pour the perfect Guinness for punters to enjoy.
29. Dawn fry-up at Smithfield market, London, UK
Breakfast with the crack-of-dawn butchers of London’s Smithfield meat market is a secret, city experience for devotees of the Full English.
30. Street food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The capital city’s street food is the real deal: a melting pot of flavours that mixes Malay with Chinese and Indian in the sprawling food markets.
31. Sushi at Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan
Each morning hundreds of different species of fish pass through Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market – the world’s biggest wholesale fish market and the perfect place to get the freshest sashimi and sushi.
32. Takeaway fish 'n' chips, UK
What could be more British than fish and chips wrapped in paper and smothered in salt and vinegar, enjoyed while sat on a harbour wall?
33. Tapas in San Miguel Market, Madrid, Spain
At night, Madrid’s San Miguel Market transforms into a beautiful beacon for culinary connoisseurs, with a mass of tapas bars that open for the sole purpose of communal eating.34. Toasting a haggis with Scotch whisk, Scotland
Bagpipes, Robbie Burns, cock-a-leekie soup, neeps and tatties and plenty of single malt – toasting a haggis on Burns Night is an institution of Scottish life.
These 34 foodie experiences have been taken from Kenwood's ultimate 50 food experiences list, chosen by TV chef Simon Rimmer, critic Giles Coren and writer William Sitwell. Find out more and check out the final 16 tasty past-times here.Would you add sizzling steak from Argentina, salmon fishing in Alaska or freshly-baked pizza from Naples to the list? Post your favourite foodie experiences below.