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Devon and Cornwall

A couple of years in the past, visiting Devon in a moist and windy summer time, chef Margie Nomura, host of the Desert Island Dishes podcast, stumbled throughout Beachhouse cafe on a soggy canine stroll at South Milton Sands.

“We had been fortunate to get a desk and warmed up with steaming bowls of contemporary mussels and probably the most scrumptious prawns,” she says. A testomony to contemporary components and easy cooking, it was “a kind of memorable meals the place, within the second, every little thing was good”.


The identical homeowners run a second cafe, Schoolhouse, across the coast at Mothecombe. And this Easter they’re launching bedrooms at their new gastropub, Harbour Home, in Flushing in west Cornwall, in order that’s additionally on her wishlist for this summer time. From February, Nice British Menu chef Andrew Tuck is coming in to supervise menus throughout all three websites.

Andros, the Cyclades, Greece

Seafood at Mèlisses, a luxurious guesthouse on the Greek island of Andros {Photograph}: Lucy Laucht / Melisses

Bre Graham has been plotting her return to Andros within the Cyclades ever since she first visited the island 5 years in the past. “It’s very lovely and residential to a very thrilling meals scene,” she says. The meals editor and author is planning a return journey this summer time to Tou Josef restaurant, to eat roast child goat with vine shoots and lemon sauce, native goat’s cheese with spiced loquat jam and yoghurt with wild figs. “It’s on the high of a hill, so that you drive up winding streets to achieve it and also you’re rewarded by unbelievable sundown views and probably the most scrumptious meals,” she says.

Additionally on her Andros wishlist is a meals retreat run by Allegra Pomilio and Mimi Thorisson at Mèlisses, a luxurious guesthouse overlooking the Aegean: “Final time I used to be there, I stayed on a ship as a result of I used to be crusing between the Cyclades; however I might not suggest that if, like me, you shouldn’t have sea legs.” As an alternative, Graham goals of basing herself in certainly one of Mèlisses’ all-white bedrooms and exploring the island from there.


“A good friend of mine, Anastasia Miari, wrote a cookbook known as Yiayia, which is all concerning the regional cooking Greek grandmothers do. I want to dwell contained in the pages of that guide. Beginning on Andros.”

Piedmont, Italy

Visiting Piedmont’s misty hillsides, vineyards and villages throughout truffle season is a superb foodie expertise, based on Dan Keeling, co-founder and editor of Noble Rot eating places and journal. “Historic villages teetering above the rolling Langhe hills give off a definite Recreation of Thrones ambiance,” he says. Keeling likes to go in November, as soon as the season is beneath manner, to style the brand new wines from the makers he buys from.

First cease is at all times Il Centro within the village of Priocca, a family-run restaurant with fashionable bedrooms. Keeling cites chef Elide Mollo’s “joyful renditions of native classics”, corresponding to veal tartare, peppers filled with tuna, and tajarin (skinny tagliatelle) with white truffle, as among the finest within the area. In the meantime, her son Giampiero Cordello’s intensive assortment of barolos and burgundies provides him cellar envy.


Half an hour away, on the “at all times wonderful” wine bar Centro Storico in Serralunga d’Alba, Alessio Cighetti affords a “equally awe-inspiring” choice, and among the finest charcuterie Keeling has ever eaten. “Not less than as soon as in your life it’s value making a visit there to eat a plate of Cighetti’s soften within the mouth, hand-cut Bettella hams,” he says.

Costa de la Luz, Spain

Upmarket tapas at El Faro in Cadiz, Spain

The Costa de la Luz is on the wishlist for cookbook author Ed Smith: “A two-week journey, with Cádiz at one finish, Zahara de los Atunes on the different and a seaside within the center, is my form of vacation. It’s not an apparent foodie vacation spot like, say, San Sebastián. That provides to the attraction.”

He suggests beginning in Cádiz: “It’s received historical past, incredible structure, nice gentle and, if you happen to’re self-catering, superb entry to contemporary fish by way of the market. There’s additionally an excellent upmarket tapas place there known as El Faro. It does the very best tortillitas de camarones [battered shrimp fritters].”

Iris, a boutique lodge in Zahara de los Atunes on Spain’s Costa de la Luz

Throughout the bay is El Puerto de Santa María, residence to the Osborne sherry bodega, and extra tapas locations. Down the coast, Zahara de los Atunes is thought for its tuna fishing and can also be residence to Iris, a boutique lodge run by London restaurant luminary José Pizarro which affords meals experiences. Smith, who’s co-author of Welcome to Our Desk: A Celebration of What Kids Eat In every single place, says that one of many benefits of consuming in native tapas locations is that youngsters are welcome: “It’s a great way for teenagers to strive new issues – if not the ocean urchin, maybe the tomatoes and bread.”


Cagliari’s San Benedetto market is “unbelievable”, says Letitia Clark, an illustrator and cookbook creator primarily based in Sardinia. Go to and also you’ll spot native “caramelly” pecorino and inexperienced camone tomatoes, in addition to the island’s well-known bottarga (salted gray mullet roe) – “scrumptious if you happen to like fishy issues: it’s type of salty and barely candy and bitter on the identical time”.

Handmade pasta at Domu Antiga B&B, Sardinia

She recommends staying an hour’s drive inland at four-bedroom B&B Domu Antiga, “run by the enterprising Lai household, who cowl all bases, producing pure wine, olive oil, honey and cheese ”. Cookery courses can be found, as are set-menu suppers primarily based on what they produce – “possibly fried courgette flowers from the backyard after which a pasta dish with a few of their very own lemons. Additionally they make very nice home made pickled greens, which they serve heat.”


Generally there’s meat, typically not, however there’s at all times a conventional dolce – “assume almonds and honey”.

Close by vacation cottage Mario Cesare, run by the Lais’ daughter, Giulia, can also be value staying at “for the breakfast alone”, says Clark, whose guide Wild Figs and Fennel will probably be revealed in April. She provides: “Giulia gathers blackberries and bakes them right into a pie or a cake, which is served beneath a fig tree with the household’s home made ricotta and honey.”

Skåne, Sweden

‘Good for lengthy lunches’: the waterside restaurant Horte Brygga in Skåne, Sweden

It’s for good motive that the Skåne area of southern Sweden is named a meals vacation spot, says Simon Bajada, a meals and journey creator and photographer primarily based in Stockholm. “It’s densely concentrated with good locations to eat.”


Simply outdoors Skivarp is Horte Brygga, a restaurant by the water’s edge that takes inspiration for its set menu “lengthy lunches” from the encircling farms. “In summer time, you can too get nice soft-serve ice-cream at Bee Form, subsequent door,” Bajada says.

Additional east alongside the coast is Vyn, a brand new flagship, farm-based operation from chef Daniel Berlin. “I hope the primary restaurant will get three Michelin stars,” Bajada says, “however there’s additionally a extra informal meals and wine bar the place you possibly can simply drop in.”

Extra informal nonetheless are the realm’s bakeries. “They’re particularly good in Skåne,” says Bajada, who recommends Ôrum 119 for pizzas and “superb” breakfasts, and Gamla Bageriet for “lovely, sometimes Swedish buns and breads”.


In Ystad, a city acquainted to followers of the Wallander crime sequence, JH matbar is a neighbourhood bistro that opened a few years in the past and serves “actually good wines and meals, together with their tackle struva, the Scandinavian fried rosette cookies”. Skåne additionally has among the finest seashores in Sweden.


‘Easy, incredible meals’: One other Hand in Manchester

It’s six years since pure wine knowledgeable Eoghan Neburagho moved to Manchester, wherein time he’s seen it grow to be one of many coolest, most attention-grabbing locations within the UK for food and drinks.

“It’s an absolute culinary powerhouse,” Neburagho says. “Mancunians appear to be significantly receptive to the brand new informal consuming and ingesting tradition. It’s nearly like a chip-on-the-shoulder vitality, the place it’s like, ‘Yeah, yeah, London is nice, however we are able to do it simply nearly as good, if not higher’. For an Irishman, that resonates. I adore it.”


One other Hand, in Deansgate Mews, is a working example, he says: “The pinnacle chef, Julian Pizer, determined to ditch the massive eating places throughout lockdown and begin a deli, which he known as 3hands. He went again to fundamentals – nice bread, the most effective native meats and cheeses, and easy, incredible meals.”

The enterprise has since morphed right into a restaurant, One other Hand. What makes this particularly thrilling for Neburagho is that it really works completely with pure wine: “I like this orange pétillant-naturel [naturally sparkling] wine that’s typically on the wine record. It’s made by the Durrmanns household in Alsace, who name it Gaz de Schistes [which means shale gas]. It’s so energetic and effervescent. I’d drink it with nearly something on Julian’s menu.”


There was a meals tradition shift in Athens over the previous few years, based on David Josephs, CEO of Panzer’s Deli & Grocery in London’s St John’s Wooden: “Because the monetary crash the Greeks have needed to be artistic. There was a tremendous upsurge in younger skilled cooks bringing a brand new customary of cooking, modernising Greek delicacies with out uprooting it altogether. It’s additionally occurring past the capital, however Athens is the actual hub.”


He recommends getting a flavour of this at Pharaoh, the place pure wines are paired with Cretan-inspired cooking, or at wooden fire-focused restaurant and bakery Akra.

At The Foundry lodge, Josephs likes to start out the day with breakfast within the rooftop backyard that overlooks the Acropolis. The lodge “is a superb instance of how town’s uncared for outdated buildings are being become one thing trendy and hospitable with out dropping their heritage”.

No journey to town is full with no go to to Mandragora, says Josephs: “If I’m taking a ferry to one of many islands, I at all times cease at this glorious deli in Piraeus. They make loads of what they promote on website and every little thing is phenomenal, from the olives to the particular caper hummus. The horta [greens and feta] pie is to die for, as is the manouri cheese from Sifnos. The dried greens are extra area of interest, but it surely’s value making an attempt them.”


Tsaghkunk, Armenia

Making lavash bread in Tsaghkunk, Armenia

Georgia is deservedly well-liked with holidaymakers trying to pair wine tasting and strolling, however neighbouring Armenia additionally deserves consideration, says meals and journey author Caroline Eden, whose newest guide, Chilly Kitchen, will probably be revealed in Might. Church buildings, music, museums, artwork and trekking (comply with a piece of the wonderful Transcaucasian Path or discover different routes by way of the Hike Armenia app) are all on provide, she says. So, too, are unbelievable meals and wine.

On the high of Eden’s record of “actually atmospheric locations to eat” is the tiny village of Tsaghkunk and the restaurant of the identical title, which she goals of going again to. “It’s not straightforward to say, and never significantly straightforward to get to, however in case you are excited by native flavours, it’s a should in Armenia. The cooks are ingenious, foraging in surrounding hills for mushrooms and herbs, and there’s a conventional bread home connected, with a clay tonir for making Armenia’s moreish lavash flatbread.”

A go to there makes a wonderful facet journey from Lake Sevan, or it’s an hour’s drive from the capital, Yerevan. Nonetheless you arrive, ensure you order the savoury ponchik (much like a doughnut). It’s this speciality that Eden craves from afar. “Stuffed with mountain herbs and matzoon [yoghurt], they’re crisp on the surface, gentle and deeply savoury inside.


Loch Fyne, Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Rumours of a sauna being constructed beside its bothies and shepherds’ huts are making cook dinner and meals author Tara Wigley much more decided to return to Inver restaurant, on the shores of Loch Fyne, this 12 months. “I’ve been nowhere else prefer it,” she says. “It’s such a timeless place, searching at Outdated Fort Lachlan. With a cold-water swim adopted by a sauna, you’ll add one other dimension to what’s already a really sensory expertise. You’re feeling so related to the land via the meals there.

“I bear in mind big langoustines, cultured butter, a panna cotta pudding scented with gorse, and simply usually having that sense of terroir that folks at all times affiliate with France. For those who coupled a swim with a sauna after which hit the home made gin and tonic, you’d nearly really feel such as you had been tripping.”


It additionally feels “a great distance from the laundry and youngsters and day by day life”, provides Wigley, creator of How one can Butter Toast: Rhymes in a E-book That Assist You to Prepare dinner. Over a picnic breakfast in your bothy, “you possibly can sit listening to vinyl and fake that’s what you do each Saturday morning – hearken to jazz, drink espresso and eat freshly baked pastries and potted loch crab. They know what they’re doing, for positive.”

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Ljubljana’s central market. {Photograph}: robertharding/Alamy

Ljubljana is the place that recipe developer and author Fliss Freeborn would most wish to eat her manner round (once more) this 12 months. She describes the Slovenian capital as a mash-up of Stockholm, Berlin and Annecy, and recommends beginning within the central market, with its “sprawling stands of fruit, greens, meat, jams, preserves, herbs and pumpkin seed oil: velvety, darkish inexperienced and excellent for dipping and drizzling”.

Different causes to go to embrace town’s standing as an Worldwide Metropolis of Vine and Wine – tastings at wine bars and retailers “price a fraction of their French or Italian equivalents”.


Consuming out on a funds can also be straightforward. At Druga Violina, a conventional Slovenian restaurant using folks with particular wants, “pillowy potato dumplings, sausages and warming stews with creamy polenta price round €8 per major”.

One other native “must-try” is prekmurska gibanica, a layered cake made with poppy seeds, apples, raisins, walnuts and quark (a kind of soppy cheese). “You’ll discover it in lots of native bakeries, however for espresso and cake with a view of the entire metropolis, head to the terrace of the cafe on the high of the Nebotičnik constructing,” Freeborn says.

Elba, Italy

‘Gorgeous panorama and delicacies’: Elba Island, Tuscany, Italy. {Photograph}: Stefano Valeri/Alamy

It might be a little bit of a mission to get to Elba – it’s important to journey to Piombino from Pisa or Rome, then take a ferry – but it surely’s value it, based on Sophie Allen, senior commissioning editor at Quadrille, which publishes food and drinks books. The panorama is beautiful and so is the delicacies.


“We attempt to purchase as native as attainable, whether or not it’s from fruit stalls on the roadside, or veg, honey and olive oil from the person subsequent door who has an allotment,” Allen says. “Final 12 months we discovered Simone, who sells his native wines and vermouth from a little bit bar arrange in his backyard. This 12 months we ventured to a brand new seaside, Barbarossa, and located the buzzy Osteria Moresca, the place they serve the most effective contemporary anchovies, mounds of spaghetti vongole and native glowing wine.”

Different suggestions embrace beachside Emanuel Bar Enfola, “the place you possibly can eat distinctive pizzas beneath an enormous fig tree”, and night journeys to Portoferraio for ice-cream at Gelateria Gran Guardia. “The ricotta and fig is my all-time favorite,” Allen says.

Auvergne, France

The Auberge de Chassignolles within the Auvergne sources its components from forests, fields and rivers. {Photograph}: Anne Claire Heraud

Ever since Bristol’s much-loved Bar Buvette closed in 2019, Kym Grimshaw has been dreaming of a visit to Auberge de Chassignolles, the homeowners’ sister enterprise in France. “I’m hoping this 12 months I’ll lastly make it,” says Grimshaw, a meals and life-style photographer. “I cherished Bar Buvette a lot, however I consolation myself with the thought that Auberge de Chassignolles will probably be even higher.”


In a sleepy village south of Clermont-Ferrand, the hotel-restaurant serves a seasonally led menu, with components from close by forests, fields and rivers, and greens from its kitchen backyard. If Grimshaw needed to describe her fantasy French journey expertise, it could just about be this – “a easy restaurant with tables spilling out on to the village sq., a couple of little bedrooms upstairs, and bikes you possibly can borrow to pedal off to the market.”

She significantly likes locations that aren’t too fancy however nonetheless have one thing particular about them: “You possibly can’t at all times put your finger on what that magic is, but it surely’s to do with hospitality that comes from the center.”

A extremely good breakfast additionally helps, “with native cheeses, nice bread and cherries that style of the solar”.


Vienna and Cobenzl, Austria

A Heuriger (pop-up winebar) close to Vienna. {Photograph}: Zoonar GmbH/Alamy

For those who haven’t explored Vienna’s meals tradition past Wiener Schnitzel or Sachertorte, you’re lacking a trick says Guardian meals author Felicity Cloake. Go to throughout the autumn wine harvest and also you’ll discover the entire metropolis “going mad for wine in an identical option to Oktoberfest in Bavaria”. Avenue carts promote Sturm, “a still-fermenting grape juice that’s straightforward ingesting”, and Vienna is so small that you may get a bus out to vineyards within the surrounding villages.

“They’ve these taverns, known as Heurigen, that serve particular menus throughout the wine harvest,” Cloake says. “They grasp greenery outdoors to suggest that they’ve received the new-season wine in. It’s all very medieval. Various the vineyards arrange tables among the many vines, the place you possibly can strive the brand new wines, with cheese and charcuterie and unbelievable views again throughout town.”

In one of many villages, Cobenzl, there’s a design-led cafe, Rondell, overlooking the vines that “has an all-Austrian wine record and a mid-century vibe. If you need one thing stylish, you could possibly go there, however simply wandering round Cobenzl and seeing what’s on provide is nice. I’d love to return this 12 months.”


Wild Atlantic Manner, Eire

‘What they do is fairly particular’: a duck dish at Homestead Cottage in County Clare

“My religious meals residence has at all times been Italy, however for the reason that pandemic I’ve been trying nearer to residence for inspiration,” says Aimee Collins, who’s co-owner of eating places 5 Little Pigs and The Bear of North Moreton, each in Oxfordshire. This 12 months she’d wish to discover Eire’s Wild Atlantic Manner. “A brand new place in Doolin known as Homestead Cottage, in County Clare on the west coast, is precisely the form of place I’m trying to find now, each in meals phrases and in what I need from time away.”

What grabs her is how carefully the restaurant works with farmers: “It feels like the only manner of doing issues, however I do know from expertise that any restaurant that truly manages to make it the spine of what they do is fairly particular.”

The world can also be making a concerted effort to carry native meals traditions again to life, says Collins. “That’s one thing I discover thrilling.”


She can also be influenced by Cork-based Max Jones of Up There The Final, a conventional meals conservation challenge. “I’d love to do certainly one of his programs. He does seashore foraging, which I simply love as an concept.”

Her coastal highway journey would end with a keep at Native, additionally in west Cork, a soon-to-open cabin keep linked to a rewilding challenge. “In case you have this farm-first method to meals, you wish to keep someplace with that very same ethos,” she says.


‘Sincere plates of probably the most scrumptious meals’: Restaurant De Mark in Durgerdam, Amsterdam

Iain Ainsworth, founding father of meals and journey web site The Aficionados, has his sights set on Amsterdam, and specifically the Restaurant De Mark, in a brand new lodge in Durgerdam, on the coast east of the capital.


It might be solely 20 minutes from the centre of Amsterdam, but it surely’s a great distance from the starry model of cooking its creators, cooks Richard van Oostenbrugge and Thomas Groot, are higher recognized for, says Ainsworth: “There’s nothing fancy right here, simply trustworthy plates of probably the most scrumptious meals.”

Their protege Koen Marees is answerable for an open-fire grill, and he “might get you excited a couple of tomato. I had one dish known as ‘a celebration of leeks’ and it was a plate of probably the most gorgeously, delicately charred leeks.”


That is, Ainsworth goes on, the antidote to the form of eating the place “by the point the waiter’s completed explaining what’s on the plate you’re bored and the meals’s gone chilly. There’s a little bit of that Nordic affect – cooking over flame, preservation and pickling put to good use – but additionally the legacy of the spice commerce. The Netherlands has by no means actually been a foodie vacation spot, however that’s altering. Youthful cooks like Marees are breaking the mould.”

The misty, escapist setting provides to the magic: “It’s in an outdated fishing village, near the water, the place the homes had been historically painted foggy colors in order that invaders couldn’t see them.”

L’Etivaz, Switzerland

Cheesemaker La Maison de L’Etivaz within the Swiss Alps

“Visiting cheesemakers absorbs you in native tradition,” says cheesemonger Andy Swinscoe, and L’Etivaz within the Swiss Alps is the proper instance: the entire village revolves across the co-operative manufacturing of L’Etivaz cheese, utilizing milk from cows nonetheless grazed on high-mountain pastures in the summertime, following the transhumance custom. “It’s lovely,” says Swinscoe, co-owner of The Courtyard Dairy in North Yorkshire. “You possibly can take a scenic prepare there – the views via the Alps are simply superb – and there’s a little bit inn within the city, Lodge du Chamois, and you may go mountaineering, in addition to go to La Maison de l’Etivaz to see cheese being made and matured.”


The inn additionally serves a 100% Etivaz fondue. “After visiting cheesemakers, the very last thing you normally need for dinner is a fondue. You’ve been consuming cheese and speaking about all of it day: you don’t essentially want an enormous bowl of cheese for dinner.” Swinscoe makes an exception for Etivaz, although: “It’s such a particular Alpine cheese.”

Don’t move up the prospect to strive the rösti whilst you’re there, he provides: “It’s a tough factor to beat.”

Brasov, Romania

If persons are searching for new flavours this 12 months, they need to think about a visit to the Romanian metropolis of Brașov, says meals author Irina Georgescu, whose newest guide, Tava, celebrates Romanian baking and desserts. She significantly likes a restaurant known as Pilvax, which is run by a Romanian-Hungarian household and brings collectively all of the culinary threads of Transylvania. They work with a group of native artisan producers to reintroduce conventional dishes and components.


“The communist regime actually impoverished Romanian delicacies,” Georgescu says. “We ended up consuming simply pork, polenta and rice. So when a restaurant like this champions these regional and historic recipes, in a contemporary manner, it’s very thrilling. Placing these dishes again on the menu begins a dialog about our previous and generates a way of pleasure that we actually want in Romania, particularly in the case of meals.”

She describes chef-owner Emese Gábor’s menu as “trustworthy residence cooking made on the restaurant degree”, and recommends beginning with one of many duck dishes – duck leg with crimson cabbage cooked with sugar, vinegar and bay leaves, maybe, or an “superb” soup with duck and tarragon. “Whenever you see tarragon that you’re in Transylvania,” she provides. “Cross the Carpathian mountains into the south and no person cooks with tarragon.”

Rhubarb is one other very Transylvanian ingredient. When it’s in season from the tip of April to the tip of June, Pilvax serves a rhubarb cake made with layers of sponge, rhubarb and crisp meringue. “It’s very gentle and completely scrumptious.”


Puglia, Italy

‘Scrumptious, enjoyable meals, with sustainability at its coronary heart’: the vegetable backyard at Masseria Moroseta in Puglia

Puglia’s Masseria Moroseta, simply outdoors Ostuni, is in Xanthe Ross’s sights this summer time. The cook dinner and meals sustainability advocate heard concerning the six-bedroom lodge surrounded by an natural olive grove by phrase of mouth.

“It calls itself a restaurant, kitchen, lab and backyard. That piqued my curiosity,” says Ross. “The kitchen serves a set menu utilizing what it has within the backyard, what the cooks are experimenting with and what’s within the bakery. They’re pushed by components and sustainability.”

The good friend who really useful it to Ross advised her to anticipate the sudden. “Apparently, you don’t know what you’re getting till you sit right down to eat, and the menu modifications day by day. I actually like the very fact it depends on day by day inspiration. Going to locations like this refuels you. It conjures up you to be a bit extra artistic along with your buying, consuming and cooking again residence.”


The simplicity additionally appeals: “They’ve most likely been cooking like this for generations, and proving that scrumptious, enjoyable meals, with sustainability at its coronary heart, doesn’t must be pretentious.”

Lewes, East Sussex, England

Cafe Vegu in Lewes serves vegan variations of Korean dishes

She could also be extra related to plant-based Caribbean meals, however Esme Carr has a rising ardour for Korean delicacies. “Over the previous 5 years I’ve been studying easy methods to cook dinner it, so I’m dreaming of visiting someplace that makes the actual factor,” she says. There’s little likelihood of a visit to Seoul this 12 months, nonetheless, with the calls for of her busy Peckham restaurant, Abandoned Cactus. As an alternative, her sights are set on Lewes. “This 12 months it’s all about fast journeys the place I can get a change of scene and, ideally, strive some Korean meals. Cafe Vegu in Lewes is correct on the high of my wishlist.”

Open for simply over a 12 months, the cafe and bakery is part-Korean owned. In addition to espresso (which they roast themselves) and Korean-inspired baking, Vegu serves vegan variations of Korean dishes corresponding to bibimbap, bokkeumbap, bulgogi deopbap and manduguk. “They’ve additionally simply began doing night pop-ups, which makes it a bit simpler for us out-of-towners to go to,” says Carr.


Rhiannon Batten is co-author of Rustle Up: One-Paragraph Recipes for Flavour With out Fuss, accessible from the Guardian Bookshop for £14.95

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