At Foodcamp Oberpfalz around 25 Food Bloggers, -Journalists & -Enthusiasts met to learn about and celebrate Food culture from the region Oberpfalz, in the South of Germany.
We visited three Breweries, namely the Kommunenbrauhaus of the Zoigl-Braugemeinschaft at Windischeschenbach/Neuhaus, Riedenburger Brewery and Schneider Weisse.
The trip covered many more exciting stops, such as Kloster Plankstetten … Read the rest
Portugal is one of our favorite countries: Portuguese food is delicious, people are warm and welcoming, the landscape is rough and splendid. We were super excited when Luis from Insider Cooking Portugal who we get to know last year, invited us to experience the food culture of his home region, Sintra.
Sintra is a … Read the restRead more
On the 23rd of May, 2015, the street food scene in Berlin found a new playground. Organized by the Contemporary Food Lab, “Spargel International” was an international street food festival featuring asparagus. The festival drew chefs from around the world with one mission: combine Germany’s favorite vegetable with a bit of magic from their own … Read the restRead more
What happens, if 25 food bloggers and enthusiasts meet in Franken, a region in Bavaria, Germany?
Well, they cook most of the time – and visit producers to learn about the rich culinary culture of the region.
When Tourismus Bayern invited FPP’s Simon on the trip, we were thrilled. Franken is well-known for culinary specialties … Read the restRead more
Street Food Thursday at Markthalle IX in Kreuzberg is probably the birth place of Berlin street food. When it started in summer 2013 it was a real insider tip. Now the masses are here, but the food is still delicious, hand made and full of love. When it comes to street food the creative potential … Read the restRead more
The food court we visited was organized at Little Wood, a temporary urban garden in Berlin Mitte which serves as an experiment for metropolitans to explore urban nature. The Contemporary Food Lab, initiator of Little Wood, and Carson Chan, curator of the event, invited chefs from cultures we hear a lot about in the news … Read the restRead more
The Gastronomika project is a creative hub where history, design, architecture and gastronomy meet. Their mission is to explore the huge potential of Anatolian cuisine, from a variety of angles, before it gets industrialized and forgotten.
Our second edition of Culinary Crossroads introduces Semin Hakim, chef and Gastronomika program coordinator, as he talks about Anatolian … Read the restRead more
If you visit İstanbul, you need to visit it’s colorful markets, which are filled with amazing produce and vibrant atmosphere!
Here are our recommendations:
Location: Nüzhetiye Caddesi
Open: 6am – 6pm Saturdays
Inebolu Kasimpaşa market
Location: Toprak Tabya Sok
Open: 6am – 4pm Sundays
Location: Rüstem Paşa Mahallesi
9am to 7pm … Read the rest