Two years after our first “13 Sandwiches from all over the world” Video, we decided to follow your comments and give you some 13 more. Our British audience was not satisfied with their Cucumber Sandwich, as well as our Argentinian audience despising our choice of calling the Choripan “South American”. In this new list of … Read the restRead more
They are Red, they are Hot, They are Chili Peppers! Except they aren’t all red, they aren’t all so hot, and they come with a great variety of shape, and taste. Discover our 11 Chili Recipes from All over the world.
Some are consumed raw, some are smoked, some are dried, some have to be … Read the restRead more
You might not believe it but “Swiss” is actually not one kind of cheese – Switzerland has more than 450 types of cheeses! We chose to feature 10 of them in easy and delicious Swiss Cheese recipes to cook for others – or yourself! All of our Swiss Cheese recipes are available on the blog!
How to cook Bitter melon is a question that a lot of us asks themselves… How to reduce its bitterness and make it eatable? Here are our tips!
The Bitter Melon or Bitter Gourd, also known as Bitter Cucumber belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae. This Indian fruit, almost unknown among western countries, but commonly … Read the restRead more
Why does it matter to save some random rare veggies? Why would we keep those weird potatoes that are not easily peeled and long to cook while the industry produces perfect shaped potatoes that cook in 10 minutes only? Without entering the ecological and biological questions… just because it tastes amazing!
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Dark, milky or white, Chocolate is nowadays part of the western daily (?) diet. And if so many people actually can’t stop eating it, it’s because of its magical attraction. How can something so small detains so much power over us? What other secrets does it holds? What is even Chocolate at the end? … Read the restRead more
The list of things to eat in Bologna is truly endless. Because of its position in the fertile region of Emilia Romagna and its history as the oldest university in the world, Bologna’s food culture is renowned in the whole country and in the whole world!
First staple of its food culture, the fresh egg … Read the rest
Portuguese food is a rich and diverse cuisine : ressembling mediterranean neighbours on some points, it is particularly famous for its seafood. The country has Europe’s highest fish consumption per capita and is particularly fan of the Bacalhau, a cod fish that was salted and dried to allow a yearly consumption. It is said that … Read the restRead more
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