Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

30 May 2023

Why are food and drinks so expensive at airports?

There are two sides of shopping at an airport. On the one hand, the duty-free shop is always something to look forward to. On the other […]
26 May 2023

Who will supply Macron’s bread this year?

How do you imagine a Frenchman to look like? Thanks to Disney and other romanticising people in the industry, chances are you immediately picture a man […]
25 May 2023

Turkish Cuisine Week celebrated in Brussels

Turkish Cuisine Week kicked off on 21 May, this year’s star being the province of Hatay. Launched last year by Türkiye’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism […]
24 May 2023

3 must-visit Brussels markets

When you hear the word ‘market’, chances are you immediately think of the Saturday morning market they used to organize at your hometown. The one where […]
19 May 2023

5 Swedish foods you must try

Everyone who goes to Sweden probably expects to eat two things: meatballs (köttbullar – that are pronounced schöttbullar by the way) and cinnamon or cardamom buns. […]
9 May 2023

Eating fries could increase risk of depression, study claims

When a stranger is thinking of Belgium, fries immediately come to mind. Just like chocolates and beer, they’re the most well-known part of Belgian cuisine on […]
3 May 2023

British Airways enhances the taste of your meal with ‘Sonic Seasoning’

Music can enhance the experience you have while you eat. That’s what Oxford University professor Charles Spence proposed in his research and almost ten years ago, […]
13 April 2023

Belgian bakery chain to start selling cannabis bread

As far as food staples go, bread might well be the number one. Versatile as it is, you can just as well eat it for breakfast […]
6 April 2023

Italy to ban synthetic meat to protect food culture

The Italian government has proposed a bill banning lab-grown meat and other synthetic foods, citing safety concerns and a threat to Italian food culture. 1. Banning […]
4 April 2023

5 plants to pluck on your walks in nature during spring

Now that we’re all experiencing milder temperatures and a lot more sun, now that spring is upon us, we’re getting to spend more time outdoors as […]
3 April 2023

Italy seeks UNESCO recognition for Italian cuisine

As far as cuisine goes, we all know our basics. Even if you’re a terrible chef yourself and not someone who tends to go to Michelin-starred […]
8 March 2023

Toblerone must remove iconic Matterhorn peak from packaging

The famous triangle shaped Swiss chocolate Toblerone has to remove the iconic Matterhorn peak from its packaging after moving some of its production in Slovakia, as […]
20 February 2023

Are French cheeses among the best in the world?

A recent ranking of the world’s best cheeses has sparked controversy among the French foodie community. TasteAtlas, a website dedicated to local dishes from around the […]
10 February 2023

Are you always getting sick from eating oysters?

Food. It’s something we consume each and every day. Something very personal, as we’ve all got our personal tastes which aren’t to be discussed. Something essential, […]
26 December 2022

Would you eat cheese coming from a stainless steel cow?

A Ghent based start-up has just created the closest produce to actual cheese, without using any animal products. Those Vegan Cowboys, founded by Jaap Korteweg and […]
21 December 2022

This Christmas, try some avocado with your raclette

Finally, it’s almost Christmas. After months of diminishing daylight, after weeks of dropping temperatures and – let’s face it – after a couple of mental breakdowns […]