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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

9 March 2022

3 Ukrainian cookbooks you should buy

Since the Russian invasion of the country on February 24, all eyes have been on Ukraine. From the United States to Japan and even Australia, no […]
8 March 2022

Quebec restaurant removes “Poutine” from the menu

In light of the ongoing military conflict in Easter Europe, a restaurant in Quebec decided to change the name of a traditional dish — Poutine — […]
18 February 2022

What will lunchbreaks look like across Europe in 2022?

The European FOOD (Fighting Obesity through Offer and Demand) program, coordinated by the Edenred Group, is a set of initiatives to promote balanced nutrition in the […]
4 February 2022

French restaurants will soon have to disclose the origin of their meat

French cuisine is known world-wide for its finesse and has been for a long time. Here, no one talks about fast food or anything of that […]
1 February 2022

10 things you must buy in a French supermarket

Supermarkets are a strange yet very efficient way to get to know a country. The range of products on sale says a lot about a cuisine. […]
28 January 2022

3 finger food alternatives to the Spanish tapas

1. Cicchetti When thinking of an Italian alternative to tapas, bruschetta is probably the first thing to pop into your head. One slice of toasted bread, […]
19 January 2022

The best Italian restaurants in the World 2022

The best Italian restaurant in the world is in Toronto in Canada. Don Alfonso 1890 is the historic sign of the great Mediterranean restaurant of Sant’Agata […]
3 January 2022

Meet the best Belgian chocolate makers for 2022

The new 2022 edition of the Gault & Millau guide reveals who the best who Belgian chocolate makers are. The guide offers a wide and most […]
22 December 2021

Why the Japanese eat cake for Christmas

Despite less than 1% of the Japanese identifying as Christians, Christmas is still widely celebrated throughout the island nation. One of the most rooted Christmas traditions […]
22 December 2021

Traditional Christmas dinners around the world

One of the most beautiful things about Christmas is that families and friends get together around the table, grateful for everything in life and being able […]
22 December 2021

Top 10 Belgian traditional Christmas foods

In Belgium, Christmas is often celebrated at home with a delicious meal with friends and/or family, usually on Christmas Eve (24th December) rather than Christmas Day […]
22 December 2021

Typical Christmas treats from Tuscany

This year Christmas will be different for everybody. In an attempt to stop the spreading of the virus, the majority of governments have implemented stricter measures […]
21 December 2021

Top 10 French traditional Christmas foods

France is known for its gastronomic delights, from Patisserie windows filled with beautiful sweet creations to Michelin star restaurants headed by famous chefs, so unsurprisingly food […]
20 December 2021

GAIA calls for ban of force-fed foie gras in Brussels

Foie gras is a French gourmet delicacy obtained from the liver of force-fed ducks or gooses. The birds are normally excessively fed to make them fatter […]
20 December 2021

5 Things you should do during Christmas time

Christmas this year is different. Not only because climate change has taken snow from us, but also because of Covid-19. Families can only meet in a […]
14 December 2021

10 Best Christmas Kitchen Gifts

Are you set for Christmas? All gifts readily packed under the Christmas tree? No?! Me neither. Let’s hope this article will save you and give you […]
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