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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.

25 November 2021

Must-visit this pop-up tartare bar near the Grand Place in Brussels

Belgians don’t kid around when it comes to culinary classics. Generally speaking, we might be pretty laid-back but some things are just too good to mess […]
25 November 2021

5 top tips to cut your food waste

The excessive and shocking amounts of food discarded each day across the globe, especially in richer countries, continues to be a very real problem, causing social, […]
24 November 2021

10 most addictive foods according to science

Certain foods are irresistible for almost any human being: It’s difficult to stop eating them, even when we’re full. But not all foods are equally addictive, […]
22 November 2021

Braga hosts the best 2021 European young chef competition

1. European Young Chef Award The Portuguese city of Braga will welcome some of the most promising young chefs in Europe for a food competition, between […]
19 November 2021

Germany and Belgium are the big winners of the European Beer Star Awards 2021

At the European Beer Star 2021, more than 120 international beer experts awarded 213 beers with gold, silver and bronze during a two-day blind tasting. A total […]
17 November 2021

Samarkand’s Khovorenko Winery

Samarkand’s rich history and stunning UNESCO-listed monuments are no secret – Registan Square, the marvellously tiled Shah-i-Zinda necropolis and the old town draw people from around […]
17 November 2021

You can only drink this beer on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building

There’s a new experience many are now rushing to have at the top of the Empire State Building: having a glass of beer. But it’s not […]
12 November 2021

‘World’s Best’ cheese for 2021 has been announced

In the framework of the 33rd edition of World Cheese Awards 2021, the grand prize for best cheese in the world has been given to Olavidia, […]
11 November 2021

Climate Change causes poor quality and bad tasting coffee, a study reveals

A new research review revealed that coffee quality and taste is vulnerable to shifts in environmental factors associated with climate change. The study focused on how […]
10 November 2021

Mars chocolate bar announces plan to make chocolate bars carbon neutral by 2023

The scale of global intervention must be bolder and faster. Climate change is already impacting the planet and people’s lives.  Grant F. Reid, Mars Chief Executive […]
9 November 2021

Global wine production below average for third year in a row

In 2021, global wine production is expected to hit “historically” low volumes due to unfavorable weather conditions in European wine areas, including frostbitten France.  The low […]
5 November 2021

When did the love affair between the Portuguese and cod start?

Cod, or Bacalhau, is largely associated with the Portuguese cuisine. In particular, dry-salted cod is one of the most celebrated ingredients, playing a leading role in […]
29 October 2021

Duvel celebrates its 150th anniversary with an iconic-shaped bottle

Belgium’s Duvel Moortgat Brewery is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year with the release of a special brew called Duvel Distilled. The commemorative bottle will have […]
28 October 2021

Top 10 cheapest and most expensive cities for eating out in Europe

A new study conducted by Maxima Kitchen Equipment reveals the cheapest and most expensive places to dine out in Europe. Using data on the cost of […]
27 October 2021

Where to eat the best shrimp croquettes in Flanders

When talking about Belgium’s gastronomy, we often limit ourselves to fries, chocolate and beer. Waffles are mentioned every now and then, yet that’s is. It’s like […]
26 October 2021

Meet the iconic Peter Café Sport: a legend among sailors

With over a century of history, the Café Sport, commonly known as Peter’s, in the Faial Island, in Azores, has a unique mystic that has attracted […]
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