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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.

8 July 2021

Brussels to welcome a croque-monsieur restaurant and it promises to be good

Oh, cheese. What an invention. It adds flavor to almost any recipe, it’s the perfect companion to an aperitif, it’s a savory way to wake up […]
7 July 2021

6 best rooftop bars in Brussels

Summer in Brussels is finally here, and a rooftop bar is the perfect place to enjoy it! Drinking with friends or enjoying a good meal alongside […]
7 July 2021

Belgium is seeing more and more winemakers

Belgium may already have a well established reputation for its successful beer industry, but it seems the Belgian wine industry also on the up. According to […]
6 July 2021

Putin decrees that Champagne has to be labeled only as “sparkling wine” in Russia

Vladimir Putin has signed a new law decreeing that only champánskoe, the popular and affordable sparkling wines created in Soviet times as a way to democratize […]
6 July 2021

Meet Bertony Faustin: the first black winemaker in US Northwest

With the motto “Hip Hop, wine, and chill,” Abbey Creek Vineyard is the place to go if you want to experience Willamette Valley wines with the groove of […]
6 July 2021

Nicholas Hodac: “European consumers are changing preferences towards more healthier drinks”

Covid-19 has turned the world upside down and challenged different sectors, with the food and drink industry being one of the most affected. Alone in the […]
5 July 2021

This is the vegan fast-food restaurant you’ve been seeing all over social media

Even though plant-based diets aren’t exactly new, the whole vegan hype has seen a true boom during the past few years. While it’s still not possible […]
2 July 2021

Europe’s largest food market to welcome visitors in Brussels this fall

This autumn a new food market will open its doors in Brussels at the Gare Maritime, the bustling commercial heart of Tour & Taxis. It’s planned […]
2 July 2021

These are the best rooftop bars in Europe, perfect to enjoy the summer

Now that the Covid-19 crisis is finally coming to an end, it’s time to start living again. After more than a year, we can finally step […]
2 July 2021

Discover the best beers the North of France has to offer during the Route du Malt

Beers, beers, beers! Oh, how we like them. Whether it is in combination with a hearty recipe and in front of a roaring fire during the […]
1 July 2021

Best chocolate in the world: Belgian or Swiss?

The word “chocolate” comes from the Aztec word “xocoatl,” which was used to indicate a bitter drink brewed from cacao beans. “Theobroma cacao” is the Latin […]
30 June 2021

100% plant-based restaurants in Brussels

With more and more studies and documentaries highlighting the benefits of a plant-based diet, veganism has become very popular among young and older generations alike. Brussels […]
29 June 2021

Europe’s soft drinks industry to reduce added sugars by another 10%

UNESDA, the association representing Europe’s soft drinks industry, announces today enhanced health and nutrition commitments to continue to help Europeans manage their intake of added sugars […]
25 June 2021

Tram Experience – a gourmet adventure through streets of Brussels

Have you ever wondered what it would be like enjoying the most exquisite delicacies while having the most gorgeous views of Brussels constantly changing? This is […]
24 June 2021

A Galinha da Vizinha: A franchise of unique recipes

Instinct and curiosity are the main characteristics of Rodrigo Castelo, a Chef from Santarém, Portugal, who has taken his beloved Ribatejo to the most renowned gastronomic […]
24 June 2021

Dalwhinnie Distillery – a marriage in the mountains

In March 2018 I was on a final research trip for my book Sea of Bones and I took a train between Edinburgh and Inverness. Anticyclone […]
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