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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.

11 December 2020

These are Belgium’s best chocolatiers

Belgium and chocolate: it’s a never-ending love story. Most tourists visiting Belgium don’t really know what the country has to offer (except for Bruges maybe) but […]
7 December 2020

These are the best steak restaurants in the world and two of them are in Belgium

Anno 2020, steaks are a bit controversial. Of course, some people absolutely love them. Man has been eating meat for quite some time now – this […]
2 December 2020

5 Cookbooks That Make You Travel

We all miss traveling right now. Or maybe some of you don’t and actually enjoy the slowed-down pace of life. In any case, I think there’s […]
2 December 2020

My 5 Favorite Asian Restaurants in Brussels

As an Indonesian living in Europe, I miss sometimes Indonesian cuisine or Asian food. Of course, I can cook it by myself but sometimes going to […]
1 December 2020

Panettone or Pandoro? The Italian Christmas Dilemma

If you’ve been to Italy during Christmas time, you have probably noticed bakeries’ windows full of fluffy yeasty sweet bread heavily decorated with sugar, almonds, chocolate, […]
30 November 2020

This restaurant makes discounts depending on your body size

The thinner you are, the higher the discount! This is the unusual idea that came up to the Mongolian Master in Kuching, a restaurant in Malaysia. […]
27 November 2020

5 Berlin restaurants you should try

Although many things are closed, for the time being, many of these beautiful places will hopefully soon reopen. Until then, most of them have a take-away […]
26 November 2020

F2F: The future of food amid new technologies and sustainability issues

Modern agriculture has to face numerous challenges that can be addressed only through sustainable development. Current challenges include the continuous growth of the world population, and […]
26 November 2020

A tea lover’s selection

As a stereotypical English tea lover, the traditional drink is a constant in my life. Whether it’s an early morning, the end of a meal or […]
24 November 2020

Italian ragù: The comfort food you need this winter

Italy, oh, Italy. I think it is safe to say that most of us, certainly those who are living in Europe, have got some sweet memories […]
20 November 2020

The importance of cider-making and its traditions in England

Growing up in rural England, cider plays a big part in your life. From the endless fields of apple orchards covering the countryside, to deciphering your […]
18 November 2020

It’s time for a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau

Same procedure as every year, although slightly different in 2020-Covid-19 times. On the third Thursday in November, it’s time to celebrate the harvest of the famous […]
18 November 2020

4 Traditional taverns you have to visit in Brussels

Ride your bike a few miles southwest of Brussels and your nose will tell you something unique about Belgium: beer is brewed everywhere. What better place […]
17 November 2020

The return of the ‘buchette del vino’ during Covid-19

Restaurants in Florence have been able to keep part of their businesses open during the Covid-19 lockdowns this year, by serving customers through 17th-Century buchette del […]
13 November 2020

Traditional Belgian food in Brussels

When thinking about Brussels, one of the first things that comes to mind is beer and yes, there are numerous great ones, however, Brussels is also […]
2 November 2020

Cara Delevingne and her siblings launch their own Prosecco

Supermodels are usually famous for their looks. Even though Cara Delevingne became famous with the bigger public because of her magnificent brows, the British celebrity definitely […]
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