Food+Drinks


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.

20 May 2021

These are the most veggie-friendly cities in the world

Times are changing. Quickly. Some decades ago, a standard meal often consisted of a piece of meat, some veggies, and a portion of potatoes. Most of […]
19 May 2021

Oban, a town built by whisky

Just over two miles above the town of Oban lies Loch Gleann a’ Bhearraidh, a reservoir that overhangs the coast like an infinity pool, glassily reflecting […]
18 May 2021

5 things you should always have in your fridge

What are my 5 fridge essentials you ask me? Well that depends a bit on the time of the year, on my mood and for my […]
17 May 2021

Fan of cheese? These cycling tours combine a work-out with a cheesy tasting session

Cheese lovers, unite. While beer fanatics and wine enthusiasts have been able to go on cycling tours centered around their culinary passion for ages already, your […]
14 May 2021

Queen Elizabeth launches her own beer

Queen Elizabeth II has launched her own brand of beer, which is brewed with organic barley grown on the grounds of her beautiful royal estate at […]
14 May 2021

14th May is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

What a lovely occasion to celebrate. I hope you’re sitting in front of your screen with a box of chocolate chip cookies while reading this article. […]
13 May 2021

The sad reason why French vineyards are lit with candlelight

When picturing France, we can’t help but imagine a good glass of wine (or make it two). Whether you’re a fan of red, white or rosé: […]
12 May 2021

In Brussels, you can now bathe in beer

When thinking about Belgium, beer is probably the first thing that comes to mind. It’s a cliché, yes, but not without reason. In my humble opinion […]
7 May 2021

The world’s first Batman-themed restaurant is coming to London

The world’s first ever Batman-themed restaurant is coming to London, UK and will feature Batman, Superman and other DC Comics characters, says Movie studio Warner Bros. […]
7 May 2021

5 reasons teleworking should not prevent employees from having a proper lunch break

The pandemic has changed many aspects of daily life, but one of the most influential of these is that of the workplace. The phenomenon of teleworking […]
6 May 2021

These are the countries where you pay more for a beer

Beer is a drink that brings people together in many cultures, in many contexts. The cost of a beer varies more or less depending on where […]
6 May 2021

Celebrating Malbec in Mendoza, Argentina

The city of Mendoza in northern-central Mendoza province in Argentina is a unique city. Popular with outdoor tourism thanks to its close location to the Andes […]
3 May 2021

How the soft drinks industry’s recovery should taste

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the essential nature of Europe’s food and drink industry into sharp focus. The food and drink sector has managed to maintain […]
30 April 2021

Meet The Clink: the charity helping prisoners through Hospitality training

The Clink is a UK charity which has been working in partnership with Her Majesty’s Prison & Probation Service for the past 11 years to deliver […]
30 April 2021

Happy Hours Market, helping Brussels fight food waste

Food waste is a huge problem. According to the United Nations nearly half of all fruit & vegetables produced globally are wasted each year, whilst the […]
29 April 2021

Why Stockholm needs a Cookie Shop

Stockholm needed cookies. Great cookies. American style cookie dough with chocolate chips and sea salt flakes on top, but also cookies with a twist. That’s what […]
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