Italian beer
Fans of a foamy drink can easily name the countries that are primarily associated with it. This is the UK, Czech Republic, Germany or Belgium. But the number of those…

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Street food in Vienna: what street food to try in the Austrian capital
As in many cities around the world, street food in Vienna is very diverse. These are Asian eateries, kebab stalls and market stalls with truly international cuisine. But perhaps the…

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Cheese with Worms
Attention, hunters for incredible gastronomic adventures! A trip to Italy awaits you, which means an opportunity to find the most dangerous of the existing delicacies in the country - Kasu…

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How to cook and eat pizza in Italy

It is hard to imagine more popular food in the world than pizza. Fragrant, hot, with stretching cheese threads, it is loved by everyone. This is a truly iconic product – its long history and unique cooking traditions deserve to learn a little more about them. Especially if you are going to Italy, the homeland of real pizza.
The world’s first pizzeria opened in Naples
When we say: “pizza” – we think: “Italy.” But in fact, such food was familiar to the ancient Greeks and Egyptians. In Italy, for a long time, such a simple dish remained the food of the poor – they put literally everything that was at hand into the filling. Continue reading

Best Madrid Restaurants

The status of the capital requires compliance. Madrid is a city in which there are many restaurants awarded prestigious awards and prizes: 160 ones marked by the Michelin guide alone.

In the Spanish capital there is a cuisine and atmosphere for any mood: from classic national recipes to the creative delights of eminent chefs. Where to spend money and get a real gastronomic “wow”? Meet the best restaurants in Madrid that won’t disappoint you.

What kind of dishes do tourists need to try in Madrid
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Coffee in Belgium: prices, brands, the best coffee shops in Brussels and Antwerp

Coffee along with chocolate is the real passion of the Belgians. Every year, the country imports about 40 thousand tons of coffee beans from Kenya, Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico.

History and traditions of Belgian coffee
While still a colonial power, Belgium owned coffee plantations in Rwanda and the Congo. Subsequently, having lost them and not being a producer of raw materials, the country began to develop coffee-roasting production and reached the highest skill in it. So talented professionals work in Belgian factories that the robusta or Arabica blends created by them drive crazy even those who are indifferent to coffee.

The most famous Belgian coffee brands include Cordesa, Miko, Onur. But perhaps the most Continue reading

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Best Venice Restaurants
Traveling to Venice is a fairy tale that you want to remember for a lifetime. And the restaurants of the Veneto capital can certainly become part of this adventure: refined,…

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What to try in Vienna with food
The national cuisine of Austria has incorporated many recipes from around the world, but at the same time remains original and not like the others. There are a number of…

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To all paella paella!
Follow me, I list clockwise, starting at twelve o'clock: peeled tomatoes, chicken stock, carabinieri shrimps, olive oil, paprika, saffron, beans, gumbo pepper, garlic, onion, chili pepper (completely, absolutely not hot…

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How to cook and eat pizza in Italy
It is hard to imagine more popular food in the world than pizza. Fragrant, hot, with stretching cheese threads, it is loved by everyone. This is a truly iconic product…

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