We eat with our eyes, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Querfeld and Zachraň jídlo, two initiatives from Germany and the Czech Republic respectively, are promoting the return of imperfect fruits and vegetables to our plates.
Who doesn’t like spaghetti? Very few people would turn down a hearty Bolognese, but how many would dare to wear a pasta strainer in public? Serge has no fears in this particular department. For him, pasta and beer are solutions to all of the world’s problems.
Germany's Minister of Food and Agriculture is waging war on vegetarians. A meat-free sausage by any other name might taste as good, but now Christian Schmidt is demanding that they find another name.
Belgium's beer tradition, which dates back centuries, has been added to UNESCO's list of the "Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity." Meanwhile, in Brussels, the Slow Food organisation has decided to honour a very special variety of Belgian beer. Cheers to that!
The British chef Jamie Oliver has many great qualities. He can get excited by the simplicity of a boiling potato, cook Moroccan chicken like a native and stun a whole country with his culinary boldness. Is the uproar he has triggered in Spain for his version of paella with chorizo justified? It's time to talk about our temperament. [OPINION]
Benjamin Franklin said that "wine makes daily living easier". Wise words indeed. What's more, you don't need to take out a second mortgage to make your own life easier: you just need to know where, and how, to find the perfect bottle of vino.
Where in Europe do people drink the most wine? Spoiler alert: it isn't France. Or Portugal. Or Italy.
New research suggests that Millennials seem to prefer spending time in the kitchen over the bedroom. Is it just another example of how easily distracted we are, or is there a reason we're finding such solace in food?
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