• Know your cheese: Le Gruyère AOC

    Know your cheese: Le Gruyère AOC

    This is the first article in our “know your cheese” series, and what else to start with than our favourite dairy queen: Le Gruyère AOP? We have written this article after discovering the wonderful Gruyère d’Alpage website, who kindly let […]

  • All roads lead to Hummus

    All roads lead to Hummus

    Is there someone who doesn’t like hummus? Seriously? This millennia old concoction is an absolute classic and a necessary ingredient for life, and it’s fair to say there are as many variations of hummus as there are cooks. No one […]

  • Founders Q&A – Food Craft Institute

    Founders Q&A – Food Craft Institute

    Thinking about starting your own food business? Then make sure you check out the amazing work done by the Food Craft Institute (FCI), a school in Oakland, CA that teaches all you need to know for building and running food-based […]

  • Founders Q&A – Leibacher Biber-Manufaktur

    Founders Q&A – Leibacher Biber-Manufaktur

    When it comes to Swiss specialties, everyone thinks about cheese or chocolate. Sadly, most are missing out on a sublime slice of our culture: the biber! Also called biberli, it is a unique Swiss delicacy originally from the tiny canton […]

  • Terroir – what it is and why it matters!

    Terroir – what it is and why it matters!

    Ah, le terroir. Originally from French, the word “terroir” has no English counterpart. In short, the terroir is simply the combination of physico-chemical properties that impacts everything that grows in a region. A multitude of factors such as the soil […]

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Cafés

Impressions – Honey & Co, London

Impressions – Honey & Co, London

As it should be clear by now, we’re seriously addicted to middle-eastern cuisine. We heard about this cute little place called Honey & Co, in London’s Fitzrovia and had to give it a go for a brunner (a 4pm brunch/dinner…) […]

by × 22 March, 2014

Food

Okonomiyaki – the Japanese pancake

Okonomiyaki – the Japanese pancake

Okonomiyaki is a traditional Japanese pancake from Hiroshima, but widely eaten throughout Japan. The name is derived from the word okonomi meaning “what you like” or “what you want”, and yaki meaning “grilled” or “cooked”. The main ingredient is always cabbage, but with the rest […]

by × 13 March, 2014

Goods

Know your cheese: Le Gruyère AOC

Know your cheese: Le Gruyère AOC

This is the first article in our “know your cheese” series, and what else to start with than our favourite dairy queen: Le Gruyère AOP? We have written this article after discovering the wonderful Gruyère d’Alpage website, who kindly let […]

by × 2 March, 2014

Food

All roads lead to Hummus

All roads lead to Hummus

Is there someone who doesn’t like hummus? Seriously? This millennia old concoction is an absolute classic and a necessary ingredient for life, and it’s fair to say there are as many variations of hummus as there are cooks. No one […]

by × 18 February, 2014

Projects

Founders Q&A – Food Craft Institute

Founders Q&A – Food Craft Institute

Thinking about starting your own food business? Then make sure you check out the amazing work done by the Food Craft Institute (FCI), a school in Oakland, CA that teaches all you need to know for building and running food-based […]

by × 10 February, 2014

Recipes

Simplest (and best) dessert in the world

Simplest (and best) dessert in the world

You want to make the most delicious desert ever and impress your guests big time? Then try this recipe! Ridiculously simple and absolutely phenomenal. At first, tahini with sweet foods might sound strange to use, but frankly… why not? And when […]

by × 6 February, 2014

Crafters

Founders Q&A – Leibacher Biber-Manufaktur

Founders Q&A – Leibacher Biber-Manufaktur

When it comes to Swiss specialties, everyone thinks about cheese or chocolate. Sadly, most are missing out on a sublime slice of our culture: the biber! Also called biberli, it is a unique Swiss delicacy originally from the tiny canton […]

by × 3 February, 2014

Goods

Terroir – what it is and why it matters!

Terroir – what it is and why it matters!

Ah, le terroir. Originally from French, the word “terroir” has no English counterpart. In short, the terroir is simply the combination of physico-chemical properties that impacts everything that grows in a region. A multitude of factors such as the soil […]

by × 27 January, 2014

Crafters

Founders Q&A – Moorish Smoked Hummus

Founders Q&A – Moorish Smoked Hummus

Hummus – as we all know – is a unique and extraordinary thing. Runny, salty, creamy, grainy, or divine – there are as many recipes as amateurs, and the global quest for the perfect hummus in our modern society is […]

by × 20 January, 2014