FoodCrafters’ Gift Guide 2016 – Special Switzerland

Here we are, nearly at the end of 2016 and how else to finish this year and start the new one than by treating yourself and loved ones with some foodies’ goodies! To help you find the ideal gift, we’ve complied a guide for you with some products we totally love. And since we are back home in Switzerland, we […]

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The Middle Eastern Vegetarian Cookbook

We discovered Salma Hage’s inspiring recipes from the Middle East a few years back when we got her first cookbook: The Lebanese Kitchen – which is one of our favourites Lebanese cookbook. The recipes are practical and absolutely delicious, with layers of ingredients, aromas, textures and flavours of Europe and the Middle East turning into light mezze dishes, […]

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Tokyo – Cult Recipes

Outside Japan, Japanese food is often times associated just with sushi or ramen. At best! But there is so much more! The Japanese cuisine offers one of the most diverse palettes of flavours and ingredients of the world. Prepared by top chefs in the most exquisite restaurants, on street carts, or simply at home, food is a central […]

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Honey & Co – The Baking Book

We love middle eastern food and all the spices and exotic flavours it brings to our dishes! In London, you can find some remarkable middle eastern restaurants such as The Palomar, Ottolenghi, Arabica Bar & Kitchen, and of course this wonderful and cosy place run by Sarit Packer & Itamar Srulovich: Honey & Co. Their food is just amazing and […]

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A Girl And Her Greens by April Bloomfield

April Bloomfield is unarguably a true chef who learned her trade all the way up in some of the world’s great restaurants, such as the well-known River Café or Chez Panisse. This means her food is a combination of simple Italian (think simple ingredients at their best) and classic British. Her first book, A Girl and her Pig […]

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Le Chateaubriand, Paris

“Where shall we eat tonight?” we asked each other on a Saturday night in Paris, after spending most of the day walking (and shopping!) around town. “What about Le Chateaubriand, some people say it’s amazing!” Because who needs a booking for Saturday night at one of the best restaurants in Paris? Thanks to their system, they do two services a night […]

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Sesame & Spice: Orange Flower Biscuits with Pistachios

We got the lovely cookbook Sesame & Spice (Amazon UK / Amazon US) by Anne Shooter last week and just couldn’t wait to bake some of these wonderful recipes. So we started with the Orange flower biscuit rings with pistachios – what a combination! Plus, the recipe is so easy and quick to prepare! We totally loved it and […]

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Forest fruits, pistachio & coconut cake

Rainy Sunday afternoons are definitely a great “excuse” for baking cakes. It’s relaxing, fun, and totally rewarding. Today we’ve tried out a delightful Middle Eastern inspired recipe by Honey & Co. It’s such an easy recipe that can be made without flour or sugar, and the results… mind blowing! Just so you know, their book is on massive […]

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The Clove Club

Dining at The Clove Club, a restaurant/bar located in the Shoreditch Town Hall in London, has been on top of our todo list for quite a while. We’ve read about  their creative, yet down-to-earth, British cuisine made with mainly local ingredients (and some discreetly intertwined Japanese influences). Obviously, we couldn’t handle the call of the extended […]

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