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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FoodCrafters Shopping Guide – Winter 2015

The holidays are almost here and everyone is in the rush of finding the right presents for their loved ones. Just keep calm and breathe, we got you covered. We did the hard work for you and prepared here a selection of the best products we have seen or tried this year. The ideal gift for your special foodie friend, […]

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The FoodCrafters Christmas Shopping Guide

Ho ho ho! As Christmas is peeking around the corner, we wanted to share some of the most exciting, original, and unique artisan food products from around the world we totally love and that should be on your shopping list. We’re pretty sure they will make more than happy any food aficionado you would like to […]

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Cawston Press Apple Juices

An ideal summer drink has to be refreshing, punchy, and not very sweet. Cawston press juices do have it all. Since we tried those guys for the first time, we pretty much fell in love, and our favourite is the rhubarb one. And maybe the elderflower one too. We’re not quite sure yet… These come in a few […]

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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 us use their pictures in this article and share the story of this fabulous product. […]

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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 composition, annual rain and sunlight quantity, topography, biodiversity, or even air quality will affect to […]

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The Spice Tailor – Rustic Rogan Josh

On a stay-at-home weekend day, our go-to food would be Indian. Because our pantry isn’t packed with the myriad of spices required for real Indian food, yet we wanted to do it ourselves, we found a decent compromise: Spice Tailor Rogan Josh mix. Rogan Josh originates from Kashmir, where it was traditionally made simply with […]

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The Collective – Luscious Yoghurts

Because lately we haven’t talked much about food crafters and the products they make, we decided to start sharing our (massive & rapidly growing) list of wonderful products we have the chance to try. After all, one of the goals of our journal is to document the sheer variety and beauty of the honest products […]

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Foodcrafting in Romania – Soups

Here’s our third episode on Romanian traditional food with another very popular dish, served as a first course with almost any meal: SOUPS! Usually (and unfairly) hated by most kids, soups are so common because they are filling, yet delicious and nutritious and can be done quickly with pretty much with anything left in your pantry. In […]

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