Founders Q&A – The Drink Factory

It should be no secret by now that we love a good cocktail, and it’s pretty clear for us that the Bar With No Name is one of the best places to get drinks in London. One of the reasons why this place has become a FoodCrafters favourite is simply because the gang behind the […]

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Smoked mackerel tacos with mango-avocado salsa

A few weeks ago, as we were in dire need for some warmth and exoticism, we decided to head south and came up with something unusual: smokey, sweet, and hot tacos with fish! It’s super easy and quick to make, totally doable on a weekday after work, and perfect to impress your friends! The salsa is nice and filling, with […]

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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…) Smart move! Every thing on the menu sounded delicious, so we picked the Yemeni falafels […]

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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 of the ingredients you can be quite creative, using your preferred seafood, beef or pork […]

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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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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 really knows who invented it, but this delicate and gooey mix of chickpeas, olive oil, […]

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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 small businesses. Among others, you can learn all the basics from jams, to butchery, coffee, or even […]

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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 you try it… You can use any ice cream flavour you want, but we recommend […]

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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 of Appenzell. Unlike it’s homonymous Canadian counterpart, the Swiss Biber is filled with goodness. A […]

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