FoodCrafters brunch – Shakshuka!

By far, the most efficient thing you can have for brunch is a shakshuka. By efficient we mean, filling and delicious, yet super easy to make at home even on a lazy sunday (and it’s also when it tastes best). Shakshuka is simply eggs cooked in a spicy pepper/tomato sauce served in an iron skillet […]

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Foodcrafters in Israel

We finally had the chance to take a few days off, which we used to chill. On the beach! In Tel Aviv!!! This gave us the chance to sample a quite (in)decent amount of local food (and drinks) which we wanted to share. Israeli food – just like the Israelis themselves – is nothing less […]

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Underground meats – open-source salami processing

Love salami, ham, and would love to cure your own? But you don’t DIY (do-it-yourself) meats because you think it’s too complex/painful/risky/expensive? Underground Meats is a very cool project to prove you the contrary! Those cool dudes try to open-source the safety control processes necessary to sell cured meats, to allow anyone to ride the homemade […]

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Street Food Europe, London, UK

Do you fancy street food just as much as we do? If you’re more into greasy, juicy, not-so-healthy, meaty street food than into high-end snobby, fancy, foamy, frosty, artsy bites, then the Street Food Europe festival at the Dalston yard was the place to be this weekend! Among the 27 other food festivals going on in town… […]

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Nude Espresso, Shoreditch, London, UK

Making our way through the packed streets of Shoreditch on a busy “fashion sales” day – which felt more like Pamplona than London – we stumbled upon the lovely Nude Espresso (ok, truth is we didn’t land there by pure coincidence…), just off Brick Lane. Ideal place to rest a bit and get a much-needed […]

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Ronnie Saunders’ Diners Union, London, UK

We were lucky to get in at the launch dinner of Ronnie Saunders Diners Union, as they have been completely sold out since they opened. In this temporary pop up freshly opened in Shoreditch, you’ll be able to tuck in fantastic food without struggling with your conscience. Or banker for that matter! At £15 for […]

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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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Sweet and sour cherry soup

On hot summer days, this delicious and light sweet and sour fruit soup is just the perfect pick! Enjoy it with cherries, but it also goes perfectly with gooseberries, apricots, plums… You can serve it hot or cold, but it is best straight from the fridge!!    

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Foodcrafting in Romania – Milk

As promised, we start our Romanian culinary tour with one of the most basic and delicious ingredient used in many forms, products, and dishes: MILK! In Romania, there are still many small farmers that raise sheep, cows, goats or even buffalos, and use the milk to craft various products following traditional methods, without much technology […]

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