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 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 Perennial Plate

The Perennial Plate is a series of beautiful short movies about sustainable and adventurous eating around the world. Along the exact same ideological lines as ours, it’s beautiful, smart, warm and we love it! They have well over a hundred short movies, so definitely get ready for a few hours of fun. And eventually to […]

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Gresca, Barcelona

Remember I last wrote about Osmosis? Next time you’re in Barcelona, do yourself a favour and walk 100 meters around the corner (literally!) to Gresca. A whole different category altogether! A pioneer of the bistronomics genre (modern, bistroesque food at affordable prices), chef Raphael Peña opened Gresca in 2006 after learning the tools of the […]

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