People are preparing to celebrate Easter all over the world. Let’s see what is happening in Italy.
Today in “Cooking with grandma”, I’m going to show you how to make a famous Italian recipe born in Lazio, a region of Rome: pasta with “carbonara” sauce.
In this episode of “Cooking with Grandma” we’ll show you how to cook the famous ‘Tortilla de Patata’ (potato omelet), also known as Spanish omelet.
We have compiled some the best cafés around Europe: Places we like to go to because of their setting, their history or because they simply make great coffee. Have a look around and send us your favourite.
The urban jungle of Lisbon offers a fusion space where the ancient and the modern mix with cuisine and culture from around the world.
In this episode of “Cooking with Grandma”, Maria and her grandmother make a Southern German classic: Spätzle, a type of egg noodle.
Meet the ‘the most politically incorrect’ chef in Portugal, Ljubomir Stanišić. Born in Sarajevo and raised in Belgrade, he is now showing the world what he has learned from his mother, including some of the most typical dishes from the former state of Yugoslavia.
To be dependent on food donations is unpleasant for many. Read here the story of a grandmother who overcomes her shame and demonstrates how beneficial the support of others can be.
From a small piece of land, situated in the center of the Balkans, come incredibly tasty traditional dishes that I doubt anyone (Macedonian or foreign) can resist.
In this episode of “Cooking with Grandma”, Tatev and her grandmother make an all-time favorite from Armenia: Tolma- meat stuffed into some kind of vegetable (bell pepper, tomato, eggplant) or wrapped in a leaf (vine leaf or cabbage), cooked in a very, very big pot.