Where to eat in Salzburg
The charming Austrian city of Salzburg includes UNESCO listed attractions, the true atmosphere of the Middle Ages and many amazing restaurants ready to feed their guests hearty traditional dishes. We…

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Guest Guide: Athens
Athens is worth a visit not only for the towering Acropolis - the capital of Greece has long been a mecca for lovers of the Mediterranean lifestyle. Among the orange…

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Guest Guide: Tel Aviv
10 places not to be missed in Tel Aviv: port of jaffa According to ancient Greek myth, Perseus liberated Andromeda here, and in the Old Testament, Noah built the ark…

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The whole truth about digestives: experts say

Digestif contributes to the speedy digestion of food, for this reason it is recommended to use it at the end of a meal. Once, in the summer of 2018, I was in Calvados, the homeland of the brandy of the same name, where in five days I developed the habit of drinking this drink after eating. And I tell you, even after the most hearty dinner I felt great.
In addition, a digestif is an unspoken signal to stop dinner. Therefore, in case you want to escort guests, have a bottle in stock. And which one, our experts will tell.

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A tasteful journey to Ireland

The concept of the Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine is based on the fact that all workshops, round tables and tastings are conducted by writers or journalists. The gastronomic and wine side of the poster was adorned with stars such as Madhur Jaffrey, who, with her books and television programs, created true world fashion for Indian cuisine; Claudia Roden is the author of many bestselling books on Middle Eastern and Spanish cuisine; writer and Michelin-based restaurateur David Thompson – Ambassador of Thai cuisine in the world; American chef David Tanis, writing for the New York Times; the most influential wine expert among women, the author of many remarkable books, Jancis Robinson and many others. Continue reading

Teahouse: revival of tea traditions

In the mysterious countries of the East, where centuries-old traditions are carefully preserved and honored, the use of alcohol is strictly prohibited. Here you quench your thirst with fragrant green tea. And the best place for a leisurely tea party and wise sayings are teahouses.

A teahouse (“choyhona”, “teahouse”) comes from the words “choi” (tea) and “hona” (“hana”) – “room”, means “tea room”. According to legends, this is an institution where the passage of time stops, and visitors plunge into a peaceful state and conduct unhurried conversations. The teahouse has long been considered not only a cozy place where you can have a meal, but also a corner where you gathered to find out the latest news and much new from travelers and travelers. Continue reading

Baby's Birthday: Holiday Ideas
Recently, family restaurants with games and development rooms have become the most popular venue for children's birthday parties. Such establishments can provide a full range of services for the celebration:…

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A tasteful journey to Ireland
The concept of the Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine is based on the fact that all workshops, round tables and tastings are conducted by writers or journalists. The…

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Where to eat in Salzburg
The charming Austrian city of Salzburg includes UNESCO listed attractions, the true atmosphere of the Middle Ages and many amazing restaurants ready to feed their guests hearty traditional dishes. We…

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Welcome to the family - business clans in HoReCa
Food - as a symbol - has always been associated with family, life, and hearth. Since people acquired their first social connections, and at the same time learned to fry…

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