When Mateja Delakorda and I awarded her in November 2014 at the first conference of culinary bloggers Yummy stories (Njam zgodbe) as the best blogger of the year, Nataša Djurić could not believe her ears. Today the sourdough bread blogger ranked among the finalists of 2015 Saveur blog awards, began making video tutorials, was invited to the workshop in London, and more success could be noted.
Join us for a great combo of discovering Ljubljana culinary sights: come make the traditional Slovenian pastry potica at Grand hotel Union (where we once used to go for movies), and then take the stroll down the Ljubljananjam gourmet path. First, Union’s head chef Janez Dolšak will meet and greet you. Then you will role […]
His Twitter name multikultivator is spot on: Marko Brumen is an economist, marketing guru and cultural manager, but mostly he just makes sure people find themselves at the right time with the right equipment at the right … stage. Štajerska man in Ljubljana, who never drinks beer after wine, has the desire to feel holy from time to time, and wants to cook with Grizzly Adams.
Peter Zajc knows superfoods are not sold in stores, but in fact lie in front of our doorstep. Cofounder of Staneče plac market, his aim is to bring the organic produce even closer to the people, which he deems urgent. Unsurprisingly, he often grabs some freshly grown lettuce during his lunch break at his garden.
This week, Trubar street will resume being rad – Trubar green market is back on track. The girl responsible for it, among others, is Nika van Berkel. Almost done with architecture school, she is ueber busy with passing exams and working for prostoRož team. She loves wheat beer and … Dutchmen.
Photographer Luka Gorjup is currently busy with wedding photography. Which is quite a different thing from what he did before: charity calendar of (almost naked) Ljubljana rugby team players and infrared Ljubljana images. Loves čevapčiči at Das ist Valter and his own spelt pizza, and still wonders how Clint Eastwood prepares his steak tartare.
Darja Fišer is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Translation at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, and a passionate gardener who has launched the Zelemenjava project: a gathering of all those with just too much seasonal produce. She loves lemon verbena and purple shiso, has little respect for fussy celebrity chefs, and Jakončič’s Carolina is like perfume to her.
At 25, Andrej Fodor is a problem solver, start-up enthusiast (think CalypsoCrystal) and co-creator of ShowMeAround platform. Also a big Asian cuisine lover who steers away from tourist crowds. Amused with Japanese tea ceremony he’d love to see more pop up restaurants in Ljubljana.
The sequence of upper and lower case letters in her name are purely intentional: MoJcA OcvirK knows how to handle communications. Freelancer and expert in PR, event and time management she is a one-woman-band agency – think Trnfest. Beer and masala chai are her thing.
Some Slovenes don’t eat gelato; some Indians, like Amrita Roy Choudhury, don’t drink tea. She also doesn’t know what the word curry entails, as this Western-world beloved term is not used in her language. But she sure does speak the language of love: to a Slovenian, and to her cookblog Taste buds.