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Špela Vodovc: Cook Eat Slovenia cookbook author

Špela Vodovc is lucky to have combined all her passions into work: nature, gastronomy and sports. Under the brand Cook eat Slovenia she was organising cooking classes in Ljubljana for a number of years, and now she has transitioned to creating guided food and hiking tours in Slovenia and most recently publishing her very own […]

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Slovenian Easter potica with Janja

You know Janja Štrumbelj, THE potica lady in Slovenia behind the brand Le Potica and also our potica workshop master? Well, it’s your lucky day because today she’s sharing her story of this traditional Slovenian dessert AND a recipe for a tarragon Easter potica with us. Let’s dive in this Easter holiday spirit! (And you […]

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Happy Holidays, guys!

Dear partners and fellow foodies, the year of 2018 will remain in our memories as one of the tastiest, and that is why we would like to say thank you for your support and all the yummy bites we have shared with you. We are already making a toast to the upcoming year and we […]

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Feast on Easter in Slovenia

Easter in Slovenia is not just a Catholic holiday that follows the 40-days fasting after the Carnival (remember our post about the oh-so-delicious donuts?), but also, to our great joy, a culinary gathering of the whole family with an important symbolic background. We’ve researched what Easter means in our dining habits plus talked to the […]

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Carnival 2019 alert: go nuts for donuts!

Nowadays you can have this traditional Slovenian pastry all year round, but traditionally, these succulent, so unhealthy but so so good deep fried balls would be available only around carnival time – and we swear they still taste the best in season!  And because it’s 2019, there’s many more flavours and tastes now than in […]

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Best traditional Slovenian vegetarian dishes

Vegetarians, rejoice! Although Slovenia is well known for its rich meat cuisine that is extending through whole country (we can’t hide our pride for Carniola sausage, Karst prosciutto, bear salami and horse burgers), we are fully aware of the importance of fasting from meat. That is why throughout history due to different circumstances we developed […]

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Massimo Bottura: There is no food waste, just different food

Ljubljana, 5. 6. 2017 – When I heard Massimo Bottura is coming to Ljubljana, I thought it was a joke. One of the best chefs in the world? Coming to Ljubljana one random Friday to open the Week of no food waste? Turns out, it was no joke at all, but in fact a fantastic day, […]

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NEW: Moji štruklji eatery

Ljubljana, 1. 3. 2017 – No traditional Slovenian food list is complete without štruklji – rolled pastry with various fillings, wrapped, cooked and sliced. It is thus no wonder that a new štruklji-only eatery (štrukljarnica) Moji štruklji (My štruklji) is opening today at the main farmers market. And the couple behind this cool new place […]

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