There’s a good chance you’ll be cooking on your trip, so here’s a list of items you need to bring on your vacation to Croatian Airbnb.
Not everything in Istria is about food&wine. OK, it is for us, but we like to throw in some culture, parties and sightseeing between the meals, too. Here’s a short list of what “not to miss” in Istria, besides gourmet sensations.
The ambition of Stina winery is big, and we see no reason why Brač wouldn’t be THE wine island once again.
Tribidrag is an old and almost forgotten indigenous Croatian wine grape variety, which has been undergoing a revival in recent years, thanks to Zinfandel’s reputation.
The reaction of the Singapore audience and restorateurs was above our expectations, especially their impressions with truffles, cheese and kulen sausage. This is all just the beginning!
Hotel Excelsior in Dubrovnik was the site of an interesting wine challenge on June 5. Fourteen serious wine professionals were faced with a challenge of tasting 42 wines, a mix of Croatian and international labels.
When you think of street food, you probably imagine an awesome (level Asian) street vendor in a remote village who has Mortal Combat cooking skills and Anthony Bourdain sitting in front of him.
Read all about how our very own Goran took celebrity chef Donal Skehan on a culinary travel through Istria. #FollowDonal #foodnetwork
Croatia is in the top 10 beer drinking countries in the world, but the beer which is being drunk here is not so exciting. This year the Croatian beer market will experience a big change.
We met brothers Čučković on Facebook. We just had to fall in love with what they were doing, cause it was so obvious they are in love with their job, that is, being a butcher.