This year we want to make sure that our loved ones are granted a privilege every day. We share small rituals and objects that make everyday life more enjoyable. Such gifts are the best!
For the second time, we had a pleasure to work with the Grand Theatre National Opera. Together with Sebastian Wełpa, chef at Warsaw’s Ale Wino restaurant, we prepared a dish that appeared in Carlo Verdi’s Rigoletto. This composer was a huge enthusiast of the culinary art, he attached a great deal of importance to food. He also thoroughly examined the cooks for his home kitchen, as he never employed the famous ones. He loved strong coffee, good wine, and risotto!
We have a pleasure to invite you to the third edition of the Festival of Coffee and Tea! We are huge fans of high quality coffee beans and tea leaves. We are interested in different methods of brewing, from traditional to avant-garde ones, which we have discovered with the arrival of the third wave of coffee. We also understand that what we drink our favourite hot drinks from is as much important. This is why, from the very first edition of our festival, we have Polish ceramics artists, who create in their workshops unique, hand-made mugs, jars, bowls and gaiwans.
If you are wondering what can be served on the Christmas table instead of carp and pâté, we invite you to our pre-Christmas fair, which will take place on the 16 of december on third floor of the MYSIA 3 department store.
Tokay and Egri Bikaver. Or, perhaps the hairy, fat pig Mangalica. These are the first culinary associations that come to our minds when we think about Hungary. But who of you knows that apart from the delicious pork there are the grey cattle from the Hungarian Pannonian steppe? And the wine? Would you believe that there are 22 winery regions in this country? We like Hungarian goulash, lecsó, or foie gras, but actually, we don’t know much about the rich culinary culture of our Hungarian “cousins”. This is why it is worth going to Terroir Forum in Budapest. Following Berlin’s Terroir this is yet another event which brings together gastronomy sector and the foodies.
Following the success of the first book “O kwiatach” (Eng. “On Flowers”), which sparked the new wave of interest in greenery in Poland, it’s time to move to the green round two. This time Radosław Berent and Łukasz Marcinkowski took up home-grown plants. They presented and described around 50 species of potted plants. USTA and Full Meal are the publishers of the book.