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Noah Charney

Noah Charney

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Jewish Yom Kippur.
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Jewish holiday cooking: a guide to what to eat
With Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur just around the corner, FDL asked the Jewish holiday cooking authority Jayne Cohen for a guide to the best Jewish foods.
Scandinavian christmas traditions
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A Scandinavian Christmas: History and Food Traditions
Many Christmas habits owe their origins to Scandinavian traditions: let's have a look at the way it's celebrated in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
american pancakes
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Battle of the Pancakes: American Pancakes vs European Crȇpes
The world is a pancake: from Slovenia to France, passing through Austria and all the way to America, each country has its own tale and recipe.
Historical characters' favourite dishes
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What was the favourite food of famous folk?
Do you think you can tell a lot about a person by the food he or she like? Take the challenge to guess which were the favourite dishes of these historical characters. Are you ready to be surprised?
Aleš Winkler
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Give up everything and become a goat cheese producer. Yes, he did it
How Aleš Winkler chose to leave the city to become a goat cheese producer in Croatia. Now he's considered one of the best in the world
Cooking the classics: the Slovenian Potica
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Cooking the classics: the Slovenian Potica
Discover the traditional potica recipe based on yeasted dough and walnuts. Did you know it was the first thing Pope Francis and Melania Trump spoke about?
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Inside the Culinary Traditions of the Roma people
One of the better way to explore Roma culture is discovering their traditional food. How could a nomadic people build its own traditional cuisine?
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The Endangered Art of Salt Farming in Slovenia
A day in the life of a salt farmer in Piran, on the Istrian peninsula: an ancient job made of passion, blood and fatigue under the hot sun.
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FDL+ Quiche Lorraine: Recipes & Origins of the Famous Open-Faced Pie
Is the Quiche Lorraine one of the easiest recipes in the world? Let's take a closer look at the famous open-faced pie from France.
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A Beginner's Guide to American BBQ
In the United States barbecue is more than just a style of cooking. From saucy smoked ribs, to pulled pork and brisket, here are some BBQ tips and tricks.
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Cooking the Classics: Dulce de Leche
A closer look at Dulce de leche, the smooth milky caramel cream which is one of the most popular dessert ingredient in South America.
5 Tools No Kitchen Should Be Without
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5 Tools No Kitchen Should Be Without
Find out which tools every 'home chef' should have, in order to make good quality food and make the difference between a gastronomic success and failure.