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Dalmatian Pašticada with Tuna – a very tasty dish!

Traditional Dalmatian Pašticada is slow-cooked beef in a rich red sauce, usually served with njoki (gnocchi) or home-made pasta. In its original form, this dish can take a couple or three days to prepare, as the beef is first marinated, then roasted slowly. 1,055 more words


Turkish flavour comes back!

Do you still remember Turkish cultural evening?

Most of people were completely exited about Turkish food and even asked for the recipes. That’s why Mustafa, a former EVS volunteer, created his cookbook in order to share his favourite recipes with you.


Long Term

Burn's night haggis and duck egg tartlet

Tonight is Burn’s Night, in which the Scots eat Haggis and drink whiskies, recite Burn’s poetry to the sound of bag pipes and generally have a song and a dance around one of the weirdest food stuff possible! 438 more words

Pot Luck

'haggis, neeps and tatties'

“Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face
Great chieftain o’ the puddin’ race!”

Heute ist Burns Nacht, die im Vereinigtes Königreich gefeiert wird. Wir feiern Rabbie Burns, den berühmtesten Dichter von Schottland. 96 more words



Today I turned 21 (well yesterday, I’m trying to get back up to do I promise!). Here are a few images of the day of gifts I had received and things I had done. 355 more words

1 Year

Traditions, Tradition, and a Passing of an Era

Okay, if you know me in real life (irl as the kids are saying today–I just learned that one) then you’ll know what I have to say next. 1,352 more words

Disney College Program

A little bit of Scotland in Italy

Gurro is a small town in the Piedmont region of Italy close to the Swiss border. Legend has it that when Francis I of France was defeated at the Battle of Pavia in 1525 the Scottish mercenaries in his service headed north for home. 112 more words