Today we visit the rural village of Qrendi to meet with Peter and Michael. They are brothers who for years have continued to deliver their annual potato crop.
There is a nostalgic feeling when visiting an old bakery. A place where bakers break sweat to create fresh bread. We visit Gharghur to discover another artisan who is keeping the tradition alive.
Spring time is strawberry time in Malta and there is no better place renown for a descent crop of Maltese luscious strawberries than the rural village of Mġarr.
Easter in Malta would not be the same without feasting on a ‘figolla’. Sandra and Simone look forward to their annual tradition like many households all over the Maltese islands.
Malta celebrates the feast of St. Joseph every year on 19 March. With it people look forward to one particular one-off pastry. Busy Bee is one of Malta’s established pastry kitchens that have kept the tradition alive for years.
Peter is not your typical door-to-door salesman. He is doing his part to keep an old Maltese tradition alive. Selling our traditional ‘bigilla’ from the back of his food cart.
On Valentine’s we baked these muffins as a treat. Moist and wholesome, these muffins are perfect in the morning, yet indulging for afternoon tea.
Artichokes are currently in season and as the price is right find the time to preserve some to enjoy later this year.
We visit Josephine in Dingli to discover more about her daily routine of making fresh cheese from goat and sheep milk.