We love cookbooks! With Christmas around the corner we decided to make a quick pick from our current favourites to help spur some gift shopping ideas.
The 2020 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). The agency was given the prize for its efforts …
It’s time to bear the fruit of ones labour. The grape harvest in Malta is now open.
‘Taste History’ have made available a third feature promoting the gastronomic heritage of the Maltese islands. This time they visit the sister island of Gozo and explore the banqueting pleasures of Agius De Soldanis.
Second episode by Taste History focusses on the importation of ice from Sicily to Malta. An interesting story demonstrating the enterprise and grit of Maltese traders.
Every year on 29 June, Malta celebrates the feast of l-Imnarja. It’s a public holiday and an appropriate time to meet up and enjoy a succulent ‘fenkata’.
The first episode of the Taste History series is out for viewing. Find out how Captain Preziosi and the Corsairs used Comino as a pirate hideout.
This is a great initiative by Heritage Malta to promote the gastronomic side of Malta’s cultural heritage.
A lovely story about an Italian family who run their own restaurant in Gozo while building a great relationship with the farmers in the same locality.
The Michelin Guide is now reviewing restuarants in Malta. Congratulations to all the restaurants that made the listing, and bravo to the three eateries that got their hands on a Michelin star.