Take a look at this wonderful Mediterranean houses in Istria! The combination of modern architecture and traditional details makes a perfect match and it represents this region in the best possible way. Olives, rocks and blue sea... that's Istria!
Don't you just love bruschette? I adore them 'cause they are easy to make, you can use them as an cool appetizer and even if your fridge is almost empty, you can always find sth to work with.
Before travelling abroad I like to fully prepare myself; I always make a schedule and have a plan where to go, what to see, how to get around and so on... but the most important thing I never miss is to check what and where to eat. So today I'll give you eight traditional Istrian …
Fuzi are the most popular and the most traditional Istrian type of pasta. They are served for holidays and on various special occasions since ancient times. This pasta goes excellent with beef or game sauce, chicken, wild asparagus, mushrooms and prosciutto but my absolute favorite are the truffles.
This morning I prepared quinoa pudding with pistachios, a powerful meal that kept me full till lunch. It is vegetarian, high in protein, refined sugar-free, gluten-free... in two words Perfect Breakfast!
Recently we visited Porto, the second largest city in Portugal, after Lisbon, and one of the oldest European centres. It's located along the Douro river estuary in northern part of the country and it's best known for it's delicious wine of the same name that's been produced only in this region.
Skitaca is a small village on the glade 425 meters above sea level near Labin in Istria. It's a crossroad of dozens hiking routes, it has a wonderful view and an interesting legend about Santa Lucia.
If you live in Istria this things probably sound familiar: reading a book under pine tree, catching fish, picking olives, having a natural lemon in your garden, eating seafood and drinking good wine. Today I'll try to give you just a little scent of Istria and Adriatic Sea with one delicious recipe that includes full …
Autumn is definitely not my favorite part of the year; constant rains, leaves falling, long sleeves after six months of hot sunny days... I'm not even sure I like it's colors. But one thing I do like are the mushrooms! Boletus, Parasol mushrooms, Chanterelles, Caesar's mushrooms, Honey Fungus... our woods are full of them, you …
First three things my hubby and I bought when we decided to move in together in our house surrounded with big green garden where outdoor fireplace, rattan furniture set and wine glasses.