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» My Little Piece of Land exhibition of Croatian farmers in Auderghem, Bruxelles, on 4th March 2016
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published 02/24/2016 | Education , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
We have the pleasure to invite you to the exhibition My little piece of land, in which farmers from Croatia talk about their life and how they work in harmony with nature. The Exhibition Opening 4th March 2016, 4:30 pm, DG Environment, Avenue de Beaulieu 5, B-1160 Auderghem, Bruxelles, Belgium. The opening includes the buffet, tasting of the first bottles of rediscovered Croatian white wine variety Palagruz
» Lovre Stavun linking Croatia and Japan via his native city of Zadar
Submitted By Lovre Stavun | Published 01/7/2016 | Bilingual , Tourism , People , Ideas , Education , Culture And Arts , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Lovre Štavun is a young Croatian tourist guide living in the city of Zadar, who is very fond of Japanese language and culture. It is even more impressive that he learned Japanese without visiting Japan yet! In his article, that he wrote in English and Japanese (sic!), he discusses the possibilities of offering completely new contents for tourists visiting Croatia, with emphasis on his native Zadar. "How many natural
» Nenad Bach Newsletter October 2015
Submitted By Nenad N. Bach | Published 10/11/2015 | Music , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts , Croatian Cuisine , Community | Unrated
Nenad Bach: Several months passed like a wink and here we go into another Fall or should I say Autumn of 2015. There is no perfect moment to start a family, build a home, produce an album or finish the Newsletter... I am trying to finish this Newsletter for the last few weeks and finally today is the day. I will try to remember at least 5% including a performance with the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra and visit to the E
» Bunjevci Croats from Backa and their Christmas traditions expressed in straw and cakes
Straw work is a unique naive art form which originates from the rich folk art of the Bunjevci-Croats settled in the north of Bačka. In Tavankut, a village near the town Subotica, the self-taught women nourish and preserve this naive art skill by entwining beads and making paintings out of straw which portray specific motifs and themes from the life of the Bunjevci-Croats. Also, delicious and richly ornamented Christ
» Dubrovnik Restaurant to celebrate first anniversary on August 28, 2014
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 08/21/2014 | Events , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Dubrovnik Restaurant located in New Rochelle, New York will celebrate its first anniversary on August 28, 2014. Dubrovnik serves Croatian dishes and gets its name from owner Zeljko “Jerry” Tomic’s hometown. The first annual celebration will have limited seats and will be by reservation only. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
» Ane Strazicic Rodriguez: Traditional Croatian Cuisine From the Region of Dubrovnik
Submitted By Susanne Metz | Published 07/9/2014 | Croatian Life Stories , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Ane was born on the Croatian island of Mljet, where she grew up in a fisherman’s family, which instilled in her a love for cooking. After moving to the United States in the late 1980’s, she married a professional chef from Puerto Rico, Luis Rodriguez, and had two children, Alberto and Michelle, who loved their Mom’s cooking and inspired her to compile the recipes from her native region in a coo
» My Little Piece of Land attractive brochure about Croatian farmers published by Suske consulting in Germany
Submitted By Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/27/2014 | Bilingual , Environment , Education , Croatian Cuisine , Community , Business | Unrated
  The project "My Little Piece of Land", initiated by Suske consulting, Germany, focuses on visual and written portrays of 14 farmers from protected areas in Croatia and their favourite places in the landscape. The "favorite places" will be presented with a traveling exhibition in public buildings nationwide. This accompanying brochure offers more information about the farmers using original quotations regarding their appr
» Joso's Croatian Seafood Restaurant in Toronto in Stephen Holt's interview with Leo Spralia
Stephen Holt interviews Leo Spralia at Joso's, one of Toronto's top Seafood restaurants, during the Toronto International Film Festival as broadcast on the Stephen Holt Show. Sept.'02. The restaurant serves food prepared in Dalmatian way from Croatian coast. Owned and operated by Leo and Shirley Špralja and founded by Joso Špralja in the 1960′s, Joso’s restaurant has achieved continuous success of
» "Croatian Cuisine" is the first mobile app to feature indigenous Croatian recipes
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 05/6/2014 | Bilingual , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
"Croatian cuisine" is the name of the new Croatian mobile application in the form of an inventive culinary guide that primarily helps users find their way through indigenous and traditional Croatian dishes. This mobile application is entirely a Croatian "product" - under the authorship of Andreja Horvatić, the application was developed by two Croatian companies Interactive1 and Grafikon. It is available via the App Store and Google Pl


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