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» Nik Orosi - one man's passion for coffee
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 02/16/2011 | Bilingual , People , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Nik Orosi (left) dreamt about coffee one night, about how he was preparing it in some box and knows that he told his wife, immediately the next morning,  to tell her he was finished with his previous business career and  that he wanted to open a café with real coffee because he had dreamt it!
» Kava Cafe in New York City gets rave reviews
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 02/14/2011 | Croatian Cuisine , Companies , Culture And Arts , People | Unrated
John Saric (left), the owner of Kava Cafe was so impressed with Stumptown Coffee Roasters that he was moved to open a coffee bar within walking distance of his home in New York City. "Kava" is the Croatian word for "coffee." The name is a tribute to Saric's parents, who are from Croatia.
» Ivan Gligora's Pag Cheese awarded with the Superior Taste mark in Brussels 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 12/2/2010 | Tourism , Croatian Cuisine , Companies , Awards , Business | Unrated
The famous Pag cheese produced in the cheese plant Sirena – Mala sirana in Kolan at Island Pag owned by Ivan Gligora, has recently been awarded two golden stars and the right to label this cheese with the Superior Taste mark at the international Superior Taste event in Brussels. This is the greatest award so far for this cheese that has thus been included in the circle of seventy top food products in the world.
» Croatian Cooking & Brenda Brkusic on KOCE-TV
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 08/1/2010 | Tourism , Entertainment , Education , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Brenda Brkušić shows us how to make delicious, healthy, traditional dinner from the Coastal region of Croatia, like Brudet, Blitva and Polenta. Croatia is known for its pristine island beaches, crystal clear waters and picturesque architecture, but we learn in this episode of Cooking for Health and Pleasure that it is also known for great food!
» Fifty three Croatian wines awarded at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010
Submitted By Prof.Dr. Darko Zubrinic | Published 07/19/2010 | Tourism , Croatian Cuisine , Awards , Business | Unrated
Fifty three Croatian wines have won awards at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2010, one of the most prestigious and acclaimed competitions in the industry. In 2009 Croatia has been hailed as a major force in the wine world after the country won more gold medals than established rivals including the US, New Zealand and Portugal at a leading tasting competition.
» Zdravko Kalabric at the 34th Congress of the World Association of Chefs’ Societies
Submitted By Susanne Metz | Published 01/30/2010 | Culture And Arts , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Along with his friend and colleague, Zlatko Marinovic (Chef/Owner of Nostromo in Split and captain of the regional team participating in the 2008 Culinary Olympics in Erfurt, Germany), Chef Kalabric flew in from Brodarica to attend the 34th WACS Congress held in Santiago de Chile. He worked in some of the most prestigious kitchens, including the Ritz Carlton Montreal, the Chateau Champlain and a private club in Toronto. Participated in the
» Croatian Cooking Show on the OC Channel (PBS) Jan 27 and Feb 3, 2010
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 01/22/2010 | People , Culture And Arts , Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
Brenda Brkusic (left) drops in to co-host two episodes of "Cooking for Health and Pleasure".  She will be preparing Croatian dishes on the show. These episodes will be airing on KOCE's OC Channel with part one airing on Jan 27 and part two on Feb 3, 2010
» Grapes from Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia are gaining a following
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 01/10/2010 | Croatian Cuisine , Culture And Arts | Unrated
 'Try the Pannonhalmi Tricollis," the bartender at Ardesia advised me. A wine bar in midtown Manhattan, it had only been open for a few months. Were they already trying to unload their unpronounceable-hence unsalable-wines? Or did I look like an easy mark, the sort who would fall for a wine that had as many consonants as it did vowels? On the other hand, it only cost $7 a glass.
» Original Zinfandel, Crljenak Kaštelanski, arrives in the United States
Submitted By Marko Puljić | Published 12/14/2009 | Croatian Cuisine , Companies | Unrated
The almost extinct Dalmatian grape varietal Crljenak Kaštelanski has been resurrected and replanted by one of Croatia’s top winemakers, Zlatan Plenkovic. The first shipment of Zlatan Crljenak arrived in the U.S. two weeks ago! Zlatan Crljenak comes from Plenkovic’s vineyards in Makarska. It is a vibrant, youthful and very intriguing Croatian Zin.


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