Turkish coffee has always been drunk in Croatia.
Now every cafeteria has a coffee machine to make excellent espressos and cappuccinos, but once you drank Turkish coffee everywhere. Even now, in homes, everyone makes coffee this way. The old brass and copper jugs are no longer used, more contemporary enamel iron pots are used, but coffee is still drunk in the same way.
We are in winter, and already everything speaks of spring. So I want to hurry up and give you a recipe that is good for cold days.
Autumn-Winter around the River Drava is silence, golden san and... bread and lard.
Christmas of the Croatian tradition was made of small simple things: many sweets, especially with chocolate and nuts, sugar candies and above all Honey Cookies.
Traveling to the south side of Mount Papuk, in search of the best Grasevina.
A typical sweet of Northern Croatia. Absolutely my favorite, with a stuffing of nuts or a filling of poppy seeds.
Mailath castle was built in the early twentieth century, trying to imitate the English Tudor style.
What about tomato and peppers of your garden? You choose the finest one for salad and the worst ones for cooking. Same ingredients for two different recipes.
A simple and tasty soup, with white pumpkin and dill. Served with toasted bread and sour cream.