Short expressions of popular wisdom are true golden heritage. The Polish language is full of terms, expressions and proverbs related to the most precious of metals which reflect the sparkle of this nation’s culture.
“Subtle and gentle in the midst of fast food culture or more globalized food”. That is how food editor and critic Juliana Duque describes the twists and tales of Colombian cuisine.
Photographer Luís Mileu explores the flavours and secrets behind the recipes of eight women in eight regions of Portugal. Guardians of a cherished tradition that must be preserved: the Mediterranean diet with a Portuguese twist.
In 1223, St Francis of Assisi wanted to tell the story of Christmas. On 25 December, the first nativity scene was staged in the Italian village of Greccio. At midnight, this Christmas tradition began.
Until recently, Poles may not have known their friends’ birthdays, but they certainly didn’t forget their name days.
In the year in which we blow out the candles on the 40 years of Pingo Doce and the 25 years of Biedronka, we look further into the traditions around the anniversary celebration. Why do we eat cake? Why do we sing the “Happy Birthday” song?
In the Colombian Caribbean Region, about five hours away from Cartagena de Indias, local communities are responsible for shaping one of the main symbols of the Colombian culture.
It has been 20 years since Mirandês was recognized as an official language in Portugal. To mark the anniversary, Feed retrieves its origins, main challenges and achievements
In the forests of the world’s largest mushroom producer, Poles have a tradition of hunting and eating them in many forms. Many of them learned to pick mushrooms under the watchful eye of their grandmothers.
They say that winter is the best time to see it in its natural habitat. But who is crazy enough to venture into the dense Białowieza forest, Poland, in the harsh winter?