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19 Feb 2019
A local chocolate maker is about to take Asheville chocolate to an international stage. French Broad Chocolates CEO Jael Rattigan is on her way to Amsterdam, ...
British supermarkets battle to secure stocks as chaotic Brexit looms - Reuters
19 Feb 2019
Britons could face shortages of *fresh* food, price rises and less variety if the country leaves the European Union next month without agreeing on trade terms, food ...
The juniper way - Executive
19 Feb 2019
The juniper way Executive
It was only a matter of time before the Lebanese got into gin production; as unexpected as that sounds, it actually makes perfect sense. The world is witnessing a ...
9 Eastern European recipes that'll warm you up inside - The Washington Post
12 Jan 2017
9 Eastern European recipes that'll warm you up inside The Washington Post
RECIPE ROUNDUP | Stuffed cabbage, pickle soup, Hunter's Stew and even the potato salad should do the trick.
EU moves to ban sale of lower-quality branded food in eastern Europe - The Guardian
11 Apr 2018
Brussels wants to make it illegal for food and drink multinationals to sell inferior versions of well-known brands to customers in eastern Europe, after studies ...
Your Ultimate Guide to Wines From Central and Eastern European Indigenous Grapes - VinePair
11 Jul 2018
Wines made using indigenous grapes are gaining increasing recognition worldwide. VinePair sampled a selection of these wines from Central and Eastern ...
20 best new cookbooks of 2018 - The Independent
25 Sep 2018
20 best new cookbooks of 2018 The Independent
Whether you're on the hunt for beautiful stories interwoven with whimsical recipes or need fast, feel-good food for the whole family, these are some of our ...
The yeast from the east: six wines to try from eastern Europe - The Guardian
18 Jun 2018
Majestic Wine revealed this week that customers are turning to eastern European wines to beat price rises from more prestigious regions, with sales increasing ...
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle Eastern recipes - The Guardian
22 Sep 2018
Yotam Ottolenghi’s Middle Eastern recipes The Guardian
Beef skewers with dried limes, a version of spiced rice found across the Arabian Gulf – and a *fresh*, crunchy salad to counteract its richness.
The Underrated Pleasures of Eastern European Dumplings - The New Yorker
18 Apr 2018
The Underrated Pleasures of Eastern European Dumplings The New Yorker
Olia Hercules writes about the pleasures of Eastern European dumplings and shares a recipe of her favorite.
Stark east-west divide in attitudes towards minorities in Europe - The Guardian
29 Oct 2018
Report also flags gulf in attitudes on nationalism, abortion, gay rights and more.
Traditional Armenian Dishes You Must Try - Fodor's Travel
06 Oct 2018
Traditional Armenian Dishes You Must Try Fodor's Travel
To the uninitiated, eating in Armenia can be discombobulating. One meal you could be spooning tabbouleh onto flatbread and licking tahini off your fingers, ...
British consumers develop taste for east European wines - The Guardian
14 Jun 2018
Majestic Wine says drinkers are turning to good-value wines from new markets to offset price rises.
EU migration up in Suffolk despite Brexit confusion | Latest Suffolk and Essex News - East Anglian Daily Times
07 Jan 2019
EU migration up in Suffolk despite Brexit confusion | Latest Suffolk and Essex News East Anglian Daily Times
Eastern European EU migrants are still choosing to make a home in Suffolk amid Brexit uncertainty - but the rate people are coming to the country is slowing ...
Concerns for eastern Europeans in Brexit ‘settled status’ plan - The Guardian
05 Jun 2018
Thousands of people working in UK grey economy could slip through the net, says charity.
Skills shortages harming UK business, employers warn - The Guardian
13 Nov 2018
Skills shortages harming UK business, employers warn The Guardian
Britain's employers have warned that severe skills shortages are holding back the economy after the latest official figures showed the biggest fall in the number ...
A new wave of dissidents in the east can turn back Europe’s populist tide - The Guardian
22 Nov 2018
There is democratic resistance in the hotbeds of authoritarianism, says the Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.
Kiev Market provides a welcoming place for Spokane's Eastern European immigrants - Pacific Northwest Inlander
26 Apr 2018
Kiev Market provides a welcoming place for Spokane's Eastern European immigrants Pacific Northwest Inlander
If a Russian invites you over for tea, it usually means it's time to loosen that waist band, because "tea" entails several entrees and dishes....
Challah Mummy’s pesto sunflower Challah - The Irish Times
01 Sep 2018
Challah Mummy’s pesto sunflower Challah The Irish Times
1. Dissolve the yeast and teaspoon of sugar in the lukewarm water. Once bubbles start to appear, add about a third of the flour, followed by the two eggs, the rest ...
The Observer view on Brexit and the future of Europe - The Guardian
25 Nov 2018
The Observer view on Brexit and the future of Europe The Guardian
As Britain prepares to leave, the continent's long-term headaches remain.
Forget Brexit, war in Ukraine is the biggest threat to Europe - The Guardian
26 Nov 2018
Eastern Europe is a tinderbox, writes Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins.
For millions of Europeans, the war did not end in 1918 - The Guardian
06 Nov 2018
Western European narratives of the armistice is not the only one, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède.
Eastern European comfort food served at Little Danube in Ozark - Springfield News-Leader
07 Sep 2018
Eastern European comfort food served at Little Danube in Ozark Springfield News-Leader
Owner and chef David Pruteanu said his father swam across the Danube in 1987 to escape the communist regime that ruled Romania at the time.
Five of Europe's best wildernesses for spotting big beasts - The Guardian
07 Oct 2018
Even on our crowded continent, there are remote regions where you can still spot bears, bison, lynx, wolves and more.
Shavuot is fast approaching, and you'll want these cheese pancakes recipes - Haaretz
16 May 2018
Despite their simplicity and ease of preparation, Eastern European cheese latkes are heavenly dishes worthy of a lord's table.
University founded by George Soros 'forced out' of Hungary - The Guardian
25 Oct 2018
Central European University plans to move to Vienna next year after moves against it by Hungarian government. Shaun Walker Central and eastern Europe ...
Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist | World news - The Guardian
20 Nov 2018
Exclusive research shows how populists tripled their vote over the past two decades.
It’s far too easy to blame the east for all of Europe’s woes - The Guardian
23 May 2018
In western Europe, we conveniently ignore our own faults – and show little compassion for our neighbours' troubled pasts, says Natalie Nougayrède.
Europe is in the grip of a cult of identity. But we can fight back - The Guardian
28 Nov 2018
The far right claim we're heading for a clash of civilisations. The rest of us must defend our democratic freedom, says French civil servant Chloé Ridel.
Socialist modernism: remembering the architecture of the eastern bloc - The Guardian
06 Aug 2018
Much of the brutalist architecture of eastern Europe is decrepit, but now a project aims to document and preserve it.
Great British Bake Off 2018: What is is korovai celebration bread? How to make it - Express
11 Sep 2018
GREAT BRITISH BAKE OFF 2018 this week sees the bakers making a korovai celebration bread for the Showstopper Challenge. But what is the tiered wedding ...
'The way the EU treated the UK opened my eyes': Bolsover's Brexit - The Guardian
08 Jan 2019
The Derbyshire town, Dennis Skinner's constituency, voted to leave by over 70% – and has had no change of heart.
Angst, grief, pain: Europe is in turmoil as extremists form new alliances - The Guardian
13 Jan 2019
A real menace looms as we fret about Brexit and Germany and France sign symbolic accords.
Could Angela Merkel’s successor be Europe’s saviour? - The Guardian
10 Dec 2018
Could Angela Merkel’s successor be Europe’s saviour? The Guardian
Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer is a decisive pro-European who will fight to preserve the EU, says German journalist Alan Posener.
Europe's farmers on red alert as deadly African swine fever spreads to Belgium - The Guardian
14 Sep 2018
Calls for a mass cull of wild boars to protect pork exports after disease is found in two animals in Gaume.
The EU’s response to Russia must be bold and unanimous - The Guardian
12 Dec 2018
It was always just a matter of time before the smouldering conflict between Russia and Ukraine in the Sea of Azov, a body of water to the north-east of Crimea, ...
What is the current state of the migration crisis in Europe? - The Guardian
15 Jun 2018
More than three years after Europe's biggest influx of migrants and refugees since the second world war, tensions between EU member states over how to ...
Millennials love exploring Eastern Europe, South America; more women prefer solo trips abroad - Economic Times
13 Dec 2018
CHENNAI: Indian travellers are showing interest in exploring newer destinations like Eastern Europe, South America, Spain and others, said a senior group ...
Mapping the history of Odessa in 10 delicious dishes - Roads and Kingdoms
07 Nov 2018
Mapping the history of Odessa in 10 delicious dishes Roads and Kingdoms
Odessa—Ukraine's third most populous city, on the northwestern shore of the Black Sea—has had a relatively short but eventful history. It blossomed from a ...
Kaliningrad: the Russian exclave with a taste for Europe - The Guardian
31 May 2018
It's a European-leaning city cut off from Russia – but are recent moves to focus on Kaliningrad's Prussian past a step too far for the Kremlin?
10 of the best alternative city breaks in Europe - The Guardian
01 Sep 2018
10 of the best alternative city breaks in Europe The Guardian
With their historic architecture, beautiful scenery and culture without the crowds, these 10 charming European cities are perfect for a late summer/early autumn ...
As Angela Merkel’s star dims, Europe is facing perhaps its biggest challenge since 1930s - The Guardian
28 Oct 2018
Pragmatism and brave policies have sustained her so far, but her possible fall could have a dire impact on the whole EU. Simon Tisdall. Sun 28 Oct 2018 04.00 ...
Vladimir Putin’s plan to divide Europe is backfiring - The Guardian
09 Oct 2018
Vladimir Putin’s plan to divide Europe is backfiring The Guardian
As the truth about its spy activities unravels, Russia becomes a bigger problem for all Europeans – not just those in the east.
Happy Hanukkah. Love, Crisco : The Salt - NPR
02 Dec 2018
On Hanukkah, many Jews fry potato pancakes called latkes in oil or maybe schmaltz. But a century ago, one company saw an opportunity to make the Jewish fat ...
Greece may still be Europe’s sick patient, but the EU is at death’s door - The Guardian
21 Aug 2018
EU-imposed austerity is finally over for Greece – and it's time to rethink the whole European project, says political theorist Marina Prentoulis.
Britons living in EU tell MPs they are forgotten victims of Brexit - The Guardian
06 Jun 2018
British people living and working in the EU say they feel like the “forgotten victims” of Brexit who are being used as “hostages” by both sides in the negotiations.
Calgary's Total Gadjos punk up Eastern European folk music - Calgary Herald
09 Jan 2019
Calgary's Total Gadjos punk up Eastern European folk music Calgary Herald
There are two descriptions of the seven-piece Calgary band Total Gadjos on its Facebook page.One concisely defines the band's sound along genre lines, ...
Six of the best winter soups - The Guardian
25 Jan 2018
Six of the best winter soups The Guardian
Winter soups Add borscht, caldo verde or chestnut and bacon soup to your repertoire.
20 great holidays in Central Europe | Travel - The Guardian
16 Jun 2018
20 great holidays in Central Europe | Travel The Guardian
What Central Europe lacks in glitz it more than makes up for in scenery and adventure. And in these parts – from Poland to Slovenia – your money will go further, ...
The Melbourne bakeries that tell a story of Jewish migration - BBC News
14 Jan 2019
Australia's largest Jewish community is found in Melbourne. Numbering 50,000, many are descendants of Holocaust survivors and refugees from eastern ...
Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism by Kristen Ghodsee – review - The Guardian
09 Nov 2018
Did East German women have more orgasms than those in the west? How market forces affect sexuality.
Jewish Food Expert Joan Nathan Talks Recipes and Memories - Seven Days
01 Aug 2018
Thirty minutes before the July 24 lunch in honor of celebrated Jewish food expert Joan Nathan, more than a dozen dishes from her latest cookbook...
3 Versions of Europe Are Collapsing at the Same Time - Foreign Policy
10 Jul 2018
3 Versions of Europe Are Collapsing at the Same Time Foreign Policy
Is Europe failing? There is plenty of evidence to suggest so, from the constant bickering over NATO contributions, to the proliferation of half-baked deals to ...
UK and Irish teenagers among worst in Europe for problem drinking - The Guardian
26 Sep 2018
Figures in WHO study of 15-year-olds also show large declines in proportion of those who have been drunk at least twice. Kevin Rawlinson. Wed 26 Sep 2018 ...
As Putin incites more atrocities in Syria, Europe is exposed as craven - The Guardian
09 Sep 2018
Where is the challenge to Russia's aggression as fear of radical Islam strengthens its power in the Middle East?
Culinary appropriation: the surprising origins of our favourite dishes - The Telegraph
20 Aug 2018
Is there a country more welcoming to foreign food than Britain? Walk down any high street and you might encounter Turkish, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mexican, ...
Food and Brexit: will our cupboards be bare? - The Guardian
15 Sep 2018
Food and Brexit: will our cupboards be bare? The Guardian
From farmers and poultry producers to professors of food policy, those on the frontline have been sounding the alarm. So how will the UK cope after 29 March ...
Gruesome discovery of Czech tiger farm exposes illegal trade in heart of Europe - The Guardian
19 Nov 2018
A haul of *fresh* pelts and rotting remains marks the end of a five-year probe into an international crime ring. Authorities fear it points to a wider problem in Europe.
Romanians in the UK: 'If we go, who will do the jobs after Brexit?' – photo essay - The Guardian
19 Sep 2018
The second largest community of immigrants in the UK fill vital jobs yet are among most vulnerable after Brexit.
50 of the world's best desserts - CNN
11 Feb 2019
From chocolate mousse and cheesecake to pavlova and polvorónes, take a look at the 50 best desserts around the world and where they come from.
Olia Hercules: the chef bringing East European food to our tables - Telegraph.co.uk
22 Jun 2015
There's something wonderful about food writer Olia Hercules. It's not solely because she shares her surname with the almighty God of ancient Greece (though ...
10 of the best off-grid adventures in Europe: readers’ tips - The Guardian
04 Oct 2018
From islands in Sweden to peaks in Georgia, readers reveal their favourite unspoilt corners.
EU net migration to UK falls to lowest level in almost six years - The Guardian
29 Nov 2018
Net migration from the EU to the UK has slumped to a six-year low, while non-EU migration is the highest in more than a decade, according to new data issued ...
Why is Europe going through a heatwave? - The Guardian
24 Jul 2018
Why is Europe going through a heatwave? The Guardian
Partly, it's just the luck of the weather. The jet stream – the west-to-east winds that play a big role in determining Europe's weather – has been further north than ...
Polski sklep-stick – is Brexit Britain ready for eastern European standup? - The Guardian
19 Feb 2018
It's not easy being a Polish comedian in Brexit Britain. “I haven't heard anyone actually say the words, 'Go back to your country,'” says Mike Topolski, a standup ...
From a Czech warehouse to a street near you: the journey of a gun - The Guardian
18 Nov 2018
Blank-firing Zoraki handguns, imported from Europe, have been converted to deadly weapons in a shed in Bedford.
Food brands accused of ‘apartheid’ tactics in central and eastern Europe - Financial Times
19 Oct 2017
Earlier this year the Slovak government carried out a test comparing ostensibly similar foodstuffs on sale in Slovakia and Austria. The results were striking. Of the ...
A new Hanukkah tradition: The post-potato latke - Montreal Gazette
01 Dec 2018
A new Hanukkah tradition: The post-potato latke Montreal Gazette
'We are drawing on the tradition of latkes,' says Kat Romanow of Wandering Chew food collective, 'but using modern ingredients.'
Fress recipes: From Pomegranate salmon to chicken and pistaschio meatballs - The Independent
29 Jun 2017
Inspired by the melting pot of Middle Eastern and East European flavours, Emma Spitzer's recipes focus on the link between travel and food, using bold flavours ...
Eight delicious, rich and nourishing recipes from Ukraine and beyond - The Guardian
17 May 2015
From Soviet goose noodles to stuffed cabbage leaves and a classic borshch – Olia Hercules serves up some her favourite childhood dishes.
Bosnia recipes evoke taste, feeling of Eastern Europe - The Daily Gazette
14 Sep 2016
Bosnia recipes evoke taste, feeling of Eastern Europe The Daily Gazette
Bosnia — now once again part of a country called Bosnia and Herzegovina — is located in the southern Alps, part of what used to be Yugoslavia. The region ...
Sarajevo, the city where east meets west - The Guardian
02 Sep 2018
Sarajevo, the city where east meets west The Guardian
If ever a greeting has momentarily filled my head with mixed emotions, it was the one offered to me the other day by a smiling young taxi driver at an airport.
Food brands 'cheat' eastern European shoppers with inferior products - The Guardian
15 Sep 2017
European commissioner says firms are guilty of 'manifest cheating' by wrapping worse products in same packaging.
Why is populism suddenly all the rage? - The Guardian
20 Nov 2018
Why is populism suddenly all the rage? The Guardian
In 1998, about 300 Guardian articles mentioned populism. In 2016, 2,000 did. What happened? • Revealed: how populists tripled their vote over 20 years.
Brexit blamed for price rise for Christmas turkeys - The Guardian
12 Oct 2018
Brexit blamed for price rise for Christmas turkeys The Guardian
Brexit is about to make Christmas turkeys more expensive. Prices are to jump as a result of the fall in the value of the pound and higher wages farmers now have ...
Pawpaw Pudding with Vanilla Wafer and Sesame Crumble Recipe - PBS
11 Oct 2018
Pawpaws are a little-known fruit with the redundant name. For the most part, they grow wild from Maryland to Missouri and Indiana to Alabama from mid-August ...
The George Soros philosophy – and its fatal flaw - The Guardian
06 Jul 2018
The George Soros philosophy – and its fatal flaw The Guardian
The long read: Unlike most of the billionaire class, George Soros is not an out-of-touch plutocrat, but a provocative thinker committed to progressive ideals ...
'Brexit created doubt': Romanian workers turn backs on UK farms - The Guardian
31 Jul 2018
Weak pound and strong economies elsewhere make UK a less enticing prospect for seasonal staff.
A Search for Superior Rugelach, and the Harlem Baker Who’s Making the Best in New York - The New Yorker
18 Sep 2018
Hannah Goldfield writes about the history of the Jewish pastry rugelach, and the superior version at Lee Lee's Baked Goods.
Hungary passes anti-immigrant 'Stop Soros' laws - The Guardian
20 Jun 2018
Hungary passes anti-immigrant 'Stop Soros' laws The Guardian
Legislation approved by parliament restricts ability of NGOs to help in asylum claims.
National Vodka Day: Fun Facts and Recipes to Help You Celebrate - Newsweek
04 Oct 2018
Enjoy a screwdriver? A cosmopolitan? The options are endless.
Stellar Eastern European wines land in the Twin Cities - Minneapolis Star Tribune
27 Jun 2018
Stellar Eastern European wines land in the Twin Cities Minneapolis Star Tribune
Twenty-seven years ago, a curtain opened in Europe. Twin Cities wine lovers are only now reaping the benefits. After decades of being under the thumb of ...
The rise of the new populism: inside the 30 November issue of The Guardian Weekly - The Guardian
28 Nov 2018
This week's issue charts the rise of populism in Europe and beyond. Plus, the road to Qatar 2022 and Robert Mueller's endgame. Subscribe to The Guardian ...
'In eastern Europe, we don’t prefer to eat garbage': readers on food inequality - The Guardian
21 Sep 2017
Our report highlighting claims that some food brands are 'cheating' eastern and central European shoppers with inferior products prompted a huge response.
Bake Off 2018: What is the Korovai? Bread week showstopper explained - Mirror Online
11 Sep 2018
Korovai is a traditional bread used for weddings, and it holds great symbolic meaning in Eastern European cultures.
The 38 Cheapest Places To Travel In 2019 - Forbes
18 Dec 2018
Looking for a budget trip? Check out the cheapest places to travel in 2019. Here, a view of Lisbon, Portugal, one of the places on the list.Getty. Want to save ...
A Mother and Daughter Bring Old Recipes Back to Life in 'The German-Jewish Cookbook' - Tablet Magazine
05 Sep 2017
In America, talk of Jewish cuisine typically refers to all things Ashkenazi: the stuffed cabbage, rugelach, potato latkes, and other dishes of central and Eastern ...
Tiramisu or eggnog? This year's trending Christmas recipes across Europe - euronews
22 Dec 2017
Google has compiled data on recipes that EU countries are searching for ahead of Christmas dinner. This year's winner was the Italian classic, tiramisu.
Great British Menu Chef James Cochran Can No Longer Use His Own Name - Eater London
20 Aug 2018
Chef James Cochran, who left the restaurant — James Cochran EC3 — in Easter this year, before announcing the opening of a new Islington site called 1251, ...
It's the year of the babka! Why an Eastern European bread is the latest bakery craze - Telegraph.co.uk
22 Mar 2016
"My favourite customers are the couple who come in, order a coffee and a whole babka loaf to share.
An Azerbaijani Feast Awaits in Brooklyn, if You Can Find It - The New York Times
02 Oct 2018
An Azerbaijani Feast Awaits in Brooklyn, if You Can Find It The New York Times
Set back from the street like a used-car dealership, Village Cafe stands out for its careful cooking.
Czech communists confront bitter legacy of Prague Spring - The Guardian
12 Aug 2018
The ghosts of the past are returning to haunt the Czech Republic's communists just as they become closer to gaining power than at any time in the past 30 years.
World Bank warns of wider no-deal Brexit fallout - The Guardian
08 Jan 2019
World Bank warns of wider no-deal Brexit fallout The Guardian
A no-deal Brexit will have a negative economic impact from Moldova to Morocco, as the shockwaves sweep eastwards across Europe and through trade links to ...
80% of Britain's 1.4m eastern European residents are in work - The Guardian
10 Jul 2017
Office for National Statistics says 916000 Poles are living in UK, with Lithuanians the second largest eastern European group.
Number of eastern EU nationals in UK workforce falls by 5% - The Guardian
21 Feb 2018
The number of Poles, Latvians and other eastern European nationals working in Britain fell by 5% last year, providing *fresh* evidence that a “Brexodus” is under ...
Dohar Meats' bacon, hurka, head cheese back at Cleveland's West Side Market (recipes) - cleveland.com
05 Dec 2018
After being down and out with construction and personal health problems, owner Mike Szucs has a new production site.
Fishery could face legal action for sign banning east European anglers - The Guardian
18 Dec 2017
Field Farm fisheries in Oxfordshire ignores letters from Polish enthusiast and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
20 best Middle Eastern recipes: part 4 - The Guardian
26 Oct 2017
20 best Middle Eastern recipes: part 4 The Guardian
Lebanese falafel, Turkish stuffed mussels and Honey & Co's signature pudding, feta and honey cheesecake, finish our collection of the best Middle Eastern ...
A Case for Eating Herbs as if They Were Vegetables - The New Yorker
24 Oct 2018
A Case for Eating Herbs as if They Were Vegetables The New Yorker
Olia Hercules on the culinary experiences of her family's travels from Ukraine to Georgia and Azerbaijan in her childhood, and on why herbs should be ...
Wraps around the world - INSIDER
08 Nov 2018
Wraps around the world INSIDER
Whether your wrap comes in a tortilla or a pita, they are delicious all over the world. We rounded up how 12 places around the world make wraps.