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Mariana Kavroulaki is an experimental archaeologist-food historian and she is passionate about sharing her knowledge of Greek food history and...

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Viktoria Radichkova has only been blogging for a few years, but her love of food goes way back – at the age of 11, she had already prepared her...

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American chef Kyle Dudley worked in both Danish and U.S. kitchens before he took the leap and created his very own cuisine, Kuro Alma. This fusion of...

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Cashew nuts are extremely popular around the world, but most people will be surprised to learn how they grow. Like macadamias and almonds, cashews...

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Italian foodies Francesca and Marinella first met when their kids attended the same Copenhagen school three years ago. Since then, they have been...

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It’s no coincidence that the Greek word for stranger – xenos – also means guest. Hospitality is a cornerstone in the ancient...

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Norwegian blogger Stine Mari is the ginger with a touch of spice, referring both to the vibrant colour of her hair and one of her favourite...

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Earlier this January, Giuseppe Lippolis teamed up with fellow foodie Adele Kamel to host an authentic Italian-Lebanese dinner in his Malmö...

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Noel Roche is loved by guests for his kindness, hospitality, and mouthwatering menus. We recently had a chance to get to know him a little better,...

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Christmas is a time of traditions, not least when it comes to food. To start your foodie holiday celebrations on the right note, we’ve picked...

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Toqa Kamel was one of the first Copenhagen hosts to join TastePlease, and her Mediterranean cuisine has left more than a few guests with a...

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Singer-songwriter and passionate foodie Lisa is originally from Australia but now lives in Greece. Recently, she started hosting vegan dinners in her...

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Olive oil is a cornerstone in the Mediterranean diet – present in almost every dish and frequently praised for its health benefits. It’s...

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Recently, Bolivia has gained recognition as an upcoming culinary destination. Ancient ingredients are turned into modern dishes, ranking high on both...

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What is it like to dine with people you don’t know beforehand? We all know a little about dining etiquette for visiting someone’s home,...

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As a new player in the social dining-game, you might wonder whether your kitchen skills are up to par. Will your go-to lasagne or homestyle salad...

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The latest avocado boom is taking over the world. From the winner avocado toast to the latest trend – avocado latte, the fans of this super...

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The world is full of foods and cuisines to explore. Social dining is just one way to dive into them – another is the simple act of visiting the...

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When it comes to seafood, there’s nothing like the freshly-caught! But do you know just how to pick out the freshest fish or shellfish? Or...

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When you find yourself in a new place, craving a taste of the local cuisine, it can be hard to pick just one dish to try first. In fact, all you...

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The upcoming month of August often equals vacation, a great excuse to indulge on some of the many food offers out there. From local traditions and...

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Ever had a feeling that you are missing exciting events in your life? An adventurous dinner is great if you are bored of your everyday recipe routine...

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At sunset, the heat of summer days is replaced by the chill of night, and you might find yourself craving the warmth of a spicy meal. Now, this easy...

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As the month of Ramadan is coming to an end, Muslims around the world prepare to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a holiday known for its many traditional...

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We all know about the amazing pizzas and pasta dishes that helped make the Italian cuisine famous, but the Mediterranean country has much more to...

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Being a good host is all about offering people a great experience. In order to do that, however, you’ll first have to create an event that...

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Guys & Gals, it's time for a treat! For all of you enjoying the sunny days of early summer, this dessert is very appropriate. The ingredients...

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Travelling the world is a great way to introduce yourself to new cultures and cuisines, but sometimes it’s worthwhile exploring the diversity...

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A weekend getaway to the west German city of Cologne is all about discovering the unique atmosphere and the people there. However, we dare to say...

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Here at TastePlease, we love to try new food experiences. This time, we've tried our hand at a vegan treat – more specifically, fresh veggie...

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By now, our team have played the part as both hosts and guests on several occasions. Nonetheless, we still remember what it was like to ring the...

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Every country and culture has their own traditions when it comes to food, and there are countless festivals dedicated to celebrating the joy that...

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While most people tend to consider fusion cuisine a modern invention, the Peruvians have been mixing local ingredients with global techniques for...

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Unlike their green counterparts, white asparagus are highly seasonal and only available for a few months a year - in other words, now is the moment...

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For us, the best cut of lamb is the shoulder. Not only does it fit most budgets - it's certainly cheaper than chops - but it also makes a...

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Whether you prefer yours painted, hard-boiled or made out of chocolate, it’s time to bring out the eggs. Easter traditions vary across the...

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In many cultures, food is a part of cultural identity, sometimes even ritualised. Each country and region treats food differently; however, here is a...

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The chouriço assado - or roasted chorizo - is a simple and fun dish to serve at friendly gatherings, so why not treat your guests to a taste...

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Who would have thought that there was more to German food culture than sausages and beer? It’s obvious that Germans love their beer –...

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Spring is here, which means it’s time for some foraging! If you’re new to the game, a good place to start is by collecting wild garlic,...

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“Ma chere Mademoiselle, it is with deepest pride and greatest pleasure that we welcome you tonight. And now we invite you to relax, let us pull...

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