My first article on The Rambling Epicure
I'm a huge fan of honey. Every time I come back from Poland I find myself carrying jars of this truly marvelous golden liquid that my mum buys from a local beekeeper. She believes that honey can cure almost everything and she's an absolute trove of honey recipes, remedies and home-made cosmetics. That's why I choose honey as the hero of my very fist article on The Rambling Epicure. Check the TRE website to read it http://www.theramblingepicure.com/archives/29009
How to walk 50km and still gain 2kg :-)
There's no place like Rome in the springtime - warm days, blossoming parks and uncrowded trattorias; and the best way to enjoy Rome is to walk. You don't need anything more, but a map in your hand, a few euros for a plate of delicious pasta and your eyes wide open. Get a deep breath and start your love affair with Rome, its vibrant streets and squares, the charm of its masterpieces, the shades of its monuments and its radiant sunsets. Every corner, every stone, every sound uncovers a mystery, brings the wind of history and the sweet breeze of tomorrow. Rome speaks to you in thousands of different ways and the more you plunge into the city, the more your love for it is requited.
Eat or not to eat?
Early spring vegetables feed our eyes with vivid colours, provide us with vitamins and minerals and revive our pallet with crisp, tasty choices. Popping up in grocery stores and markets, they are calling out to be bitten into. Flavourful and juicy, they’re a long-awaited change to the root vegetables available during endless winter months. Especially because at the beginning of spring, our bodies crave for a vitamin boost and a bit of variety in our everyday diets. But are the early spring vegetables really so healthy?
When you do something that matters…
I was more than excited when Ben from [reason2.be](https://www.reason2.be/) asked me to create a nice, organic soup recipe for the Tree Planting Event 2012. I absolutely love these kind of initiatives! Beautiful scenery, right into nature and hundreds of enthusiasts with the same goal. Do you know any better way to spend a spring-like Sunday morning?
A morning visit to the Mabru market
There are different reasons why people wake up early in the morning (or in the middle of the night if you like). Some rush to take an early morning flight, some to meet deadline at work, some to study for an exam. But why somebody would voluntarily wake up at 4 am?