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(P) New Romanian Cuisine Cooking Class in Bucharest

City Compass Tours & Events organised in April a New Romanian Cuisine Cooking Class in Bucharest together with their partners from Terra Carpatica. The...

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A Romanian cooking show has been enjoying top TV ratings largely due to having found its own success recipe: a team of charismatic chefs...

Juranda’s Homemade Romanian Food: Carpathian Truffle & Mushroom Macchiato

This is a dish for all those tired of Romanian barbecues, sarmale and mamaliga after Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Invite your friends for...

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A must-have on Christmas in Romania are the famous cozonaci, one of the delights of local traditional cuisine. A cake with origins in the Roman...

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Yoghurt always reminds me of my childhood in Romania. Most of the milk products sold in stores today do not taste like they used...

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  Babic is a traditional spicy salami from Buzau county. The name Babic has Serbian roots and the original recipe for this homemade sausages comes...

Juranda’s homemade Romanian food: “Moldovan Mucenici” – A traditional dessert

March is an important month in the Romanian tradition. March means the start of spring and start of the agricultural season. People clean their...

Juranda’s homemade Romanian food: “Papanasi” – Romania’s most famous dessert

It is always a pleasure to look at the face of an expat or foreign tourist after ordering the first time papanași: This king-size...

Juranda’s Homemade Romanian Food: Romanian country bread pie

Bread is a sanctuary for Romanians. Like in many Mediterranean countries, bread is a must and served with nearly all dishes, especially in the...

Juranda’s Homemade Romanian Food: Duck breast roulade with quince confit

The quince (“gutui” in Romanian) has been a popular ingredient since medieval times.  It is native to Southwest Asia, Turkey and Greece, but used...

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