Bulgaria

Plovdiv – On the Longest Pedestrian Street in Europe

Some say the longest pedestrian street is located in Bordeaux, France, while others think Sainte-Catherine in Copenhagen is the longest one. Plovdiv in Bulgaria also applies for this primacy as its pedestrian street reaches 1.75 km. I think it is… (READ MORE)

Wandering through the Streets of the Old Town in Plovdiv

Did you know that Plovdiv belongs to the ten oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world? It is even older than Rome. Discovered objects of everyday life show that the ancient Thracians established their settlement here in the 4th millennium… (READ MORE)

Gyuvech with Eggs and Savoury (Bulgaria)

In the previous post, we have talked about Bulgarian traditional ceramics. Food prepared in such pots keeps its taste, juiciness and aroma. Now another recipe, this time flavoured with savoury. Savoury (Satureja) is called chubritsa in Bulgarian and actually, it… (READ MORE)

Vegetable Gratin in Bulgarian Way

Zapečená zelenina

Bulgarians are famous vegetable producers from of old. They have spread their skills even further in the world. At the beginning of the 20th century, there were about 300 Bulgarians working as gardeners in Bratislava (Slovakia). The song “Zelenchuci koito… (READ MORE)

Tarator – A Refreshing Soup for the Summer

Tarator

Bulgarians eat white yoghurt (“kiselo mliako” in Bulgarian) every day, their whole life, in large amounts and in different forms. Very often as a side dish to other meals, in summer as a whisked and with water diluted drink (airan)… (READ MORE)

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