Dear friends, I hope you’ve had a wonderful Easter. I am sorry if I haven’t written anything for a while, but I have been enjoying the holidays and the first rays of sunshine that have finally hit this rainy and cloudy island. Today I went with my parents to Harrogate, a lovely town in … Continue reading Afternoon tea at Betty’s
In this assignment for a Dutch Food PR agency, I try to analyse in which ways social media are changing the way we eat and the whole eating experience, with enormous implications for the hospitality industry. https://app.luminpdf.com/sign-in
As soon as I moved to Groningen, the Netherlands for my master’s, I started wondering about the soul of the Dutch cuisine. After weeks of asking people (and the Internet), I started getting discouraged: apparently the Dutch cuisine didn’t exist. Or if it did, it was nothing worth mentioning.
Dear friends, It’s 3 am and I cannot sleep. They say you should learn from your mistakes, but I can’t help it. It’s always the same story: I am talking about having pizza for dinner. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing bad about having pizza for dinner and probably most people who eat pizza … Continue reading The Pizza Princess’ 3 am reflections or the trouble with eating pizza for dinner
Have you ever eaten out on your own? I have. Not often, but it’s happened. And you know what? Even if the food was impeccable and the restaurant was very pretty, I felt strange and out of place.