A corner glass showcase at the Aviation Museum canteen houses these food related artefacts of the second world war. [Show as slideshow]Read more
Walking around K’Mart supermarket with Lorraine Hussain is literally the same as walking with a spice encyclopedia. I just had to raise an eyebrow and she would tell me the history of the item, what it is used for and how it is used in Malta, etc etc…. I really enjoyed discovering so many new spices and […]Read more
Another constant on the Maltese calendar – Zejt iz-Zejtun – a feast of traditional and not so traditional food, music and culture with olives being the main focus of the night. I really loved the olive oil tasting session while having a close look at the olive oil pressing. [Show as slideshow] A vast selection […]Read more
Spent an enjoyable morning with Lorraine Hussain going round Ta’ Qali Farmers’ Market. This market screams Malta and is definitely a feast of edible colours. At the market you will only find fresh local produce such as vegetables, fruit, meat products, wine, honey, flowers and much much more at very reasonable prices. [Show as slideshow]12► Ta’ Qali market is […]Read more
One very good reason I love summer is the collection of photographs shown below. It is not just about the actual eating of sea urchins and limpets, but for us it is a family gathering. My dad is very keen on snorkelling and has been diving for sea urchins and limpets for many years. Nowadays […]Read more
Lately I have seen a lot of posts about ‘gbejniet’, so off I went to buy some ‘gbejniet’ from the very best of Gozo. Joseph Attard tal-Kejken has been selling ‘gbejniet’ for many years, and we have been his loyal customers ever since we had tasted his ‘ġbejniet nexfin’. They are absolutely to die for and my taste buds […]Read more
Walking past the Nix Mangiare Stairs in Valletta I thought about the hordes of Maltese begging for food on these steps…
I sat down on these ‘nothing to eat stairs’ and ilovefood.com came to mind. What a contrast……Everyday, and rightly so, we celebrate food and the abundance of it while others have to beg.
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Last week the 1st Cospicua Scouts (Troop section) held their mini summer camp at their headquarters in Vittoriosa. I decided join for a few hours to see what goes on in their ‘kitchen’.
A fully equipped temporary kitchen was set up overlooking the bastions. Clive and Daniel, chef patrons of the day, were ready to prepare and serve […]
Last Sunday I woke up early, grabbed my camera and headed off to Marsaxlokk open market. I love open markets and visit quite a few, but I must confess that Marsaxlokk market is my very favourite one. Its setting is unique.
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6.30am and the market is so colourful and alive. The early morning sunlight hits the fruit and vegetables […]
Hi to all….This is my first blog on ilovefood.com. I will keep the ‘talking’ very short but ‘compensate’ with many photographs. Let’s all hit the colourful aromatic streets of Zabbar….
Saturday 1st June saw the Malta International Food Festival at Zabbar. Thousands of people roamed the streets of Zabbar with one thing in mind – food. Six stations were set […]