Latest News – 12the August 2011

This is a work in progress, and new sections will be made available in the coming weeks and months. The portal will be constantly updated with new features, recipes, video clips and much more.  In our first update we are launching a feature about The Santa Maria Convoy as well as information about victory Kitchen which were setup in Malta during the WW2.

Under the Heritage Malta section we have launched the first museum site linked to Maltese food, this is the Folklore Museum site in Victoria Gozo. In the coming weeks we shall be launching mini sites for another 8 Heritage Malta sites.

The recipes section is also being launched and will be continually post new recipes on a daily basis. In the coming weeks we shall be launching two new sections on the site, the first being an online shop selling traditional Maltese food items, the second is a restaurant directory with a difference… stay tuned for more updates.  Make sure you “Like” our Facebook page so that you will be kept updated with the latest updates.

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One Response to Latest News – 12the August 2011

  1. Yvonne Muller says:

    Hello there,
    I have thoroughly enjoyed looking over your web site. I will be trying out some of the recipes suggested by your guests, especially the ‘ftira’. I have tried to capture the essence of the Maltese Hobza time and again to no avail, so I was especially happy to see a tried and tested recipe. I would also be interested in joining any group that is dedicated to keeping the tradition of the great bread and the wonderful pastizzi, (as my Italian friend tells me, ‘it’s the best thing to come out of Malta’, going. I guess that we are fortunate here in Australia, for the time being anyway, especially in the Melbourne western suburbs, as the oldies still remember how to make pastizzi and ravjul the old fashioned way and there are a few shops that make them on the premises. The taste and texture is superb unlike those horrible mass-produced excuses for pastizzi that are to be found in supermarkets.

    I will also be ‘liking’ your Facebook site and look forward to receiving updates etc;
    Cheers Yvonne

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