About one and a half year ago I started a series on a blog. I called it Kulinetki (it could be ‘translated’ like Culinets). It was some news, inspiration from culinary world, mostly connected with Poland. I wrote 4 parts, but unfortunately due to work, I stopped writing them (and also regulars post with with recipes).
I enjoyed preparing Kulinetki for you, so I decided to reactivate it. I hope this attempt will last longer than the last one. Keep your fingers crossed.
1. Alchemia od Kuchni is one of the Cracow’s restaurant which serves some decent vegan option. I like the interior, calm music and tiny spices on the tables. I eat there from time to time. I have never ate breakfast there, so I was quite surprised when I ordered chickpea cake with hummus and superfood salad. First of all it was gigantic, second the taste was quite good- fresh, well seasoned, maybe a little to dry for me. I will definitely come back for breakfasts.
2. Coffee which smells like plum jam must be amazing. And the package is really cute. For winter drip coffee I recommend Kenya Kamwangi AA from Berlin roastery Five Elephant. It’s delicious.
3. I’ve already shown you on FB and Instagram AOOMI ceramics, which recently become mine! It’s so minimalistic, delicate and beautiful. I’m totally in love. AOOMI products are of course made in Poland and authors are really positive and warm people. I hope one day we meet in person.
4. There is a pretty delicious alternative for honey, made by Polish brand Krakowski Kredens- dandelion syrup. It taste great with tea. My favorite combination is earl grey with fresh ginger, orange and dandelion syrup.
6. Yesterday, when I was making for gingerbread cookies, I felt in love with cloves aroma. So woody and intense. And I thought how great it would be if there were perfumes with cloves. And I found that Australian company Aesop (cruelty-free) makes such perfumes. One of them called Marakesh are described as oriental. The other, Tacit are more delicate, but also with cloves aroma. I hope I would try the some day, because the smell of cloves, basil and yuzu must be amazing.