Tuesday, June 25The Voice of London

Food

Holidays are coming and so is the ‘Big red truck’

Food
When you think of Coca-Cola you think of Santa Claus. When you think of Santa Claus you think of a chubby, elderly man with a white beard, red cheeks holding a bottle of our favourite beverage in the world. Coca-cola has been with us for generations and because of the love we share for it, it wants to keep that bond strong and continue it’s path with us and the generations to come. Reporter:Maria-Christina Chougkaeva | Sub-editor: Visnja Marjanovic Introduced to us back in 1886, Coca-Cola has a top secret formula that makes it so special and so different to every other refreshing drink. Coca-Cola has always been in our home and most of us drink it occasionally while having lunch or dinner. Summer is when we get to refresh ourselves adding ice cubes to our glass of coke.Yet Chri
Traditional Bulgarian cuisine and its cultural meaning

Traditional Bulgarian cuisine and its cultural meaning

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Reporter: Elitsa Grigorova| Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova   As I walk past a small Indonesian restaurant, I could see through the window how much people are enjoying their beautifully cooked dishes. There is nothing much fascinating about that, since it is a scene we can often see in almost every restaurant in London. But then I ask myself; how many of these clients have actually thought about the cultural background of a particular dish or what it symbolizes for this ethnicity? Every time I take a walk somewhere in the city I always discover at least one new place with a foreign cuisine. It is fascinating that nowadays you could easily travel around the world without even leaving London just by visiting all of these different  restaurants. If we have the appetite for different a

A bite in a Nutella pop-up café

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Christmas time in London, cosy blankets on a balcony and a menu featuring this hazelnut heaven – what else could you possibly ask for? Reporter: Visnja Marjanovic | Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova When we heard about the new Nutella pop-up restaurant, we simply had to go see it (read: try it) for ourselves. The pop-up is set on the forth flour of Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge, on a balcony decorated so beautifully festive and welcoming it would make you feel all Christmassy in the middle of July. If you can, we recommend the tables next to the fence, so you could also enjoy the pleasant view with your favourite desserts. We got there just after four in the afternoon and were able to catch the last few minutes of daylight. However, the dark brought magic to the restaurant, as the

A sip from the Mediterranean culture

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A powerful figure in the Mediterranean culture, strong,dark as the night yet sweet as love. Turkish coffee is a very popular drink in the Mediterranean, Middle East, Balkans and North Africa. Consumed by men and women after a good meal or early in the morning it offers not only an enjoyment with friends but also health and beauty benefits. Reporter:Maria-Christina Chougkaeva| Sub-Editor: Elitsa Grigorova Turkish coffee has been very popular in Greece and people would enjoy their coffee with a cigarette or a biscuit for the ones that don’t smoke. The history of coffee in Greece started from the years of Ottoman ruling. Greeks were introduced to the coffee while living in the Greek areas of Turkey, such as Trabzon and Samsun, until the early 60’s. After the Greek people were prosecuted fro
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