Bah humbug: Not all Belgians like Christmas

Almost half of Belgians celebrate Christmas Eve at home and 34% with family. Today, a ‘life at home’ survey (ILIV) announced its results from...

Detox tips: It’s a tournée minérale

Dave Deruytter joined his fellow Belgians in abstaining from alcohol and offers his detox tips. What are the effects of not drinking any alcohol for...

Food: Rachel Khoo On Her Terms

Food: Gemma Rose meets the British cook sensation, who also happens to be her idol: Rachel Khoo, on her terms. Persistence is a prized possession...

Brussels restaurants: Visit Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon

In our regular dining pages we look at two Brussels restaurants Wok Dynasty and Chez Leon Chez Leon All year round – but especially in the...

Dining: La Soeur du Patron

Carl dos Santos and his sister Vanessa are celebrating a double Christmas whammy as they mark 20 years since they took over this fine Brussels brasserie....

Parma ham at Rob the Gourmets’ Market: tasty!

C. Thonon tried the Parma ham for her first time in Rob the Gourmets’ Market. In April, the Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma and Rob...

September events at La Maison du Luxembourg

Back at work? Looking for some excellent September events? Look no further... September events in Brussels Belgian Luxembourg in the Ardennes, close by and surprising! Our inspiring...

Brännland cider: Passion, expertise and the ambition

A prestigious wine-tasting event invited Brännland cider -Swedes who make sweet cider. For the past ten years Catherine and Philippe Cohen of CDP Fine Wines...

Fine wines: The Loire and the Elysian fields

In our fine wines section we look at a region that is very much in the pink. The market share from rosé wine doubled between...

Brussels Dining: Head for Argentina and local farms

This month in our Brussels Dining pages we offer two very different culinary experiences. Nueva Buenos Aires Close to the famous Chatelain Quarter, this restaurant is...
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