This Wednesday, June 14th, we will be hosting The Grid Talks: Food Waste panel discussion at Cloud Coworking at 7 pm. Recently, food waste has become both an environmental and social problem, but what does it really mean? Here we are featuring a brief introduction into the issue, but it will be discussed in depth at our panel discussion.
We had the honor of joining Emily Szajda for an evening of dining and wining. We had a private cooking workshop with three different foods prepared. Recipes will be provided below!. If you liked what you saw and want to take part in a cooking class visit www.emilydawnyogaandwellness.com! Check out our recent interview with Emily here!
This week on People On The Grid by Katrina Logie, we chat about a Food Tourism App. We met with the Co-Founder of Bitemojo, Michael Weiss and the Co-Founder of Barcelona Eat Local, Marina Manasyan. In our interview, we talked about both Michael and Marina’s respective companies and then what lead them to collaborate on a project that involves two of my favourite things: food and tourism. Food-urism. (more…)
If there was one place that I could live for the rest of my life where would it be? A bakery, more specifically Uay Balam. This lovely bakery is located in Gracia and has two wonderful owners. During our interview, we talked desserts, Mayan synchrony and more. (more…)
When it comes to Christmas dinner it isn’t normal for us to have the same kind of dinner like every year. But aren’t we a bit curious about what other cultures eat during the most wonderful time of the year? Here we share some Christmas food traditions from around the world.
People waste an outrageous amount of food. Between farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores and consumers, more than 1.3 billion tonnes of consumable food were tossed away last year. That’s enough to build a mountain 3 kilometres wide and 2500 meters high.
Every neighbourhood in Barcelona is blessed with its own market. Locals have the convenience of grabbing fresh and organic products anytime they want all the while appreciating the beauty of their very own market. It’s also important to notice how, unlike supermarkets, which tend to sell plastic-wrapped products, public markets are as much sustainable as they are enjoyable.