All photos belong to Sarah. Bread she baked herself, along with locally made cheese and fermented aubergines and carrots.

My Instagram feed is basically food, I confess. And that’s the place where I find most of the people I reach out to write these articles. …


I came across Inês Neto dos Santos’ work by accident, while researching for a utterly boring topic for a work I had to do. It captivated me so much I immediately sent her a message, telling her that I would love to attend one of her performative dinners. So you…


Another chapter about sourdough bread. All the photographs belong to the hands who made this loaf.

When it comes to cooking, I think it has a lot to do with connections, wether to nature, to traditions, or to people. It has also a lot to do with self-discovery. You learn how to deal with failure, accomplishment, perseverance. …


All photographs included in this article belong to Alexandra Macedo. This one is part of the preparation for her childhood orange cake.

Raw materials shape final results in everything humans do. Cooking with great ingredients is almost a fail safe. When I see someone who cares about the materials used in his/her work , I assume the same mindset is transported to the kitchen. This led me to email Alexandra Macedo, owner…


All photographs included in this article belong to Melissa Wastney.

Grow your own, surround yourself with nature, and dare not to connect with the act of eating and cooking. Almost impossible! Following Melissa Wastney’s blog, Tinny Happy, that she has been keeping for ten years (!) made me wonder if she wouldn’t be one of those people. I guess I hit the spot!

Being the oldest of 5 children growing up on a farm, she helped her parents a lot with food preparation. “It was a great education and the best thing was that my Mum gave me all the freedom. I could experiment, help and bake anything I liked, as long as…


On the last day of 180 Creative Camp 2017, as I walked along the wall where the posters from Inês Nepumoceno and Moriz Oberberger workshop were hanging, one of them caught my attention and somehow summed up everything I had been trying to put together regarding these days. It was…


All photographs included in this article belong to MARGARIDA FABRICA.

People who love food tend to be picky about where they put their food onto. In fact, a beautiful plate or bowl can brighten up a meal and a spoon with the perfect roundness and deepness can elevate the experience of eating a soup or a one-bowl-meal. Ergonomics do play…


All photographs included in this article belong to Sandra Juto. And so does this lunch.

I think creativity and cooking walk side by side. I follow a lot of creative people online and I kind of see a pattern of people who rather like cooking or eating. So I decided I should talk with some of them to see how is their kitchen business! For…


Once in a while, a new story about bread.

Another story about bread, part of the Sourdough Series. In case you haven’t read it, take a look at the first article. In this series, we talk about sourdough bread. …


I met Ana in a workshop and I was curious when she mentioned she baked cakes which had a relationship with nature. Well, as her blog slogan says, they are rustic cakes inspired by nature. She studied Psychology, quite far from the kitchen, but ironically baking cakes started as a…

Teresa Leonor

Writing while eating a banana.

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