Category Archives: Ljubljana

Automatic Raw Milk Machine- Mlekomat opens at Slovenian Target

Vsak dan sveze mleko– Fresh milk every day *The Original Story appeared on Hartkeisonline.com  by Kim Hartke with Headline: Supercenter Store Welcomes Raw Milk with Huge Fanfare. http://hartkeisonline.com/2009/12/01/supercenter-store-welcomes-raw-milk-with-huge-fanfare Can you imagine driving up to your favorite Target store, parking the car, … Continue reading

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Taste of Slovenia 2014 tour announced, May 30- June 9, 2014

We are very proud to announce that our second annual premier culinary tour, Taste of Slovenia, will take place May 30 to June 9, 2014, showcasing the traditional and local cuisines of this small jewel of a country.  You may ask, … Continue reading

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Piranske Soline at Taste of Slovenia Real Food Tour

On our Taste of Slovenia Real Food Tour this past May, 2013, our group visited the Saltpans on the Piran Bay. Salt is still being harvested here and many shops dot the countryside selling versions of the salt, including the “fleur … Continue reading

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Taste of Slovenia tour group member gives her impressions of Slovenia

With permission of Gillian Jacobs from UK, who was a member of our tour group to Slovenia in May 2013, I am publishing excerpts from her blog on Slovenia.  She is a new blogger and her site is called Wise … Continue reading

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