Tastes of Danube – Bread Connects

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Good bread is delicious – some butter and the taste is fantastic. Unfortunately, there are many people who have to deal with different intolerances or hypersensitivities – wheat or gluten containing food. So, baking gluten-free bread is worth trying. So far, I have tried several versions but my own creations are not competitive with “real” […]

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  There was a rich exhibition of ritual breads mixed by members of the Association. A presentation was presented on the topic “A Tale of Bread” by Desislava Bozhidarova – Ethnographer at the Regional History Museum – Vidin. The presentation included traditions in replacing ritual breads for various occasions and holidays. A video was then […]

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on October 14th students from both schools Primary School “St. Cyril and Methodius” – Silistra and School “Carol I” – Ostrov, Romania made bread. Students from Primary school “St. Cyril and Methodius” – Silistra visited bread bakery “Tulcha” where they made bread in kind of forms – like turtles, flowers, bread with old family stamp etc. […]

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During the Bread Baking Week there was organized an excursion to the Museum of Vojvodina in Novi Sad (Serbia). The many centuries of mutual connections between the Slavic, Ugro-Finnic and Germanic peoples in the Pannonian and Danube Basin regions have led to the joint life of numerous ethnic groups on the territory of present day […]

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During the week of making, baking and sharing bread in the village Pivnice, in municipality of Backa Palanka (Serbia) a Intergenerational Serbian-Slovak workshop of making bread and pastries were organized with many participants from several local organisations. Children from foster families together with representatives of the Gerontology Center, the Club of Slovak women from Pivnica, […]

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“Bread connects!” – We liked this idea and thus wanted to participate, especially because some of our participants come from Danube countries. Besides two Brazilians and one Albanian, there are three Romanians and one Hungarian taking part in the course. On 25th October 2017, instead of a German class at the classroom, we met at […]

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The two German teachers of N. Gogol High School in Chisinau, Anastasia Creciun and Irina Zaharova learnt about the action “Bread connects. Give a sign of friendship” during a visit of the Networkers from Ulm at Pedagogic University Ion Creanga. They, together with their classes, were thrilled about the idea to connect people along the […]

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The pupils of the second grade A (teacher Nicoleta Gherghina) and the pupils from third grade C (teacher Mirela Carp) of the High school Carmen Sylva in Timisoara participated  in the frame of the project “Tastes of Danube. Bread connects” at the common activity “Hard-working hands” in the village Sintesti, Timisoara county. There, guided by […]

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On 9th and 10th October 2017, a qualification training “Bread as a social event” which had been developed by anthropologist Nadeshda Grigorova was conducted by Zdrava Vodenicharova and the Bread House Team at the Bread House Networks in Sofia. 15 multipliers from 6 countries learnt the method theoretically and practically. It is suited to bring […]

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On Wednesday, 11th  October , 2017, at 11:00, the Romanian Writers League Cluj-Napoca organized within the” Radu Stanca” Literary Circle,  the  meeting  “Danubian Bread” at the Multifunctional Center for Integrated Social Services for the Elderly People No. 2 Cluj-Napoca. […]

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In the frame of the second international partner meeting of the project ODDA, an event regarding the topic “Bread connects” excellently organized by Prof. Emiliya Velikova took place at University of Ruse in the frame of the Bread Baking Week along the Danube, organized by the Network Danube-Networkes.  190  people, representatives of the University, town […]

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On Sunday 15th October, members of Slowfood CV Ulm and several guests met at the Family Education Centre Ulm in the frame of the Danube-Networkers’ action “Bread connects” in order to bake different breads together as a sign of friendship along the Danube.  Small delicacies of bread and pastries (Swabian “Seelen”, Swabian Wreath, Sugar Bread, […]

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On 13 October, 2017, women from Soroptimist International – Club Ruse organized a bread-making event with the children from the Red Cross Centre for work with children at risk and students from the degree program Social Pedagogy of the University of Ruse. The motto of the mini-project was BREAD CONNECTS OUR MEMORIES AND OUR DREAMS. […]

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On Monday, October 9, 2017, the students of the 9th grade MI (Prof. Carmen Firu) participated at the workshop “Bread recipes from the Danube countries”, within the project “Tastes of Danube. Bread connects”. They made a panel with bread recipes, which they put on the wall of the Banat National College in Timisoara. They also […]

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On World Food Day, 16th October 2017, an event on the subject “Bread connects” took place at the church-related educational institution House of Encounter together with the Danube-Networkers. In the morning, 55 pupils, two teachers, the headmaster of Spitalhofschule Ulm and 12 Danube-Networkers worked together in different working groups on the subject Bread connects with […]

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On 25th September 2017, a group of 22 Danube-Networkers visited the La Salle-High School in Pildesti, East Romania. The High school is since four years active member in the Network and engaged in several projects, also quite now. The Director of the school, Prof. Cristina Istoc und Brother  Vicentiu,   presented the schools’ work, then a […]

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The festival is traditional, this year was held for the sixth time. Over 190 people participated in more than 500 meals – soups, main dishes, desserts, bread.        We – members of the NGO “Nothing is impossible – 3N” invited partners from the Community centers in Silistra region, where live people from different ethnic groups […]

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The pupils from third grade B (teacher Simona Barbu) from Pedagogical High School “Carmen Sylva”, Timisoara, Romania participated in the workshop “Flavor of baked bread”. They demonstrated their skill in preparing the bread and then sharing it.       […]

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The 2nd Fair and the 22nd Conference „Milling and Baking Days“ were held from 12nd to 14th October in „Master“ Hall at the Novi Sad Fair. This year’s fair gathered eminent experts from the baking, milling and confectionery profession. Visitors had the opportunity to see in one place equipment, supplies, raw materials, additives, aids, laboratory, […]

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Open Meeting Neu-Ulm is an offer for people from different living conditions looking for variety, exchange and enrichment in every-day life.   Particularly people with physical and mental encroachments shall experience more participation in public life through this offer. Between 10 and 15 persons with and without disabilities meet regularly twice a month on Tuesdays. […]

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Meeting of students from both schools –  Primary School “St. Cyril and Methodius” – Silistra and School “Carol I” – Ostrov, Romania On October 14th at the border between Bulgaria and Romania students from both countries met together.  In order to realize the meeting between the students at the border checkpoint, we held several preliminary […]

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On 7th October, the General Catholic Community of Ulm, together with the Eritrean, Italian, Croatian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian and Hungarian native communities invited to a common service. After the service, there was a chance for encounters and exchange. The Danube-Networkers took part in the service and presented an intercesssion:     Intercession of the Danube-Networkers […]

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On Saturday, 7th of October,  the opening of the Bread-Baking-Week took place in the Museum of Bread Culture in Ulm! It was a nice event with interesting information about the Week and bread was formed and baked together. Special thanks to the Lord Mayor of Ulm, Gunter Czisch, the director of the Museum of Bread […]

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In the frame of the Bread-Baking-Week of the project “Bread connects” the Writers League Timisoara made an cultural activity the the 8th october in the High School Vlad Tepes, Timisoara, Romania. The topic bread was present in poems which were recited, essays that were told and songs that were sung. Later, everyone shared and savoured […]

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Photo Publication: “Bread connects – give a sign of friendship along the Danube” During our bread baking week from 7th – 16th October, we kindly invite everyone to share with us their photos regarding the topic “Bread connects – give a sign of friendship along the Danube”. We look forward to numerous and interesting photos! […]

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Bread connects. Give a sign of friendship along the Danube! From 7th to 16th October 2017 the Danube-Networkers are carrying out a Danube Bread Baking Week with this motto. During this week, many actions concerning bread baking and bread sharing will take place in all Danube countries. People of all ages, ethnic origins and social […]

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