Tastes of Danube – Bread Connects

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The partner meeting in July 2018 in Ulm has a new website, just click on the picture to get information: http://danube-heritage2018.eu […]

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The Bakery Museum is situated in the village Mali Idjos, in Vojvodina. Serbia. The bakery from the early 1900’s is a part of the family’s inheritance. It provides an insight into the mystery of bread making, with old time tools and instruments used in the process of bread making from the turn of the previous […]

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On 25th April 2018, the Association The Writers League Timisoara Banat Branch organized a baking workshop at Secondary School Rudolf Walter. The Foundation Rudolf Walter, first village for children in Romania was inaugurated in 1994. The teacher Boldura Ana Maria, director of the school Rudolf Walter, agreed to keep the baking workshop with pupils of […]

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Bread connects Europe Create & bake “your” Europe! High School of Tourism “Ivan P. Pavlov” – Ruse, Bulgaria On 10 April 2018 finished the creative bake competition Bread connects Eur ope – Create & Bake “your” Europe in the High School of Tourism “Ivan P. Pavlov”, Ruse, Bulgaria. It was organized by Institute for Virtual […]

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During the last week in March in Gerontological Center in Backa Palanka (Serbia) was held an interesting and innovative workshop „Small women’s kitchen“. The workshop was lead by Biljana Pejovic, occupational therapist. Biljana presented to the participants methods of baking as a social event, which she learnt on qualification training in Sofia (Bulgaria). It was […]

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Gerontological Centre Backa Palanka organized baking workshop for seniors and children. The workshop was lead by Biljana Pejovic, occupational therapist. Children had an opportunity to learn how to prepare different things from dough and flour. It was really interesting, funny and useful. […]

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New method, complete success. In the beginning of the year, the guides of the Museum of Bread Culture in Ulm met for a regular workshop. This time, we used the Theater of Crumbs, a method we learnt during the qualification training in Sofia, in order to reflect on our work with the museum’s visitors. We […]

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This holiday is actually called “Newlyweds”. In the Orthodox church, this holiday is dedicated to 40 soldiers from Sevastia who gave their lives for Christ. Mladencici (Newlywed sweet buns) are sort of ritual bread which is making each March 22nd. According to the old Balkan tradition Mladenci is a holiday celebrated by newly wed couples on […]

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On 28 March 2018, the Association The Writers League Timișoara Banat Branch, through Ana Caia-member, which had been trained at the qualification training in Sofia, and Ana Zlibut- first vice president, organized a bread-therapy workshop at Special Theoretical High School Iris, school for pupils with vision deficiencies. At the workshop participated pupils with the age […]

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On Thursday, 20th May 2018, the Danube-Networkers hosted a food stand at the spring academy of the University of Ulm. They offered self made bread with different spreads, waffles, cake and coffee. Additionally, they sold chrocheted seat pads. All earnings of this action will be used to invite the partners from the Danube countries to […]

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