Tastes of Danube – Bread Connects

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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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Plötzblog is a popular German blog by Lutz Geißler, focussing on the art of baking bread. In fact, the blog owner’s motto is: “Baking a good bread is like nurturing love. You have to take your time with it.” With almost 900 detailed and tested recipes for all kinds of both German and international bakegoods, […]

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On Wednesday, January 24th 2018 in Gerontological Center in Backa Palanka (Serbia) was held international workshop „Small men’s kitchen“. The workshop was lead by Biljana Pejovic (Serbia) and Dara Mayer (Croatia). Biljana and Dara presented to the participants methods of baking as a social event, which they learnt on qualification training in Sofia (Bulgaria). It […]

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During the last week Ljiljana Cumura organized a bread-therapy workshop with the kids from Pre-school „Vlada Obradovic Kameni“ in the village Simanovci, municipality Pecinci in Serbia. It was a opportunity to present bread therapy techniques learnt on the qualification training in Sofia but also kids learnt a lot about bakery, types of bread and dough, […]

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On July 12 until 15, 2018, the “Danube-Networkers” stage their international partner meeting in Ulm as part of the 11th International Danube Festival. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the education network, there are different events planned. On July 13, a symposium on “Intangible cultural heritage in the Danube Region – a national […]

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