Photo Gallery: Art of the poor cuisine with Ana Roš and Dino Galvagno

Brawn for tomorrow (chef Ana Roš)

The dinner has happened on February 5th at Gostilna na Gradu in Ljubljana.   http://www.prasac.hr http://www.hisafranko.com http://www.nagradu.si carpediemclub.wordpress.com Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/563152827046004/ Have a look at our event on 18.2.2013: https://carpediemclub.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/art-of-the-poor-cuisine-ana-ros-marko-pavcnik/ Press info: andreja.lajh.cdc@gmail.com

Art of the “poor cuisine” with Ana Roš and Dino Galvagno

Winter in the garden and in the pantry (Ana Roš) Photo by Janez Pukšič

SLO (bellow in EN) Ana Roš ima rada izzive. Za tokratni izziv je inspiracijo našla v ekonomski krizi, ko je treba počistiti z vsem, kar je odveč, ter se vrniti k bistvu. Gre za izziv tako Ani sami, kot njenim kolegom doma in v tujini – kako ustvariti vrhunske jedi iz “revnih” a kakovostnih sestavin. … Continue reading

Interview: Ana Roš (Hiša Franko, Kobarid, Slovenia)

Valter Kramar and Ana Roš. (Photo by Janez Pukšič)

Ana Roš is definitely one of the best Slovenian chefs. Her creative approach, vivid spirit, wonderful curiosity and  world travels result in plates which talk stories – with roots in the local ground and head in the clouds. What has brought you into the culinary world and how did you decide to become a chef? … Continue reading

Ana in Wonderland – Ana Roš and her magical plates

Dream garden. (Photo by Janez Pukšič)

Where the flowers bloom most beautifully, where sky is always bright and where wide fields spread perfumes of many different herbs is situated Hiša Franko, one of the Slovenian top gourmet destinations. Close to Kobarid and close to Soča is situated their little paradise. Hiša Franko is a house with history. The restaurant was started … Continue reading

Another Day in Paradise

Wonderful view from the terrace of Nebesa

“Nebesa” as this place (in Slovenia, near to Italian border) is called, means in Slovenian language “paradise”. But even if the place feels really like heaven, perched high on a mountain, above the clouds and overlooking everyone else, the name “Nebesa” originates in the times when this place was still a skiing center. Since bigger skiing resorts … Continue reading