You may already know about the world famous Testicle cookbook by a Serbian chef, but do you know about the testicle cooking championship? Read the report in Guardian and NPR. I don’t know why it’s considered a Serbian specialty, I personally never tried it, nor do I know anyone who
One of Belgrade’s off-landmarks, the fast-food stand Loki was forced to shut down it’s operation two days ago. David Dowse posts a fitting farewell to this charming fast food joint. I must say that I can’t really feel sorry for Loki’s demise, because the owner could have prevented it if
Find out what dishes and guests were Tito’s favorites. [via Dnevnik Eklektika]
Can a vegetarian survive in Belgrade, Serbia? According to this blog post it seems that it is possible. Another blogger has kindly suggested several great options for vegetarians and their friends, together with veg restaurants addresses: Slasta, (Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 17), Joy of Heart (Svetogorska 18), Fenix (Palmoticeva 5) and
Is Belgrade an expensive city to live in? According to a recent research conducted by a Serbian institute, no. What do you think, is Belgrade expensive? Have your say in the comments, foreigners and locals alike.
Another old joke/parody, from 2006 I believe. A good one to show why there are no terrorist attacks in Belgrade, but also serves well as a counter-guide to Belgrade for unsuspecting tourists, i.e. “what not to do in Belgrade”. Serbian original at Deda’s blog. Here’s the spoof story, edited and
I received this by email today, so I thought it would be ok to share. To understand the joke you need to know a bit about Serbian cuisine.
There’s a new cookbook in town – and it requires lots of balls. Ljubomir R. Erovic of Gornji Milanovac recently came into the international spotlight when he published an online cookbook with recipes for testicle dishes – testicle pizza, testicle goulash and so on. As I am currently in th