No outdoor summer party without a “gratar” ( the Romanian version of barbeque) prepared by a specialist ! Meaning “friptura” (generally made of pork), sausages and “mici” (or “mititei” , translated “the little ones”). And […]
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This is a friend from Fagaras (Transylvania) at one of the traditional products fairs in Romexpo Exhibition Center. If you ever visit this part of world, I strongly recommend you: stop by her shop and […]
Woman from Maramures, dressed traditionaly, selling “made on the spot” “ mamaliga“ (polenta) and “sarmale” (chopped meat mixed with rice and condiments, rolled in sour cabbage leaves) This weekend, Bucharest people visited in great number […]