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Food Your Life Balance

Today we went food shopping with Frederic, the cook for the next open kitchen! We met at Potage Toit at the rooftop of the Brussels Public Library which is an urban garden located in the centre of Brussels and also a project that tries to make more gardening in unused urban spaces. We went through [...]

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Open Kitchen #36 is a Food for FertilityDinner. June 6

An alarming 1 out of 8 couples has trouble getting pregnant or maintaining a pregnancy. Could our modern diet and lifestyle be playing a role? We believe they do! Men and  women, single or in a couple, join us for our “Food for Fertility” dinner experience: Learn all about fertility ‘blockers’ and ‘boosters’ – and [...]

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Open Kitchen no 35 is a food performance

Open Kitchen #35 is a food performance

We have me Irene Pacini recently. She is passionate about vegan food, but also a music composer and video artist. She organizes art performances. We are proud to collaborate with her on Open Kitchen no 35. It is going to be a little bit different compared with other Open Kitchens. Less number of guests up [...]

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Hidden District: a Blog, Online wine shop and Lifestyle club

A brand new project in Brussels. We sell wines and generate positive returns to both society and the environment. Hidden district is also community with same values and perspectives of the city.  Do you want to discover what it is exactly behind? 1) an online wine shop with a personal touch. Discover passionate and ethical [...]

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Welcome 2014 Wishes

What are our wishes and objectives this year? Beyond the cultivation of a creative environment in which everyone feels comfortable doing what they want, this year we need a wine sponsor. If we want to keep doing the things we do in 2015, in 2014 we need to be economically sustainable and for this we [...]

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Hidden treasure at Midi Market

Since I first arrived to Brussels city, almost every Sunday I do food trips to Midi Station. It is a bit messy and too noisy sometimes but I am a lover of food markets in general. They tell a lot about the human jungle and our everyday fight for survival. This one is held during [...]

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Opportunities around a hashtag

You know that we love food, art and culture. Today we have a call that appeals to all of us and may also be appealing for you. #openkitBX We have just launched our Rebelmouse and inserted the app in a new page in our website called Social Stream . Check it out. I think it looks [...]

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Ideas for a Greek-themed Bingo House Party

Moussaka, Olympics, and other tips to make a bingo Greek party stand out It is a known fact that Greece is the cradle of Western civilization, the home of Aristotle and Alexander the Great, and the birthplace of the Olympics. For these reasons, many people dream of visiting this Mediterranean nation. On the other hand, [...]

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A public space hacking manifesto

Meet Swing in the Cracks.  They are a Brussels based collective of architects and designers that I encountered at an “apero and book crossing event” in Porte de Namur last Sunday, and their mission is to up-cycle waste (scrap wood, discarded domestic furniture, …) into parasite interventions that aim to vitalize public spaces. Why? Well, despite the [...]

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Pastry, design, performance : a question of (re)creation to get free

Nowadays, pastry is worldwide considered as hype and is in front of a new challenge. Since 3 decades, partly thanks to Pierre Hermé, pastry is out of the woods and is increasingly seen as a section of the kitchen itself.And put in front of the stage, it is revisited by bakers who get international renowned. [...]

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