By Michelle Ruwen, Valeska Schietinger, Jacob Thorburn and Martin MacDonald. The Scoop’s podcast on food made by our very own editorial team! We discuss our own food habits, and the things we don’t understand about Dutch food culture (yes you’re not alone, a lot of things are weird). The host for today is our only Dutchie: Michelle, with Valeska (Germany), Jacob (England), and Martin (Scotland) as … Continue reading The Scoop’s podcast on food!
By Evi Qorri
Food can function as a bonding experience, and the founders of the International Cafe in Groningen are very much aware of it. It’s why they are dedicated to organizing events related to food, to bring students from all over the world together.
By Martin MacDonald and Silvija Daniūnaitė
Walking through Groningen’s food market on a Friday morning, it’s easy to let the mind wander and imagine the array of culinary delights that could be conjured up with the ingredients on offer. However, for some organizations in Groningen, food has a far greater potential – to change lives.
By Anni Reenpää and Giacinto Bottone
Avocados are healthy and look great on Instagram pictures. But what else do we know about avocados?
By Valeska Schietinger and Silvia Ellena,
Looking for a crunchy snack for your next Netflix binge? How about a bug bagel or a chocolate-covered cricket? Continue reading “The New Superfood: Can bugs be the food of the future?”
By Anni Reenpää
Food is tied to culture. That becomes apparent when you go to another country and realize everything is different from your home country. This photo reportage gives glimpses of everyday life in Groningen, coloured with radio music, cars passing by and noisy cafeterias. Continue reading “A snapshot of Dutch culture: Lunch”