By Evi Qorri and Silvia Ellena
From the local perspective offered by Groningen, the Netherlands seems to be the land of bikes, tulips and Gouda. However, there is certainly more than meets the eye in this flat country.
By Giacinto Bottone, Michelle Ruwen and Evi Qorri.
The second day of The Scoop magazine, Food&Drinks edition has arrived and the hunt for the best burger in Groningen continues. Today’s stop is Huize Maas, located at the Vismarkt, one of the most popular places in the city.
By Valeska Schietinger
Recovering chocoholics watch out – there is a new place in town to fulfil all your wildest, (edible!) chocolate fantasies. Continue reading “Groningen’s new chocolate bar: Every sweet tooth’s dream”
By Silvija Daniūnaitė
Your everyday mess might well be someone else’s idea of artistic beauty.
By Silvia Ellena and Jacob Thorburn
Italian food has a special appeal that can attract customers across the world, and here in Groningen, things are no different. Advertisers often capitalise on this allure, tempting customers in with Italian flags, phrases or pictures to create the image of authenticity and these very techniques help to create ‘Italian-sounding’ products. Continue reading “Consumers and the Italian-sounding conundrum, is it all a big con?”
By Valeska Schietinger, Evi Qorri and Giacinto Bottone
The Scoop magazine, Food&Drinks edition is launching today and with it, the hunt for the best burger in Groningen has begun. Every day, different members of The Scoop team will be visiting different places in the city trying to find not only the best burger in town but the best overall experience. Continue reading “Day 1 of the Burger Hunt: The Blokes”
The coup attempt in Turkey made Esra leave her home country in search for a place where she could speak out.