It is no secret I am a food lover. Beside blog posts about food, you can see a lot of delicious content and my daily meals also on my Facebook and Instagram pages. So when I got an opportunity to attend a food bloggers conference called Njam zgodbe (Delicious Stories), which took place in Ljubljana this November, I was thrilled. What is better than learning about blogging while accompanied with amazing food?
The conference didn’t disappoint. We learned how to film a cooking recipe, how to make a perfect food photo, how to be confident in front of camera and all about fermentation. Our lecturers were established Slovenian and foreign food bloggers and vlogers, who later participated on the round table “Who still reads blogs?”. I met great fellow bloggers and learned some interesting things I can translate also into my travel blog and into my kitchen. 🙂
But beside interesting lectures and workshops, the focus of the conference was of course the food. There were lots and lots of delicious dishes, made from quality Slovenian ingredients for us to try. I was especially glad that also brand I love, Zlato polje, was presented. (You may remember how I ate a lot of apple muesli bars Zlato polje at my recent trip to Peru and Bolivia.)
So let me share with you all the delicious food we tried.
We started the day with Sport müsli Zlato polje, cardamom milk and donuts. But first coffee.
Brunch consisted of cheese (which we tasted with jams and spicy sauces), mortadella and more Sport müsli Zlato polje.
We had vegan lunch with delicious salad, bread with interesting toppings and an innovative dessert: persimmon, tofu crème, plum marmalade with carob bottom.
We learned about how to be confident in front of camera with delicious Zlato polje rice, pasta, polenta and Dolcela muffins.
Yes, we also had dinner. Meat and cheese plate, accompanied with amazing Žito’s bread (like my favourite buckwheat bread with walnuts) and fruits.
We also tried Slovenian beverages: kombucha, gin, wine and beer.
All the food joy didn’t stop here. We went home with Zlato polje delicacies which I was glad to incorporate in my daily meals: sport müsli with no sugar added, bulgur, red quinoa, tri-colour mini penne pasta and wholegrain polenta.