About

by smth good on January 8, 2011

Our purpose: cook, eat, cook, eat, travel, travel, travel more!
Our age: over 30, too soon for our taste. Don’t insist. This is the only public info on our age.
Signs: Libra (wife) + Virgo (hubby) = LOVE … and a new entry, also Virgo (our baby boy) = bigger LOVE
Our status: married. To each other.

Our location: we live in Bucharest, Romania. If you are not sure where it is, check google maps. Start with Europe, go East, a little bit more, there…, a little more, yeap, there it is! It is in EU. Still.

Favorite food destinations: South-East Asia, a little bit of Greece, a greater bit of Spain, a fair part of northern Italy … and so many more! Of course, the answer greatly depends on our mood.

Things we love: food culture (hubby cooks, wife eats), spending time with our friends and meeting people – we prefer the interesting ones if they manage to prefer us :) , reading a lot – both screen and print, our iPod music, our Nikon … and the world wide web.

Our greatest fear: the internet suddenly ends!

We started our first web based culinary project in 2009 – cevabun.ro and we developed from there other projects. This one is our first blog in English. We hope you enjoy our recipes and culinary experiences. If you need our help, write us at blagabodea at gmail.com.

Our projects:

- cevabun.ro – online culinary magazine

- retetecupoze.ro – a visual experience and inspiration source; a collection of the best and most appealing photos from Romanian cooking blogs

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Nanette March 21, 2011 at 7:04 pm

Can the venison be marinated, browned then put in a slow cooker? Do you think the results will be the same? I’ve never cooked venison, but received some from a friend who went hunting in Alaska. Any recipes for elk or moose…not sure what to expect. Thank you. Nanette
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something_good March 21, 2011 at 8:02 pm

@Nanette, the answer is yes. As long as it is marinated, the venison will be tender and juicy.

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