The old “A Capri” logo with its unchanged appearance has been adopted by a young ice cream maker who produces home-made, original ice cream to die for!
There’s asparagus or peanut butter for the more adventurous, or strawberry or chocolate for those who prefer the tried-and-tested flavours. There’s something for everyone and for every taste! They are served with an infectious smile by dairyman Laurent Grifo, who is sure to surprise you with his new flavours which you had no plans to taste…and will do it all again the next day 😉
You can stay in a liege accommodation next to Neuvice and Market Place in Liège!
Whether by district, amongst colleagues, friends or as a family, some Brussels residents grow seasonal fruit and vegetables on their roofs!
Even the Royal Library of Belgium (here) has got involved and allows the public to go and pick some garnish for their lunchtime sandwich from above its cafeteria!
For bigger crops, larger gardens and orchards are within ten minutes of Brussels (for example, in Anderlecht and in Overijse) and make small tubs, buckets or wheelbarrows available to those who want them. The fruit of these crops is charged by weight.
You can visit it if you rent a flat brussels.
Good news: THE traditional mussels’ recipe which people enjoy by the seaside or at their mother’s house, with chips or with buttered brown bread, is incredibly easy!
In order of cooking and to make enough for one person, you need: 1 onion, 1 carrot and 1 stick of celery, cut into small pieces and cooked in butter; 1kg of mussels, 2 glasses of white wine, thyme and bay leaf.The mussels are cooked when they are open and they can be eaten straight from the pan, with your fingers, using an empty shell as cutlery!Feel free to invite us round; we’ll bring the white wine or the beers to go with the meal! And to get you in the mood while you’re cooking, (here
) is the song “Polo aime les moules-frites” of Stromae, version karaoke !