Eating Voices

We all like to taste new things and enjoy in culinary achievements of our own. While the famous chefs and kitchen mamas in local homesteads define the gastronomy scene, ordinary people like ourselves make miracles in kitchens too!


In the time of global lockdown, due to coronavirus pandemic, we were deprived of something we cherish so much - to travel and taste the world! Still, modern technology brings us imaginative lifestyles from all around the world. That is how our project "Eating Voices" came to be. In it, we talk to people from all corners of our planet, we find out how they prepare meals, what is their favourite and how they passionately talk about their place of living. These are people who love foods but are not chefs themselves, pretty much like ourselves. Join us in this endeavour!



On the far eastern coast of Canada is the small province of Nova Scotia. Famous for its seafood and farming, it is also home of Nora Didkowsky. She talks about flavours and enjoyments on this rugged coast, coupled with a new life in Swiss Alps!


Read all about Nora here:

Nora Didkowsky - Nova Scotia has something for everyone!



Scortching heat of south Pakistan is also a place where megalopolis Karachi offers home to almost 15 million people. One of them is Muhammad Patel whose favourite thing is making sweets and cakes and thus brings smile to the people of Karachi!


Read all about Muhammad here:

Muhammad Patel: We bring smiles on faces of Karachi people




From grape juice, Korean kimchi and donuts to craft and artisan culinary achievements, Staci Martin loves gastronomy scene of her town Portland, Oregon. She says you would be surprised as well, as Portland is known to spoil fans of foods and drinks!


Read all about Staci here:

Staci Martin: Portland spoils you with foods!