The “Uživam tradicijo – Enjoy tradition” project will establish a culinary trail from Pannonia to the Adriatic, offering visitors a unique experience of local traditions and cuisine by organising attractive programmes based on sustainable co-operation of local providers, taking place in unique areas: the vineyard cottage in Trškagora (Novo Mesto, SI), the Botanical Garden and the City Museum of Ljubljana (Ljubljana, SI), Trubar’s homestead in Rašica, the Pottery Village of Filovci – an open-air museum, Nature Park Žumberak-Samoborsko Gorje, the Prezid village, the historic centre of Vrsar, and Museums of Hrvatsko zagorje.
The project is implemented within the framework of the Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Slovenia – Croatia 2014 – 2020 and it is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund in the amount of € 1,354,645.00.
Trout is roasted in corn flour. Lamb is prepared on a spit, of course. Nettle is that horrible burning plant – who would eat it? Allow us to convince you that all these groceries can be used in unusual but equally delicious ways! Recipes for the preparation of food cover the period from prehistoric all […]Read more
“Culinary Millennia” presented as a good practice example at the conference “Interpretation and Promotion of Archaeological Heritage”
The Public Institution “Žumberak – Samobor Hills Nature Park” attended a conference titled “Interpretation and Promotion of Archaeological Heritage” held on 13 June at the House of the European Union in Ljubljana and on June 14 at the Museum of Dolenjska in Novi Mesto. In 2018, as the European Year of Cultural Heritage, event organizers […]Read more
On Friday, 25 of May 2018, the fourth workshop with local tourist service providers was held in “Radić-Ilas” buffet in Sošice. The culinary workshop was organized by the Public Institution “Žumberak – Samobor Hills Nature Park” on the project “I enjoy the tradition” together with the external associate, the member of the heritage community and […]Read more