Macedonia in Vogue: Every meal is made with passion and love

No matter where you go, every meal is made with passion and love—whether it’s at a hole­in­the­wall in the middle of Skopje or the living room of a farmer in a local village. Not only that, the focus is entirely on quality—which means everything is made from scratch without the additives and preservatives we’re so accustomed to in Western food.


This is only part of the story about Macedonia published in Friday’s edition of world's most famous fashion magazine, Vogue.
Under the headline ‘Why Macedonia Is Becoming a Foodie Destination’ Vogue describes the country which is heartbreaking, considering the landscapes are breathtakingly beautiful, the people are some of the world’s most welcoming, and the food is some of Europe’s most comforting.
Macedonia is a mostly mountainous country influenced by different climates, from the valleys of the south to the peaks of the southwest region, or the lakeside area of Ohrid and Prespa. This alone is one of the main reasons why the country can produce such a wide range of fruits, vegetables, and grains. But that’s just one piece of the puzzle. The other comes from the fact that farmers here rarely use pesticides or additives. In fact, their farms have always been organic, mainly due to the lack of understanding of modern farming, reads the story.
The story concludes with recommendations for places that every guest in this country must see and can be read in full HERE.

More about macedonian food HERE.

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