Biel and Pau reveal their story of turning beekeeping, an almost extinct profession on Mallorca, into a succes with Mel Vici, their pure Mallorcan artisan honey.
Food & Drinks
Mallorca offers a variety of stylish restaurants, delicious world cuisine and a well-developed local wine industry for foodies to enjoy. You just need to know where to go! By using Lifestyle by Helen Cummins as your reference point you’ll know the best places to eat, where to buy ecological products while gaining an appreciation for Mallorcan products and recipes.
Our editor, Helen Cummins (HC) has put together her tried and tested list of recommended ‘must-try’ restaurants in Palma, especially for gourmet lovers. Bon profit!
Discover some Mallorcan inspired Christmas recipes to try at home that can be enjoyed both indoor and out.
There are only three cow cheese producers on Mallorca and of those Formatges Burguera is the only one making cheese using milk from their own cows.
Try out some of these delicious picnic recipes, inspired by the autumn season and best enjoyed surrounded by nature.
Co-founder of Chocolate & Love, Richard O’Connor, shares the ethos behind the company, and how a daily indulgence of chocolate can be a good thing.
Couscous is often best served simply, and in this recipe pomegranate seeds provide delicious pops of sour sweetness.
These savoury tartlets are filled with sautéed red pepper, paprika, tomatoes and basil, all encased in delicious shortcrust pastry. Try out our recipe!
Closely related to the pumpkin, the sweet and earthy flavours of the butternut squash are the epitome of autumn.
There’s no need to tinker with this classic bean salad, which combines white and red kidney beans with red onion, cucumber and mustard vinaigrette.
Enjoy a trendy alternative to eating out in a restaurant on Mallorca: gourmet pop-up dining in an exclusive venue, offered by Charlie’s Kitchen.
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This is one of my favourite Mediterranean summer salads. You’ll find beautiful ripe juicy peaches at the market, crumble the feta cheese and add the best jamón serrano you can find with a handful of rucula mixed with mint leaves and sprinkle with caramelised walnuts for a delightful salad that is sure to impress your friends.
Nothing says summer has arrived like the smell of barbecue wafting on the warm breeze. Check out these recipes and tips for hosting the perfect barbecue.