You all know i am a fan of brewed beverages, and kombucha is no exception. Especially when it is unfiltered, unpasteurized, organic, a 100% natural AND considered the best in the world . This small Swiss startup is turning the world of
2. Chestnut Pop-up
Move over icecream! With winter coming, Gelateria Tellhof will be experiencing a complete metamorphosis. From 4 to 27 November, you can get your fix of chestnut paste pressed into spaghetti shaped waves topped with whipped cream and
3. DVDs Are Not Dead
I know, i know, you’ll say Ron, have you heard of Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ ? Thousands of movies at your fingertips, at a click of a button! But here are 5 reasons why i think you should dust off your DVD player and head to Les
1. Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
2. English Book Club
We are a small group meeting on a monthly basis to discuss a book and usually have dinner together afterwards (not obligatory).
We meet in Zurich and our October book is: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
If you would like to
3. Join the Zurich Job Alliance if you are a jobseeker in the greater Zurich area
The Zurich Job Alliance, a non profit orga for english speaking jobseekers in the greater Zurich and Geneva area meets once a week f2f in downtown Zurich. We have a Linkedin presence, a weekly newsletter and a newsflash on Fridays and hold
1. Hand Cut Chips with Fondue Dip
Fondue, one of Switzerland’s best inventions, is the perfect dip to go with these delicious homemade oven fries.
Forget deep-frying, these hand-cut fries are seasoned with salt, onion and garlic powder and rolled in a
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
Whenever a new Japanese restaurant opens somewhere, you can be sure that I’m not far behind. This new locale is called Ooki and serves gyoza, ramen, tempura, udon, Japanese curries and sake. The interior is very authentic, the
I am a volunteer at PAFI, a small foundation in Switzerland that supports 200 children from an underprivileged community in Brazil to go to school and eat a warm meal per day. Recently, we fulfilled the children's dream of a sports field. To complete the project, install plumbing and buy sport equipment we are looking for some additional funding. Because we don't have any administrative costs, every cent benefits the children directly. Here is the link to the project: https://www.crowdify.net/de/projekt/sport-pausenplatz
Does anyone know organisations and foundations in Switzerland that we could contact to supporting our project?
I'm looking for people who have experienced living and working in the USA because I'm planning to live and work over there. Well, as it takes a lot of time I'd appreciate if you could give me some advice and thoughts.
I live in a small village in Serbia. Why did I decide on this type of help? The answer is a bit more complicated, I am sick but able to work, I am engaged in beekeeping, I started beekeeping on the recommendation of doctors and people who suffer from a similar mental illness as me. in a few years I managed to build over 150 hives with only hand tools and filled them with swarms. There was not a lot of honey because I was multiplying collonies. The problem arose this year when some of my bee colonies died due to poisoning while grazing sunflowers, and the biggest problem occurred in September when over 100 colonies died due to the invasion of varroa. I treated the colonies at the end of June, but the means used turned out to be it worked well even though it was used for 4 years and the bee colonies suffered and we have no one to blame here in Serbia for a fake or ineffective product. I was personally affected by the loss of bee colonies. I have some honey and am selling it and I am trying to achieve what was lost next year, but I lack the funds to return to the state I had. If I had something to guarantee, I would take out a loan, but I can't get a loan. I am a carpenter by profession, but I only make combs, and I would make them manually for myself and for sale, but to open a carpentry shop, I need a machine and funds for materials. I have never been employed anywhere due to illness, always working at home, beekeeping on my own and doing carpentry by hand and other physical jobs if there was any. I have health insurance through a social institution, but I don't have pension insurance. This fall I made a sublimator for oxalic acid sublimation so that I can fight varroa at any time of the year. I try my best to make life better, easier and happier, but it's not easy. I need funds to restore the bee colonies, but beekeeping is a seasonal job, it is not done all year round full-time, so I plan to raise funds for a carpentry workshop and do it when I am not working with bees. In the attachment, I will post pictures of my apiary where it can be seen that it is tidy and that the beehives are new but currently partially empty due to loss, and in the pictures I will show the sublimator and some carpentry products that I made it by hand. Let me mention that I am also a member of Mensa Serbia, so I am asking people of good will if they can help me. For about 50 swarms, I need about 3,000 euros because I will be breeding some of these bee societies, which is my last name, and about 5,000 euros for a carpentry machine and about 2,000 euros for the completion of the container for bees that has been started. Thanks to everyone who at least reads this text.