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Given by nature

 

Slovenian delicacies have always found the shortest way from the forests and gardens to the table

Slovenian cuisine is based on local heritage and ingredients from the nearest gardens and fields, meadows and pastures, forests and orchards, rivers, lakes and the sea.

Only through coexistence with the environment can we get the most out of nature. The best flavours, intoxicating aromas, invigorating colours, which best come to the fore when following the philosophy of fork to table. If we couple this with consideration for seasonality and the wise advice of our ancestors, the recipe for Slovenian gastronomic success is complete.

pumpkin harvest
Photo: Ciril Jazbec, Tent Film

In Slovenia, we can easily build on the story of our ancestors, who have always cultivated the land ecologically and in harmony with the seasons. Field to fork was the philosophy then and still is today. With equal care and keeping to the dictates of nature, they harvested wild foods from forests and meadows, be it cleansing wild garlic in spring, exquisite mushrooms from summer to autumn, chestnuts in autumn, coveted truffles in autumn and winter, as well as various herbs and spices, whenever they were in season.

The fruits of hard work, in cooperation with nature

In addition to fruit and garden crops, various domestic products are popular, such as Styrian Prekmurje pumpkin seed oil, with its protected geographical indication, or Extra virgin olive oil from Slovenian Istria, Piran sea salt and Karst honey, all with protected designations of origin, just to name a few. All of these products are used in the kitchens of world-famous chefs, countless other restaurants, inns and tourist farms throughout Slovenia, as well as by everyday people at home.

Nature's bounty at every turn

When you visit Slovenia, try water from a mountain spring, taste natural products and indulge in the flavours of traditional dishes on tourist farms, or enjoy the top restaurants’ latest culinary creations, all made with great respect for nature and its many gifts. This is what has always defined Slovenia.

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Learn about the story od Slovenian gastronomy. Discover local culinary and wine specialties.

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