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Can you smell what duomedia is cooking?
Posted by Louis De Nolf

Coming up with a strong title. Creating content that holds your audience’s attention. Finding that visual that will carry the message. We strongly believe in the power of compelling content.

We also greatly enjoy good food, and gathering around a delicious meal is one of our favourite pastimes. From our fascination with both food and content emerged a true delicacy: The duolicious cookbook.

A lot of us have dishes that hold a special place in our heart. It's that delicious roast your grandmother prepared, or the dessert that brings back the memories of home with the first bite. These treasured dishes are often simple recipes that wonderfully combine ease of preparation with taste. The duolicious cookbook is a collection of duomedia’s favourite recipes. It offers a selection of international starters, main courses and desserts that are unique to each duomedia team member.

Now, how can you get your hands on one of those precious cookbooks? Meet with us at one of the upcoming trade events! In
case you can't make it, we’ll also be giving out copies through our social media channels.

In the meantime, we don't want to keep you hungry and are happy to share our recipes with you on our blog. These will be accompanied by some secrets from the cooks on their origins.

Our cookbook is a tribute to those treasured family recipes passed down from generation to generation. Bringing people together is what it’s all about. And if there’s one thing we love, it’s creating content that can be enjoyed by all.



Check out some of our recipes 

A recipe from Anneleen Coppens - Grilled Salmon Toast, with Avocado and a Sunny Egg

A recipe from Lutt Willems - Surf & Turf Tartar of Crayfish & Beef Carpaccio

A recipe from Florence Kircher - Torchon of Foie Gras

A recipe from Rosa Arza - Tortilla de Patatas

A recipe from Louis De Nolf - Cannelloni with Sage & Feta in Bell Pepper Sauce

A recipe from Monika Dürr - The original Wiener Schnitzel

A recipe from Elisabeth Decabootere - Cod à la Meditteraneo

A recipe from Annette Finn - Bavarian Fleischpflanzerl

A recipe from Sebastien Le Roux - Gâteau Breton

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