Founded in 2014, Victuals.me started out as a blog with one vision: to provide news and commentary about food in a way that Suriname had not yet seen.
Now, it is one of Suriname’s culinary & travel lifestyle digital magazine. It has original content, covering news and opinion from different territories in and outside Suriname. And we also re-post newsworthy content from around the world.
Victuals.me is the digital news version of the Culinary Magazine: Victuals. This magazine is bilingual with recipes from Chefs in Suriname, articles about culinary etiquette, health, restaurants, food cultures, and more.
You can buy the first edition and read it on kindle. Click here!
It has been a while since I’ve shared my foodie journeys! Each picture has a story, and I promise to try and share a little of each period they’ve been made. So here’s the journey I’ve made during these pandemic months. Beef in red wine sauce So I think that […]
Resto & Winerbar Folga Dinner at Resto & Winebar Folga in Krakow for tonight’s dinner. After an extensive day of discovering old town Krakow, visiting the Wieliczka Salt Mines, a tour through the impactful Auschwitz, walking through Rynek Gtowny (Main Square with a market in the main), beautiful churches as […]
Suriname’s well-known and still our reigning pastry chef of the year! Xaviera has been with the Suriname Culinary Team since 2013. She is well-known for her Surinamese cakes, like viadu, keksi and more. Read about how she started in the article: Who’s the Chef? Xaviera Mijnhijmer. Xaviera Mijnhijmer Pastry Chef […]
A birthday girl’s wish come true. Her beach picnic concept well prepared and thought out. Concept: Gietanjali ThakoerSuppliers: Gietanjali’s Flowers | Roeli’s Lighting & Decor | Extraordinary.su Location: The Beach at the Courtyard by Marriott, Paramaribo This post will only contain picture.
If you’ve got the opportunity to travel for a few days… Trinidad is an option you should consider. The island of Trinidad is known for having 2 cultures that are ruling, the Creol and the Indians. Even though you’ve got both their cuisine isn’t only Creole or Indian, but it’s […]
A few years ago we started our posts on “Who’s the Chef?”. Now we are coming back with a new series: A conversation with… For our first issue, we’ll start a conversation with Patrick Woei. We interviewed him in 2014. You can read the article here. Patrick Woei Chef & […]