Thursday 26 September 1946 was a warm and sunny day. Also for Belgian comic fans. That was when the first edition of the comic strip weekly Tintin/Kuifje was published, which in its glory days was widespread.
A specialised international database has already shown that the carbon footprint of Belgian milk is among the lowest worldwide. Indeed, a recent scientific research project by ILVO (the Institute for Agricultural, Fisheries and Food Research) puts Flanders at no. 1.
True to tradition, restaurant guide Gault&Millau has awarded its top chocolatiers from Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels. For 2024, they are Chocoladehuis Boon from Hasselt, Chocolaterie Legast from Braine-le-Comte and Pâtisserie-Chocolaterie Yashushi Sasaki from Brussels.