On local foods: My husband has learned to make delicious , or Croatian crepes, for breakfast every morning. We also enjoy the most incredible eggs from our neighbors’ chickens (we used to have some, too, but they were killed by a weasel! They are so fresh and natural that their yolks are bright neon yellow, which stuns and delights us every morning.When harvest time comes at the end of summer, is made and canned. But anywhere you go in the country, the food and wine are incredible. government in Šestine, a residential area just north of the Zagreb city center.
At Rebel Mouse, we operate off of a lean tech methodology that launches sites in weeks, not months.On relating to the land: We noticed right away that backyards serve a different purpose than they do in the States.Instead of cultivating open lawns or building swing sets, the Croatian families we know use their backyards like home farms.On May 10 of this year, Facebook made it official: They rolled out an update that lets people see fewer posts and ads in the News Feed that link to low-quality web page experiences.Facebook refers to "low-quality sites" as those "containing little substantive content, and that is covered in disruptive, shocking or malicious ads."This is a very similar approach to what Facebook has recently done to combat fake news, focusing their updates on halting misinformation and giving more breathing room to quality content.