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Welcome To Project Eurica!

Our aim is to preserve ritual cuisine as a manifestation of heritage and folklore by making it easy acceptable and usable thanks to digitization of traditional recipes from different parts of Europe. Follow our channels in the social media for updates and visual cooking lessons!

About the Project

IO1 Digitization procedure guide

A digitalization procedure guide that proposes an appropriate methodology for the development / improvement of the knowledge, skills and competences of the target groups which are of fundamental importance in regards to creating digital presentations of ritual food recipes and providing global accessibility of these presentations.

IO2 Training course: Digital presentation and preservation of Europe ritual cuisine

An e-training course developed on the base of the guidelines regarding the digitization and the recommendations regarding the didactic tools and educational approaches to use in order to be provided training tailored specially to the target groups’ needs.

IO3 Presentation Channel

A collection of Five digitized ritual recipes from all partner countries will be published on YouTube Channel, Facebook page and other social media

IO4 Recommendations how to use methods, knowledge and skills in different domains

A report will be developed focusing on the portability of the developed methodology to the digitization of other types of cultural heritage objects

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Eurica is an innovative project that aims to preserve ritual cuisine as an expression of tradition and folklore.

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7 partners from Bulgaria, Italy, Latvia and Portugal united with one goal.

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EuRiCa is funded by the European Union through the Erasmus+ Programme by the Bulgarian National Agency.

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Latest Recipes

Easter Folar

Nowadays, the Easter Folar is one of the most striking symbols of Easter in Portugal, being offered by the godmothers on...

Chanfana / Lampantana

Typical dish from Bairrada’s region in the centre of Portugal. For this dish, better known as "chanfana", but which is a...

Roasted Sardines

In Portugal on the night of June 12 (St. Anthony's Eve), June 23 (St. John's Eve) and June 28 (St. Peter's Eve), in the ...

Featured Recipe

Bulgarian bread (pitka) for St. Spas or Ascension Day

This recipe for Bulgarian bread (pitka) requires only one rise. It is typically eaten on St. Spas or Ascension Day. The ...


The Christmas song museum of Wagrain joins Eurica

The EuRiCa project aims to contribute to and promote the preservation of ritual cuisine, its ethnocultural characteristics and the folklore and traditions associated with it. This is done by developin...

The Pro Loco of Priverno and its first transnational experience

Always active in the area with events and reception points, the Pro Loco of Priverno looks to the future and to Europe. "With the EuRiCa project - they explain from the association - a new programmati...

Join us on our adventure!

The main objective of the EURICA project is to contribute and promote the conservation of European ritual cuisine through the processes related to digital presentation, and to promote it in a global a...

How to particapate

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your family recipe!

Send us a video and short description about your favourite recipe that is passed down in your family.
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