Month: October 2018

Month: October 2018

Oct 23, 2018

The Case for Doing Business in Belgium: Event Recap

Tariffs and NATO funding may occupy much of the media’s attention around the U.S./E.U. partnership these days, but it’s important to keep in mind that bilateral trade between the longtime allies remains the largest in the world, representing 50% of the world’s GDP. Further, imports and exports between the U.S and Belgium specifically are valued […]

Oct 12, 2018

Recipes for Success: Endives with ham

by Kelly Lataire When I still lived at home, my mom used to make endives with ham during winter. It remains a family favorite! Nowadays, my husband makes it (in his own way) at least once a month and it always brings back happy memories. Ingredients (Serves 4) 8 endive stumps 8 slices of ham […]

Oct 9, 2018

Recipes for Success: Drowned Pie

by Margarita Maximovskaya When I was 10, my dad and I had a nice tradition: every Sunday we would open a random page from a cook book and cook any recipe we’d happen to land on. We had lots of fun and I always looked forward to the next Sunday to spend some precious moments […]