Author: Ivica Profaca
Date: 18 June 2011
It's easy to cook when surrounded by the wonders of the modern kitchen, with well supplied stores across the street, and a library full of your favourite cookbooks in the next room. However, what can one do in a kitchen squeezed under a boat deck, surrounded by miles of open sea, with recipes stored only by memory? These are the conditions under which Zlatko Gall, Croatian journalist, rock critic and gourmand, excels.