Start of Banat Brunch 2022. First feast – at Aunt Emilia Popa’s home of Coșteiu de Sus, Timi

Lying on the grass on the hill behind the house? Or sitting in the sun on the patio and eating some sweet cheese with dill and scallions or some fresh lord’s paste, or some homemade cream wire, or rolled buns?

Turism Timiș urges you to do it all, on April 30, from 11.00, at the house of Aunt Emilia Popa of Coșteiu de Sus, at the first edition of the Banat Brunch 2022 events.

Details and registration at

Menu and program

11.00 – 13.00

Lunch at home at Tanti Emilia

Carpentry and carving workshops

13.00 – 15.00

Take a tour of the village. Walking in the woods. Eco Timi bike ride to Stone Quarry. Horse-drawn carriage ride (optional)



Sweet cheese with dill and green onions

– Lord’s dough

– homemade bread

– corn

Egg bread

– pickle

– Bread with lard

– Meatballs with meat

Cheese meatballs

– roasting

Pickled cake

Egg and potato cake

Vinegar cheese

– sheep’s cheese

– smoked cheese

– Pickled cheese

– Hard-boiled eggs

– lard

– bacon

– Gomeri

– let down

– green onion

– I wake up

– eggplant salad

– sour cucumber salad

the Maine plate:

Nettle juice

Homemade cream wires

– Veal soup with vegetables

– Hit the bean

– Sewlan and sausage rolls

– A little pea broth

– New Romanian potatoes

Grilled meatballs

– Spinach with eggs


Poultry milk

– Wrapped Cake

Butter cones

– black cake

– Bee

– Donuts

– Kru


– Mint tea

– Lemonade

– spring water

– lemonade

– coffee

Trism Timiș launches Banat Brunch 2022 experiences!

Banat Villages, with their people and stories, with their eclectic cuisine and inviting aromas, are waiting for you to discover them in a new edition of Banat Brunch’s gastronomical culture events!

Turism Timic urges: “We will take you through other new places, through the courtyards of the locals and on the sunny hills dotted with vineyards, through the outskirts of Timisoara or in the footsteps of the ethnic groups of Banat.

We will pass Timich, but we will also discover the taste of organic produce from a farm in Arad. We’ll wander the dusty streets or lie on the grass, under the trees in local parks. Brunch, fluff, or just a snack. No matter how you tell it, the complex experiences, which bring together friends and stories about local flavors, resume in Timich County on April 30.”

The Banat Brunch project, which started three years ago in Timiș Province, Arad and Caraș Severin Provinces, aims to develop and promote rural tourism, traditions and Banat culture through gastronomy.

Promoted events use the local cuisine as a catalyst and attraction to provide an opportunity to create and develop economic alternatives for villagers through sustainable tourism: to develop small tourism offerings after collaborating with us on events (eg wagon tours, small lunches, tastings, village visits, activities in local homes, etc. that) ; By producing food – as local suppliers to guesthouses or restaurants in the area, at small events in the village or district, by selling in local markets, selling at our events, etc.) or by producing handicrafts and/or crafts Handmade – under the local brand, at our events in stores in the area

These alternatives are intended to help preserve the cultural landscape through the practice of farming on a small scale by the local population, to stop the loss of diversity in the local varieties, to develop tourism in the area and even prevent residents from moving to the city or other countries.

Banat Brunch events introduce villages to visitors in order to understand the importance of eating local and travel-free food, to appreciate the value of local resources, to consider rural Romania as an alternative to slow travel, to walking by bike or cart/horse.

“Together with partners from My Transylvania Association, we believe that some elements of intangible heritage, such as gastronomic culture, can help preserve the positive aspects of rural traditions and open perspective for creative reinterpretation of those that are no longer contemporary. Gastronomic culture events are not intended food to heritage purposes, but it tries to support the development of rural areas by promoting local products, recipes and culture,” urges Turism Timic.



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