Kikiliciouss started as a virtual platform, providing space for the manifestation of healthy home cooking. Today we are closer to our audience, creating real relationships through our products and services. Our mission is to share experiences and support slow local food-preneurship, may it be with kids in school, parents, local farmers, artisans and other interested foodies. Kikiliciouss now is a community and we aim to help growing a healthy and collaborative environment, where different recipes, working methods, great experiences and new contacts can be shared and celebrated.
Kristi is a Designer with a passion about cooking. She first started blogging about food at the age of 16, which would make for the very first steps towards building today’s brand of “Kikiliciouss”. Kristi is also a very passionate activist of Slow Food and Food Revolution Albania, for which she is also an ambassador since 2016. Her work with preliminary school kids and their parents, on how to prepare healthy meals has been very remarkable. On her way to obtaining a Master in Business Administration Kristi has refined further her entrepreneurial skills in order to take Kikiliciouss into new frontiers with many new projects and collaborations. Kristi is also hosting a segment titled "With Kristi's Hands"(Me Duart e Kristit) at "Who's coming for Lunch"(Kush Vjen Për Drekë) TV show; at one of the most popular TV channels in Albania - Klan TV. There she shares everyday a recipe or an article related to food, health and how to cook delicious and nutritious meals for a very tight daily schedule.
Julia is a graphic and product Designer. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Art & Design, a MSc in Applied Design and in MBA. At the moment works in a creative studio focusing on visual and mixed media services. Traveling fuels her creativity and her portfolio has diverse experiences, ranging from research projects to product design. Julia is also one of the co-hosts of Ladies Wine Design initiative in Tirana.
Eranda is a Spatial Planner, with a MSc on Urban Planning and Management, at the moment working on her PhD research. She likes to call herself “a globetrotter” and is very passionate about getting to know different cultures, especially related to her profession and of course food as well. Eranda has mastered her taste for finesse and minimalism into food styling and photography, defining the very simplistic style of Kikiliciouss.