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Spanish Food history

18th April 2012
The roots of Spanish food and its history is colorful and littered with the many periods of history and communication between countries. Influenced by several different cultures that ruled and lived in the country. The excellent geographical location of S... Read >
Author: hCourtneyBruces

All About Black Trumpet Mushrooms

07th December 2011
Black trumpet mushrooms have a waxy grey surface and are known as fragile and trumpet-shaped. It is a very rich and buttery mushroom, popular in French cuisine because of their unique flavor and texture.  They have a unique fragrance which some pe... Read >
Author: Ginny

French Food Tips: Understanding The Traditional 6 Course Meal

14th October 2011
For a dinner party or special meal many people choose to go for French food, since many of the best recipes are inspired by, or come directly from France. French cuisine is known around the world as being one of the finest, and it's no surprise that it is... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

How to Prepare Mirepoix Vegetables

29th June 2011
Mirepoix vegetables are an essential part of French cuisine. Mirepoix is a combination of finely chopped onions, carrots and celery, with a proportion of 50% onions, 25% celery and 25% carrots, which is used to add aroma and flavor to soups, stocks and ot... Read >
Author: jim Atilson

Places to visit in Munster Germany

29th April 2010
The Oerscher Hof, number 42, was built around 1748 for the barons van Beverfoerde, and is the only one that survived the war without damage. In it today is Munster's most prized eatery, the Michelinstarred and GaultMillaurated Kleines Restaurant im Oersch... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

London's Most Expensive Dining Experiences

13th April 2010
If you've ever eaten at a well-known posh restaurant, then you know what it is like to pay a pretty penny for a meal. On the high-end facade of London, it is not difficult to drop £100 simply by wandering around the Old Smoke. So if you fancy what are ty... Read >
Author: Ian Evans

Grow truffles and make money

15th November 2009
One company is offering a once in a life time opportunity for many people to purchase Oak trees from them that have been inoculated with truffle fungus that does not cost the earth. You only pay the purchase price of the Oak tree that has been inoculated ... Read >
Author: Andrew Houston

The Origins And Influences Of Traditional Gourmet French Foods

15th June 2009
Traditional French food has a global reputation for being both extremely palatable and highly distinctive. The French have always been known for their attention to detail and the care taken over even relatively basic recipes. The very words 'French' and '... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold
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