A multi-author blog. A journey to find for kinship and contamination within the different ways of cooking food because food provides nourishment for the soul.
Ever wondered what are the most romantic restaurants around the world? For a fairy-tale proposal or even a "simple" romantic dinner, there are so many fabulous romantic restaurants around the world where you can spend a romantic evening with your partner, from “semi-cheap” meals to (very) expensive ones. Here you can find out our preferred (nor most romantic) ones:
Would you ever spend 50 Euro for 5 crisps? If the answer is no, then be careful to ask them if you are in Sweden at the St. Erik’s craft brewery: here a very chic black box with 5 crisps in it costs 50 Euro. The crisps can be purchased on the brewery website, but at the moment there are none available because, believe it or not, they run out in few days.
Definitely not the cheapest meal in the world is the one being offered since a few months ago in the Disneyland Resort in California. Fifteen thousand dollars is the price you have to pay if you would like to enjoy what is not just a dinner, but a real "once in a lifetime experience."
If you would ever see Jiro Ono on the street, in a perfectly normal context, you could make the mistake to see him like a normal elderly man who is going for his daily walk. Instead, he is one of the few chefs in the world to have gained the three Michelin stars for his restaurant “Sukiyabashi Jiro” in Tokyo.
Panforte Panforte is a traditional Tuscan cake with ancient origins, intended at the time to be eaten by nobility only. The name means "acid bread" and is made with dried fruit, nuts, chocolate, spices and honey. The texture is quite soft and with a very rich taste. Great gift idea because it keeps good for long time.
Kobe beef, is one of the finest meat on the planet. The cattle are raised in places far away from stress to preserve the precious quality of their meat. It is said that some farms give cattle beer to drink, because it would favour the softness of the meat and it is said also that some of them are massaged regularly, to make the meat even softer. These practices, have been denied by the Official Kobe website that categorically excludes the using of beer, but not completely that some farmers might really enjoy to give a massage to their animals, even if is not a practice traditionally used.