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.
We use to talk about food all the time, there are thousands of recipes on tv, on internet and many are cookbooks published every day in the world. But not everyone mention about some of the most dangerous foods on earth. I'm going to let you know about some of them now.
On 31st of October each year, world prepares to celebrate one of the most “scary” events on the calendar: Halloween. Many believe that Halloween was born in America, but they are wrong. Halloween is a celebration created in Anglo-Saxon territory whose name comes to life from a Scottish variant of All-Hallows-Eve ", i.e. the night before all Saints Day.
One of my great passions in life, is searching weird things on Internet related to food.In my previous posts I wrote about the most unusual restaurants, about the most expensive meals ever and even the strangest Country fairs around the entire world.Today I'm gonna talk about another extraordinary thing that you can do with food: art.
Recently, I wrote an article about a girl who I met here in London few weeks ago, which does a very special job: the strawberry's taster. Today I'd like to talk about a dear friend of mine who does a job very interesting and unusual: she is cheese “curer”. No, she's not a real doctor, but is one of the most knowledgeable people I know about one of the foods that I prefer most in the world. Let me tell you something more about here, to start.
Nowadays, internet is full of recipes and foodblogs. Million are the internet sites, Facebook pages & co. dedicated to food. Today I'd like to to talk about food in an “abstract” mode, specifically I'd like to talk about some common foods that had become a symbol of some of the most famous cartoons in the world.
An unmissable appointment if you'll be in London in July 2015 is the "Hyper Japan", a big event that brings together fans of video games, food, and all manner of weirdness from Japan. This fair is really a hymn to the land of the rising sun, a true explosion of colours and perfumes which you can't absolutely miss if you are a manga, sushi or a sake's fan.
Smoked salmon, lox, gravlax: when we're offered a salty slice of salmon, we don't care what it's called, we really can't resist it.In America it's quite common for any kind of cured salmon to be called lox, but that's not always the case: each name matches a specific preparation, which differs ever so slightly from the others that it's hard to tell.