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Food is Love
Food is Love
By Romy Sia
As the Christmas season approaches, many of us will be celebrating in different ways, but one thing that is consistent in these celebrations is the role of food. Many people will gather on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day with family and loved ones and sit down to an [read more]
Caviar Dreams
Caviar Dreams
Caviar is commercially marketed worldwide as a delicacy and is eaten as a garnish or a spread, for example, as hors d’oeuvres or amuse bouche. The word caviar originates from the Turkish khavyar, first appearing in English print in 1591. Dating back 250 millio [read more]
The Aphrodisiac Power of Caviar
The Aphrodisiac Power of Caviar
Considered the most extravagant aphrodisiac in the world, caviar was a favorite of Casanova, who liked to eat spoonfuls of the sweet and savory pearls in between his legendary romantic conquests. When fish roe was first discovered in the Caspian and Black seas in th [read more]
Essential Things You Need To Know About Spanish Ham
Essential Things You Need To Know About Spanish Ham
By Laura Kauffmann
If you have ever set foot on Spanish soil, you probably will have noticed the imposing presence of Spanish ham. It is everywhere you go, be it in the café of a Mediterranean town with an ocean view, the bar at the railway station in the mountains, or in buzzi [read more]
Foie Gras: Behind the Controversy
Foie Gras: Behind the Controversy
By Krystal Woodbridge
Foie Gras is the most controversial ingredient in the food scene — a sentence that reads just a little bit crazy in a country that has embraced the horrors of factory farming. What is Foie Gras? Foie gras is fattened duck or goose liver. It’s buttery, lu [read more]
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