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    • 1.

      Cuisine - What is It?


      by Allen Bohart - 2007-01-07
      Cuisine - it's a very fancy word, but it is rather difficult to put a finger on the actual definition. Traditionally, cuisine is used to describe the food of a particular region of the world. Cuisine ...
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      Taste the Costa Rican Cuisine; A Tropical Blend of Flavors


      by Charles Kassotis - 2007-01-23
      Costa Rica food is the result of a medley of various types of spices, sauces, oils and other ingredients used in different cuisines from the various corners of the world. In the recipes of Costa Rica ...
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      Identifying the good and the mediocre in the dining industry


      by Dawson Gao - 2007-01-03
      The dining industry is arguably one of the oldest industries of human society. The provision of cooked meals could be conducted in the simplest forms like a sandwich or fish and chips while it coul...
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      Destination Guide to Dubrovnik


      by Robert Palmer - 2007-02-10
      Destination Guide to DubrovnikA Brief HistoryCroatia has suffered over the years from destruction due to war and fighting from serbo-montenegrin forces but now the country is safe and conflict free...
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      Secrets of Argentinian Cuisine


      by Chris McCarthy - 2007-02-17
      Argentinian cuisine is immensely influenced by Spanish, Italian and South American food. The specialty of Argentine food is steaks and grilled meat. Argentine beef is low on fat and cholesterol and ha...
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      How To Make Flaming Steak Diane


      by Kathi Dameron - 2007-03-01
      "Opa!" the crowd roared as flames danced over the food.Imagine good friends, fabulous food and entertainment that magically transport you to a foreign land.I had always assumed that saganaki, the flam...
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      Auvergne Gastronomy- Hearty Cuisine - Winter Warmers For Hikers And St Nectaire-The Best Of Cheeses


      by JS Selfe - 2007-03-13
      The Auvergne is a largely mountainous region in central France, part of the Massif Central. In summer the climate is hot and dry - ideal for walking, hiking and horse-riding, while winters are compara...
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      Ancient Cuisine Stories Part 1


      by Roger Baillargeon - 2007-03-20
      ** FOREIGN DISH RECIPE...down belowMan has been distinguished from other animals in various ways; but perhaps there is no particular in which he exhibits so marked a difference from the rest of creati...
    • 9.

      Kolkata Travel Guide


      by Vinay - 2007-03-20
      Kolkata is the largest metropolis in India, Calcutta is a vibrant city on the move, volatile and unpredictable. The Gateway to India, till 1912, and the capital of the Raj in India, it still bears ...
    • 10.

      A Taste Of San Francisco


      by John Poimiroo - 2007-03-28
      In coffee shops throughout San Francisco each morning, diners read about the city's top chefs in the same way people in other cities read about the achievements of professional athletes.Executive chef...