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    • 1.

      Italian Culinary Arts Are Becoming More And More Recognized As One Of The World's Leading Cuisine

      by Tim Gorman - 2006-11-30
      Until recently the food that most people thought of when they were talking about high class food was French. This is easy to understand because French food can be very technical and complicated. The d...
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      Mozzarella Cheese - No Real Italian Pizza Should Be Without It

      by Stozzer - 2007-01-29
      This Italian cheese has long been associated with the pizza as a topping that is as essential as tomatoes. However, it was never an ingredient for traditional pizza as made in the Greek colony of N...
    • 3.

      Cooking With Lamb

      by Vicki Churchill - 2007-02-16
      We all know and have read about the health benefits of eating a varied diet, consisting of a selection of one product out of the 5 main food groups. (Fruit & Vegetables, Meat & Fish, Dairy Products an...
    • 4.

      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...
    • 5.

      Weekend Getaway and Bacchanalian Feast With Friends in Ireland

      by Kathi Dameron - 2007-04-04
      Imagine a progressive bacchanalian feast of traditional cuisine and festive merriment. The setting was Dublin, Ireland and the weekend was coming to a close. It was our last night on our impromptu wee...
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      Ayurveda Recipes for Health - Every Day Digestives and a Ladhu Recipe for Ladies

      by Bryan Irving - 2007-04-14
      GINGER PICKLEEat before lunch to help you digestIngredients: for 4 2" Fresh grated ginger 1/2 Lemon juice 1/4 tsp Rock salt Honey to tasteTake one teaspoon a few minutes before you eat to increase yo...
    • 7.

      Living On The Wild Side Of Food

      by gwydion - 2008-05-01
      As soon as spring comes upon us nature begins to deliver her abundance. But when thinking of wild foods most people tend to be reminded of Autumn and the wild fruit and mushroom harvest available then...
    • 8.

      The Welsh Foods Of Patagonia

      by gwydion - 2008-05-03
      During the 18th and 19th century many Welsh people sought to escape Britain for both linguistic and religious reasons to found new homelands. Many Welsh colonies were founded, some in very surprising ...
    • 9.

      What Is An Ice Cream And How Do You Make One?

      by gwydion - 2008-06-18
      Ice Cream: As the name suggest, ice cream is quite literally a frozen product made from cream. It's often flavoured with fruit and/or nuts and can often be sweetened and have milk added. The texture o...
    • 10.

      Wild Foods — Adding A Little Variety To Your Plate

      by gwydion - 2008-06-18
      Often those who advocate wild foods and wild ingredients are seen as either slightly worthy or slightly weird. It can frequently be perceived that such proponents of wild foods want you to whole-heart...