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Food for Love

Posted on November 16, 2020 by Hunter Rigaud
Food and romance have already been intricately woven together for years and years, and what better time than Valentines Day to have a closer understand this intriguing relationship.In this post, Manchester based nutritional therapist, Elizabeth Harfleet discusses aphrodisiacs to provide you with food for thought!The candlelit dinner of gourmet cuisine, against a shimmering backdrop of sweet violins, conjures up a cosy image of romantic contentment...

The History of Chinese Cuisine

Posted on September 19, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
In China, food and its own preparation has been developed so highly that it has already reached the status of an art.Rich and poor, the Chinese people consider that delicious and nutritious food is really a basic necessity.There's a vintage Chinese saying "Food may be the first necessity of individuals"...

Streetwise Beer Making Secrets!

Posted on May 17, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Beer making is a complex process that involves several steps which need to be carefully thought out.Here are a few basic ideas that can enable you to begin on your beer making experience.The initial step in brewing is called malting.Malting involves steeping grain in water for many days until the grain starts to germinate or sprout...

Andalucian Cuisine - A Guide

Posted on April 20, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Undoubtedly one of Spain's most culinary rich regions, Andalusia is an area famous for its cuisine and its culture of food.Much like the rest of Spain, food is an important part of social life; here the meal is about far more than just eating.Andalusia is also the home of one of Spain's favorite exports; tapas...

The Cuisine of Madrid

Posted on March 24, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
The Madrid region (one of Spain's smallest), as you would expect, is mostly dominated by the capital city.It's been said, by gourmands and food critics alike, that Madrid doesn't actually have a single cuisine all its own, instead it draws on influence from all of Spain, absorbing a rich tapestry of tastes and ingredients and turning them into it's own gastronomic melting pot...