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The Art Of Extracting Juices

Posted on February 21, 2020 by Hunter Rigaud
Making juices might seem simple.There are a number of devices useful for making juices.The perfect juicer can make the most of liquid from the given level of plant material, leaving a quite dry residue behind which, incidentally, makes an initial class material for composting organically grown fruit and veggies...

The Incredible Edible Lobster

Posted on December 9, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Ever wonder what lobsters eat, or why they're red? Think about the proper way to cook them and what that green stuff is? Here's some interesting factual statements about well known summer meal.We want to eat them, but what do they eat? Lobsters crawl round the bottom of the ocean trying to find food during the night...

Catalan Cuisine - a Guide

Posted on June 15, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
Barcelona - a city famous for its cultural diversity and many influences and in no place is this more noticeable than its cuisine.Heavily influenced by the neighboring Arabian area and its diverse geographical landscape the area is a melting pot of fresh vegetables and choice fish, poultry and game...

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...

Eating History - The Potato

Posted on February 7, 2019 by Hunter Rigaud
This root vegetable is probably among the most popular vegetables in our contemporary world.It's come a long way from its atmosphere thin roots in the South American mountain ranges.Long before the potato reached the beaches of the Emerald Isle, it was widely cultivated some 7,000 years prior to its debut in Europe...