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  • 2). Lima's Gastronomic Boom  By : Charlotte De Patre
    Although gastronomy has always been deeply rooted in Limeños' idiosyncrasy, the last few years have seen a huge leap in Lima's dining scene. Not only Peru's capital has become tapped with restaurants, both stylish and unpretentious, but many of them seem to be at full capacity all week long. One possible explanation for the boom, besides obvious food quality, is international recognition.
    article related to: peru, lima, travel, gastronomy, food

  • 4). Lardo di Colonnata : A Tuscan Delicacy  By : Andrea Flint
    Pork is a staple food of the mountain regions of northern Italy, where it's often said that a well butchered pig should leave 'nothing but the oink' behind. As a pig is typically around 30% fat, thrifty locals had to come up with a way to use and preserve this valuable source of protein, and the result is Lardo. Lardo di Colonnata, to give it its full name, is a delicacy produced from pork fat in and around the Tuscan mountain town of Colonnata.
    article related to: lardo, colonnata, pork fat, preserved, tuscany, italy

  • 5). Culinary Traditions Of France  By : Kirsten Hawkins
    French cuisine is the amazingly high standard to which all other native cuisines must live up to. The country of France is home of some of the finest cuisine in the world, and it is created by some of the finest master chefs in the world. The French people take excessive pride in cooking and knowing how to prepare a good meal. Cooking is an essential part of their culture, and it adds to one's usefulness if they are capable of preparing a good meal.
    article related to: french cuisine, culinary traditions of france

  • 6). The Incredible Edible Olive  By : Lee Dobbins
    Olives have been eaten and the oil used since biblical times but it wasn’t until recently that they have enjoyed so much press due to their cardioprotective properties. Find out more about this amazing food including the many varieties of olives available.
    article related to: olives, appetizers, gourmet food

  • 8). British Cuisine  By : Kirsten Hawkins
    British cuisine has always suffered from bad press. The simple homespun fare and plain preparation of most traditional British foods pales when compared to French haute cuisine, and it’s not uncommon for food critics to sound almost apologetic when writing about traditional British dishes as if there were something shameful in enjoying a good, thick joint of beef with an accompaniment of Yorkshire pudding.
    article related to: british cuisine, british dishes

  • 12). Impress With Duck  By : Stacey Moore
    It's not always easy for the time-starved cook to stay on top of the latest quick, easy, exciting dishes. So where do the at-home cooks go to learn how to wow guests? These days, people are jumping online in search of trendy, delicious recipes to impress family and friends. Recently, the U.S. Duck Council introduced online resource that provides time-starved cooks with alternative, easy recipes that impress guests with simplicity and style.
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  • 17). The Olive – History and Production  By : smgenie
    The Olive tree dates back to early ancient times in both biblical and classical writings. In these early writings, the olive oil is referenced as a symbol of both goodness and purity, and the tree represents peace and happiness. In ancient times, the oil was also burnt in sacred lamps at temples during the Olympic Games, and the victor was crowned with its leaves.
    article related to: olive garden, olive tree, olives

  • 22). Regional Cuisine Of China: Szechuan Style  By : Kirsten Hawkins
    The Szechuan style of cuisine arose from a culturally distinct area in the central western of part of China, a province known as Sichuan. This area of China came into its own culturally towards the end of the Shang Dynasty, during the 15th century. However, it was also the climate of the area that helped to shape the culinary traditions that were to arise from Sichuan province and make their way into the realm of international cuisine.
    article related to: szechuan style, cuisine, cuisine of china

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