cuisine

From street-food to fine dining, traditional Italian to Asian-Fusion, being well-versed in global cuisine is the first step to culinary mastery.

Rasma Raisters2 days ago
Enjoying Food in Scotland
I have always felt that the best way to get to know people from different countries is by learning about what they like to eat. We all know our own eating habits and pretty much can say what other peo...
Rasma Raisters10 days ago
Eating the Latvian Way
The traditional kinds of Latvian foods include pork. However, today there are people who eat more chicken, fish, and even those who have become vegetarian. Restaurants in Riga offer many different cui...
Rasma Raisters23 days ago
The Best Seafood from Normandy and Brittany
Along the coastline of France, you can expect to see a lot of seafood. In Normandy, it is more sole and scallops and in Brittany mussels, crayfish and lobster.
Brandi Browna month ago
Ways to Add Protein to Breakfast
Getting enough protein at breakfast is important to start the day off the right way. Many breakfast meats are cured, however, meaning that they cause other health concerns if consumed frequently. Whil...
Arlee Maxwell2 months ago
How I Cook a Perfect Steak
I am by no means a chef so please don’t judge me based off my skills that I have learned on my own or from watching other people. I have always said I would be a vegetarian but I can’t give up on my s...
Ashley Terrell2 months ago
The New World of Salts
Salt is a topic of many food discussions. Whether accompanied with butter for grits or salting your pasta water to taste, salt is an important essential to EVERY spice pantry. As common table salt has...
Jeffrey Joseph2 months ago
Cooking: An Omnipotent Being or Utter Malarkey?
Why is it that some people can make the most amazing creations of culinary wonder while others can only seem to burn water? Is it the lack of knowledge? Skill? Is it just by sheer luck? Chance? Or is ...
The Galley—Upper Street, London
I was introduced to The Galley, a contemporary restaurant and bar in Upper Street, Islington by a friend, and it's safe to say that the food and environment were spectacular. Not only was the food ama...
Brandi Payne4 months ago
Days After Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving was a great day for feasting and family time. It’s a day to put away your differences and be thankful for what you have like your family and friends as well as your health and the food on...
Peter Moody4 months ago
Seasonal and Local
It's been a long time, a long time coming, but I know a change is gonna come, oh yes it will! Sam Cooke does it far better than me, but its the sentiment that counts! Maybe it's my age, maybe it's the...
Brandi Payne4 months ago
Turkey Day Celebration
Thanksgiving is the beginning of the holidays where everyone puts some weight on for the winter. We have not gotten to celebrate Thanksgiving in a couple of years and usually, I do the cooking. I love...
Nicola P. Young4 months ago
Classic Seasoning Combinations You Need to Try
My experience in cooking with seasonings came in four major categories. The first was, well, lack of seasoning: Kraft mac n' cheese, cafeteria food, occasionally tossing some onion powder in with jarr...
Morgan E. Westling4 months ago
Things You Didn't Know About Mediterranean Food
With the many benefits brought on by the Mediterranean diet, it’s curious why more people around the world don’t consider adopting this diet for themselves. The interesting thing about Mediterranean c...
Lyn Abrahamson 5 months ago
What's the Best Food?
In my opinion, the best food is steak. It can be added to anything and tastes great. You can make tacos, quesadillas and so much more with steak. Its even great with mashed potatoes and green beans. I...
Ashley Terrell5 months ago
Harvest Time, Thanksgiving Revamped 2K18
Holidays are for sharing love—why not tasty traditional food dishes? Uniform dishes [like macaroni and cheese] are exciting to see at the round table. Take notice of your new friends and family. Your ...
Christopher Edward5 months ago
What Is the Best Temperature for Cooking Pizza in an Outdoor Pizza Oven?
Initial temperature advice could range from around 340 degrees Celsius or 650 degrees Fahrenheit, and up to approximately 480 degrees Celsius or 900 degrees Fahrenheit. With this variation in temperat...
Christopher Edward5 months ago
Which Are the Best Types of Woods to Burn in an Outdoor Pizza Oven?
The types of woods to use to burn in your outdoor pizza oven can often be a rather overlooked subject, but the reality is, it can and will have a huge effect on your cooking. It’s important to remembe...
Ashley Terrell5 months ago
Flavors to Broaden Your Spice Pantry
As the seasons are changing, rotating the pantry is a must for your kitchen. Summer tasty must haves are being replaced with holiday staples like stuffing, baked ham, string bean casserole and macaron...