Why can't we respect foreign cuisines without feeling the need to make a fast buck by dumbing them down to a cheap, and frequently nasty, takeaway or by processing and packaging them for quick and easy, and unauthentic, dishes to be heated at home? To my
Food, Wine & Beverages
It was a Latin axiom that I could never get quite right at school, "Tempora muntantur, nos et mutamur in illis"…the times are changed and we are changed in them.
Plato once said, perhaps after a zythos or two with his mates in the back bar of The Wooden Horse, "He was a wise man who invented beer."
One of the great pitfalls with food at home these days can be boredom, mainly through eating the same dishes if not day after day, then week after week. For whatever reason, this can destroy one of life's great pleasures!
I love food, I enjoy cooking it, reading and talking about it, growing it if I can but above all…I love eating it, preferably in pleasant and like-minded company.
This very easy to make apple bundt cake that requires no fancy frosting or filling and ...
Raspberry and Apricot Tart Recipe Supplied by Food in a Minute for GrownUps Serves 6-8 An ...
There are some dishes however that might not be out of place on a twenty-first century table; as leeks are in season try this one from the book but with the style of writing it is essential to read the whole recipe first.
Well, it's "The Food Truck". I watched all of the first series on television and was watching the odd episode in series two when I received "The Food Truck Cookbook".
Last Saturday I was at Wellington's Westpac Stadium and saw scrums and mauls that would have delighted the heart of any All Black coach. But I wasn't there to watch rugby... I was at the Cake Tin for The Food Show 2012.