Posts Tagged ‘food’

Paella Valenciana

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
Copyright © 2014 Elena Martin Paella is one of the most popular and common recipes of the Spanish cuisine. There are several types of famous rice in Spain, but Valencian paella is really delicious and it is native to the Mediterranean coast. This type of paella includes rice and several meats and vegetables, but the recipe is really easy, so do Read The Post [...]

Cuisines Of The World

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014
Copyright © 2014 Elena Martin Each cuisine is characterized by the usage of specific ingredients and cooking styles, which are often associated with a culture or region. Broadly speaking, we can divide cuisines into five big categories: African cuisine, Asian cuisine, Oceanian cuisine, Cuisine of the Americas and European cuisine. In African Read The Post [...]

Classic Italian Food And Wine Pairings – Sardinia Dishes And White Wine

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
Sardinia is an island in southern Italy situated to the southwest of Rome. Its climate is subtropical and more than half of Sardinia is devoted to pasture land. Culturally this island is decades away from the rest of Italy. Perhaps for this reason Sardinia is a great tourist destination. Surely for other reasons it has become quite popular with the Read The Post [...]

Turn Any Meal Right Into A True Gourmet Experience With These Simple Tips

Monday, March 3rd, 2014
Copyright © 2014 M Noor Maximum benefit juice from lemons. Fresh fresh lemon juice is far more tasty in comparison to the kind which comes away from a bottle, but it is sometimes surprising how little juice you will get out from a lemon. Heat the lemon within a microwave for 20 seconds on high power. Then, roll the lemon in your cutting board using Read The Post [...]

Classic Italian Food And Wine Pairings – Red Wine And Sardinia Dishes

Monday, March 3rd, 2014
Pairing food and wine. Or should we say pairing wine and food? These articles will help you select the appropriate wine to bring out the best in your favorite dishes. Each article in this series briefly presents several related dishes and proposes various wines for each of the dishes. The best news is that many of our suggestions involve relatively Read The Post [...]

Finest Wine And Fowl Pairings, Part 2

Thursday, February 27th, 2014
It can be quite worthwhile to spend a little extra time, and perhaps extra money to match your wine and food. Cooking game birds, including pheasants, is somewhat different from cooking other meats. Keep in mind that pheasants don't have nearly the same amount of fat as conventional chickens, so make sure the birds do not dry out. Because of their gamy Read The Post [...]

Regional Italian Food And Wine Pairings – White Wine And Piedmont Dishes

Thursday, February 27th, 2014
Unlike most regions of Italy, Piedmont in northern Italy is landlocked. This means that fish and seafood play a lesser role in the excellent Piedmont cuisine than they may in many other Italian regions. For centuries Piedmont belonged to the French kingdom of Savoy. So you can definitely expect French influence in Piedmont cuisine such as the extensive Read The Post [...]

Which Wine Goes With Chicken Pairings, Part 2

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
It can be quite worthwhile to spend a little extra time, and perhaps a little extra money to match your wine and food. Chicken Kiev consists of boned chicken breast pounded and rolled around cold unsalted butter, then breaded and fried. It is also known as Chicken Supreme. And it is supreme. Some add garlic and even cheese or vegetables to the butter. Read The Post [...]

Choose A Wine To Accompany Veal Dishes, Part 2

Monday, February 24th, 2014
It can be quite worthwhile to spend a little extra time, and perhaps a little extra money to match your wine and food. Veal kidneys are considered the best kidneys. Even if you have been unhappy with other kidneys, try veal kidneys. Peel off the membrane before cooking and make sure that they aren't overcooked. The classic wine pairing for veal kidneys Read The Post [...]

Which Wine Goes With Pork Dishes, Pairings, Part 2

Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
It can be really worth your while to spend a little extra time and perhaps just a littlle extra money to match your wine and food. A pork chop is a slice of meat cut perpendicularly to the spine of the pig. Different cuts include center cut or pork loin chops, rib chops, blade or shoulder chops, and sirloin chops. The best chops for grilling are center Read The Post [...]