The recipe for a zabaglione couldn’t be any simpler. It is a simple ratio of ingredients. When whipped together with proper technique produces a delicious and divine foam like custard. That is a perfect accompaniment for summertime berries and figs.
The “good cheer” cupcakes can spread is for all ages to enjoy. They also create a very nice connection to what food is all about. Which is quite simply “happiness” and the spreading of it to others.
If tomato sauce is the “King” of pasta sauces then Bolognese sauce is most definitely the undisputed Queen!
“Chef” and “Master Chef” are two titles in the culinary profession that have been diluted down over the last 10-15 years by TV programing in order to latch on to cool wordage that will enable them to attract more viewers and increase ratings. The adverse affect of all this is explained further in this post.
This recipe is a home run all around. Pan seared Diver scallops over a delicious and earthy truffle mashed potatoes accompanied with the sharp acidic taste of a vodka beetroot vinaigrette. If plated nice and tight and clean this dish is as sexy to look at as it is delicious to eat.
Finland is know as the “Land of a Thousand Lakes.” It is the country farthest east in Scandinavia.It is full of natural beauty, and it’s people full of a prideful Scandinavian culture. From the Finnish sauna, to herring markets and information on Baltic sea cruise lines linking the capital of Finland, Helsinki to other Nordic ports of call. This post should be informative and excite people to want to head north to Finland and enjoy a truly special and pure Scandinavian holiday.
“Inspirational Cooking” is a therapeutic concept that Franco Lania shares in this post. To use the act of cooking to inspire others to get up and moving again once they are faced with hardships that have caused them to loose their “zest” for life. The act of cooking with this kind of conscious awareness can be just as powerful and healing to some as is the act of eating nutritionally balanced foods.
Easter breads are made in various countries in the Mediterranean and northern Europe. From the origins of the word “Easter” to the making of the delicious celebratory Italian Easter bread, this post sums up nicely the spirit of Easter and its connection to the “inspirational rebirth” that takes place at springtime in nature each year.