Vacations are changing dramatically, and paying big bucks for some sun, which you already have at home, is no longer a smart option! A recent and growing movement is toward bringing something of value back home. Getting hands-on with a culture, its food, its people, is a very engaging way to bring back a memorable experience and some useful recipes.
Basically geography dictates another country’s foods, living conditions and practically everything they enjoy. People travel, however food also travels. Here are a few examples how food, itself, travels. Continue reading →
Spoon it, sip it or drink it! Larousse Gastronomique tells us a syllabub is, “An English cream or dessert of sherry or wine with lemon, possibly with brandy with whipped double (heavy) cream. Syllabub is served in a wineglass so … Continue reading →
Revolving restaurants, those atop tall buildings, which pivot full-circle, as you dine on fine food and very fine scenery, are on the increase worldwide. One tip, however. If you sit by the window, and there’s a ledge below, next to … Continue reading →
ABSOLUTE RECIPES: Dishes from around the world AIR LINE MEALS, your chance to be a food critic. FOODISM is a cultural, culinary digest. This site is worth a visit! AUSTIN LEHMAN CULINARY TOURS: Canada, Mexico, South American and Africa. . BRITANNIA RECIPES FROM … Continue reading →