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11 of the best Afternoon ...

Traditional afternoon tea is the quintessentially British indulgence of delicate finger sandwiches, interspersed with dainty cakes set in grandiose tiered cake stands, accompanied by endlessly topped up cups of tea ...

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Piole and Osterie of Turin

If there is something that abounds in Turin, Italy, it’s the popular Piedmont cuisine. The Savoy capital city is home to the bastions of Piedmontese gastronomic tradition that, so far, ...

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Simply delicious street food of ...

It seems that the effects of “l’autista” (a driver), a special drink made with lemon juice, soda water and sparkling soda, used to “degrease” and digest after over indulging, are ...

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The history of Wedding Cakes

Wedding cakes, one of the big decisions of the big day, to frost or not to frost? More traditional fruit sponge or a layered lemon with cream? Today’s wedding cakes ...

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9 open fire cooking across ...

Open fire cooking and fine dining have become firm friends in recent years as chefs return to one of the oldest and most primitive methods of cooking inspired by the ...

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Vivre the quintessential English experience

With the cold months around the corner, the quintessential English experience, traditional afternoon tea in some of London’s most luxurious settings, is a seasonal practice worth getting into. Credit for ...

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Peppercorns: There’s something to everyone’s ...

Black peppercorns may be the stalwart of the spice rack in many a kitchen around the world, but there are also several other types of peppercorns well worth adding to ...

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Tasting hamburgers in New York ...

The culinary options in New York City are as bountiful and diverse as any in the world. Here you’ll find anything your palate desires, including many innovative dishes that challenge traditional ...

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The culinary talent of Iceland

There is a low, growing buzz in the food world that is taking notice of the large culinary talent coming out of Iceland, whose population numbers 332.000. It is a ...

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Vegetable fare are strong in ...

Vegetable fare is gaining traction, and not just amongst flexitarians. Eating vegetarian is no longer unusual and gourmet restaurants with “no meat” have multiplied around Paris. Those who once thought ...

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