Archive for the ‘Foreign Flare’ Category

Pasta is one of those dishes that’s easy to make but can be challenging to master. Italian chefs built up their expertise over the generations. But if you’re relatively new to the stuff or you haven’t been trained by a grand master, then it can be tricky to get right.   Read More ...

  By Caroline Watson Recipe Stats Prep time: 30 mins Cook time: 2 hrs 40 mins Serves: 6 A traditional British recipe for a hearty lamb pie from Caroline Watson Ingredients For the shortcrust pastry 500g (2 cups) plain flour 230g (1 cup) salted butter 1 tsp dry mustard beaten   Read More ...

Categories: Foreign Flare

When most people think of cuisine in England, they think of fish and chips or bangers and mash. However, London is an increasingly cosmopolitan city and with that comes a varied choice of restaurant fare. What follows is a post by Sandy Cadiz-Smith about her trip to a Vietnamese restaurant   Read More ...

Categories: Dining Out, Foreign Flare

“Health is not a diet plan, but a lifestyle. Understand your body, your strengths, and your limits and use this knowledge to make a change. Stop dieting, start living.” ~ Manuel Villacorta For 20 years, Manuel Villacorta has been helping people improve their life with Peruvian power foods. Now, because   Read More ...

Saw this recipe and just had to share! Looks like a great warming recipe for the cold season, eh? One of my very, very favorite things to eat is Thai food. I have to admit that I’m kind of picky, and have had one-too-many incidents where I’m excited about a   Read More ...

Categories: Eating in, Foreign Flare

O.K. Last post I promised to finish the recipe. And then I took the week off — my back spasmed and I really needed to avoid the computer for a few days. Any, here is the rest of the recipe, along with some tips on cooking pasta. See! I’m giving   Read More ...

Categories: Eating in, Foreign Flare

Did you know that Italians are probably the world’s most prominent pasta eaters? Many of today’s pasta recipes, such as spaghetti and lasagna, were originally developed in Italy. Did you know that Italian lasagna looks different from American? In the U.S., we tend to use lasagna noodles with ripples in   Read More ...

Categories: Eating in, Foreign Flare

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