Cheeses France
Cheeses have long been considered the hallmark of France. According to various estimates, from 400 to 1000 varieties are produced in the country. The types of French cheeses are incredibly…

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Where to eat tasty and cheap in Bruges: the best cafes and restaurants for tourists
One of the most picturesque European cities is known to tourists not only for beautiful landscapes or ancient mills and canals, but also for delicious Belgian cuisine. The city has…

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To all paella paella!
Follow me, I list clockwise, starting at twelve o'clock: peeled tomatoes, chicken stock, carabinieri shrimps, olive oil, paprika, saffron, beans, gumbo pepper, garlic, onion, chili pepper (completely, absolutely not hot…

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Best Venice Restaurants

Traveling to Venice is a fairy tale that you want to remember for a lifetime. And the restaurants of the Veneto capital can certainly become part of this adventure: refined, fashionable and chic.

Where the great Ernest Hemingway liked to be, where you can admire the most beautiful landscapes and where it is not embarrassing to invite the kings themselves – we go on an express tour of the best restaurants in Venice.
Enoteca Ai Artisti
Enoteca Ai Artisti, ItalyEnoteca Ai Artisti is the favorite “brainchild” of the talented spouses Vincenzo and Francesca. He was always fond of Italian wine culture, she enthusiastically mastered the culinary art. Continue reading

How Vienna waffles differ from Belgian ones

Many countries boast national recipes for original and delicious waffles. For example, England, where this dish is served as a light snack, or the Netherlands, which presented the world with the so-called syrup waffles, as well as the USA and the Czech Republic, Norway and even Japan. But for the connoisseurs of this delicacy, the reference examples are perhaps the two most famous varieties: Viennese and Belgian.
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The history of waffles in Vienna is closely connected with the name of the Austrian confectioner Joseph Manner, who at the end of the 19th century introduced to the public a new type of dessert – “Neapolitan waffles”. They got their name due to hazelnut filling – they were delivered from Naples at that time. The Continue reading

In oranges and pear: Fesenjan

But what, is it necessary to sculpt kufta or any other products from the stuffing? After all, there are a lot of examples in world culinary, when minced meat is fried as is and then cooked together with the sauce, becoming part of it?
There is such a dish in my repertoire, it is called Fesenjan. Usually it is cooked with pomegranate rather than orange sauce, and much more often cooked with poultry than with lamb. Here in the late autumn, when the turkey poultry, hatching in the spring, will already see the first snow – it’s time for turkey fesenjan. After all, walnuts are good at this time, and pomegranates are full of juice!

But, than to talk about the traditional method of cooking fesenjan, let’s better tell you about the variation that I myself came up with for you. Continue reading

Interesting facts about burgers you did not know
When you finish reading this offer, McDonald’s largest chain of fast food restaurants will sell over 355 burgers. After reading the article to the end, you will learn 12 more…

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6 interesting facts about Belgian cuisine that you did not know
Situated between France, Germany and the Netherlands, Belgium has always experienced significant cultural influence from these countries. It is reflected in national cuisine. But in Belgium there are absolutely amazing…

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What the Japanese eat every day: for breakfast, lunch and dinner
The Japanese people, in general, have a unique quality: they can get enough of their eyes, due to the fact that they prefer aesthetic saturation to physiological. The circumstances of…

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Coffee in Belgium: prices, brands, the best coffee shops in Brussels and Antwerp
Coffee along with chocolate is the real passion of the Belgians. Every year, the country imports about 40 thousand tons of coffee beans from Kenya, Ethiopia, Brazil, Guatemala, Mexico. History…

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