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The Original Filipino Cebu Lechon Recipe

The Original Filipino Cebu Lechon Recipe | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
The original Cebu lechon is a popular dish in the Philippines. Cebu lechon is roasted suckling pig over slow burning coal and is thought to have originated from China.

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: Dinah Fried

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RT @SplendidTable: RT @SplendidTable: fictitious dishes - 5 meals from famous novels...

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5 meals from famous novels

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Puto Bumbong | Filipino Recipes, Dishes And Delicacies

Puto Bumbong | Filipino Recipes, Dishes And Delicacies | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Puto bumbong recipe with detailed list of ingredient and step by step easy to follow cooking instruction.

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A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs

A Safer Stove For The Developing World, Created By Indian Student Entrepreneurs | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
In developing nations around the world, almost three billion people endanger their health by using mud stoves and indoor open fires.

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Simple Food, Geometry and a Photographer in the Kitchen

Simple Food, Geometry and a Photographer in the Kitchen | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

"There's something in a simple hug
That always warms the heart,
It welcomes us back home
And makes it easier to part..."
~Johnny Ray Ryder, Jr., "A Simple Hug"


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Slow Food: La lenteur au service de l'alimentation

Slow Food: La lenteur au service de l'alimentation | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
CONSOMMATION - «20 Minutes» revient sur le mouvement qui veut changer la façon dont la nourriture est conçue et consommée...

Excellent inerview de Carlo en Français !!!

 
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Tufo (tufa) vs. calcareous, expressions of limestone in Italy

Tufo (tufa) vs. calcareous, expressions of limestone in Italy | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

Above: Samples of tufaceous (left) and calcareous (right) subsoils from Jesi.  


Pievalta winery in the heart of the Castelli di Jesi.

The roughly ten-year-old winery is the first and only Demeter-certified winery in Jesi and the wines are truly stunning in their ability to deliver bright, balanced acidity with a breath-taking range of fruit and minerality.

We loved the wines and we loved Alessandro and Siliva, with whom we became fast friends (more on them later).

The wine Dominè (named after a local tavern keeper), made from grapes grown in calcareous soils. It was lighter in body and fresher than the more structured San Paolo Riserva, Tracie P’s favorite, grown partly in tufaceous soils, more tannic and unctuous and deeper in its minerality. Both wines were superb.

When you taste the wines with Alessandro and Silvia, Alessandro produces soil samples from their growing sites. I can’t think of a better way to illustrate the differences than the photo I snapped above and in the different expressions of Verdicchio that they bottle.

Not to be confused with Loire valley’s tuffeau (according to the Oxford Companion to Wine; in French, the Italian tufo is rendered as tufe or tuffe), “calcareous tufa [or tufo is] ‘a porous or vesicular carbonate of lime, generally deposited near the sources and along the courses of calcareous springs’ (Page Handbk. Geol. Terms, 1865),” according to the Oxford English Dictionary.

Calcareous, on the other hand, comes from calcaire, “French word for limestone, a rock largely made up of calcium carbonate, which may in English be described as calcareous” (Oxford Companion to Wine).

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Food Chain Game

Food Chain Game | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

A lovely science activity about food chains. Click and drag the creatures to the correct positions.

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Food that looks good enough to eat: Meeta K Wolff - The National

Food that looks good enough to eat: Meeta K Wolff - The National | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Food that looks good enough to eat: Meeta K WolffThe NationalShe also co-hosts From Page to Plate food photography and writing workshops (www.platetopage.blogspot.com) with other renowned European food bloggers and runs her own food photography and...
 
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Unified halal standard is recipe for success[1]|chinadaily.com.cn

Unified halal standard is recipe for success[1]|chinadaily.com.cn | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Growing Muslim market requires food prepared in a certain manner but labeling can be confusing.
 
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Supermarkets 'to be banned from discounting multiple wine bottles' (UK)

Supermarkets 'to be banned from discounting multiple wine bottles'  (UK) | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Supermarkets will be banned from discounting multiple bottles of wine under Government plans to be set out within days.
 
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Organic food in Russia: healthy for the wealthy

Organic food in Russia: healthy for the wealthy | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
In their search for natural, organic food many Russians may visit open-air markets, fancy and expensive bio-stores or trendy new farmers’ cooperatives. There is also a question of choice between locally grown or imported organic food.
 
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Jamie Oliver brings his healthy food message to Toronto

Jamie Oliver brings his healthy food message to Toronto | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Adriano Filice’s quick chili-cheese quesadillas won the day Saturday at the Jamie Oliver Junior Chef Contest.
 
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Downloads Luchow's German Cookbook: The Story and the Favorite Dishes of America's Most Famous German Restaurant bookLuchow's German Cookbook: The Story and the Favorite Dishes of America's Most...

Downloads Luchow's German Cookbook: The Story and the Favorite Dishes of America's Most Famous German Restaurant bookLuchow's German Cookbook: The Story and the Favorite Dishes of America's Most... | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Downloads Luchow's German Cookbook: The Story and the Favorite Dishes of America's Most Famous German Restaurant b http://t.co/0t2BH7QA...

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Yam'Tcha, Paris Restaurant Reviews | Yam'Tcha 4 rue Sauval, Paris, FR

Yam'Tcha, Paris Restaurant Reviews | Yam'Tcha 4 rue Sauval, Paris, FR | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Yam'Tcha is an exquisite fusion Paris restaurant opened by Adeline Grattard. Yam'Tcha menu changes daily according to Grattard’s market finds (Yam’Tcha is a little gem in the heart of #Paris beloved by fans of delicate and subtle fusion #food!

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The Original Filipino Cebu Lechon Recipe

The Original Filipino Cebu Lechon Recipe | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
The original Cebu lechon is a popular dish in the Philippines. Cebu lechon is roasted suckling pig over slow burning coal and is thought to have originated from China.

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Dals: Simple Indian Comfort Food : NPR

Dals: Simple Indian Comfort Food : NPR | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
During her childhood, says food writer Monica Bhide, the whistle of the pressure cooker always signaled that a comforting lentil dish would be on the dinner table. But you don't need a pressure cooker to make these protein-packed, flavorful dishes.

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Blood Orange Brulee Tarts

Blood Orange Brulee Tarts | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Deliciously divine Blood Orange Brulee Tarts with brown sugar pastry.

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Global wine shortage feared as slump in production hits record levels

Global wine shortage feared as slump in production hits record levels | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Wine drinkers’ glasses could soon be half full after grape harvests were devastated by poor weather.
 
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Catalan Food and Wine in the UK

Catalan Food and Wine in the UK | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

This blog, in conjunction with its companion Facebook and Twitter accounts is gathering information on where to find Catalan food and wine in the UK. If you know of anywhere in the UK that sells or makes Catalan food, and where to find Catalan wines, do let us know and we will post it here. Thanks for finding us!

 
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How Congo's Countryside Became A Field Of Dreams For Urban Youths

How Congo's Countryside Became A Field Of Dreams For Urban Youths | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
How Congo's Countryside Became A Field Of Dreams For Urban Youths - Worldcrunch - All News is Global (Rice farming - planting a field of dreams?
 
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Unified halal standard is recipe for success[1]|chinadaily.com.cn

Unified halal standard is recipe for success[1]|chinadaily.com.cn | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Growing Muslim market requires food prepared in a certain manner but labeling can be confusing.

 

 
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Dragon Fruit Recipes

Dragon Fruit Recipes | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

The dragon fruit is a delight also found in Belize! It is mildly sweet,has the texture of a kiwi,and has tiny,edible seeds embedded in flesh of creamy white or shocking pink! Both colors of the pitaya flesh taste very much the same,with usually the white variety sometimes a little more sweet. The fruits have a long shelf life if kept chilled,and we find the flavor is more intense when it is cold.

 
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Can the Ex-COO of McDonald’s Bring Healthy Food To the Masses?

Can the Ex-COO of McDonald’s Bring Healthy Food To the Masses? | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it
Mike Roberts, the former president and chief operating officer of McDonald’s, is now heading up Lyfe Kitchen, an organic, healthy restaurant that plans to expand to hundreds of locations throughout the U.S.
 
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Steve Kingsley's curator insight, November 10, 2013 8:59 PM

Wish them the best of luck, so we can have healthy "fast food" soon in our neighborhood too!

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New York Times Admits Stanford Organic Food Study Flaws, Apologizes

New York Times Admits Stanford Organic Food Study Flaws, Apologizes | Culinary Travel & Documentaries | Scoop.it

We broke the story of Stanford’s ridiculous organic food study the very night of its publication. Now, a month later, the media is catching on to the study’s flaws; New York Times Opinion columnist Mark Bittman apologized for hoping—in vain—that the study would have little impact on the media. “That was dumb of me,” he says, “and I’m sorry.”

 
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