“No dessert is as satisfyingly delicious, than a Flan or Crème Brûlée. The smooth texture of these two paired with the right amount of sweetness and that touch of vanilla brings back childhood memories of fun times. Although completely different
The word “Chicha” usually refers to a fermented beverage made by the natives of Central and South America which in most cases incorporates a mix of spit (yeah, you read that right), fruit and/or grains, drank originally during ceremonial activities.
“To learn all there is about a food, one needs to know its history to appreciate it, understand it and respect it.” Manuela Valenti One food that can be traced back into antiquity, Italian antiquity that is, is Pasta. That
Fiocchi di Sale in Italian, “Fleur de Sel” in French or “Salt Flakes” in English (somehow it doesn’t have the same ring to it) is nothing more than crystals or clusters of crystals of salt used in cooking as a
The Focaccia, (pronounced fo·cac·cia | fō-ˈkä-ch(ē-)ə) feminine form of focacius from the latin focus (fire) – is a flat, rustic, but delicious bread originally from Genoa, in the region of Liguria northern Italy, made with very simple ingredients – flour,