cuisine

From street-food to fine dining, traditional Italian to Asian-Fusion, being well-versed in global cuisine is the first step to culinary mastery.

  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 5 days ago
    The Joys of Christmas Food

    The Joys of Christmas Food

    The Yule Log
  • David Somerville
    Published 6 days ago
    The Five Best Steaks You Have Never Tried

    The Five Best Steaks You Have Never Tried

    The world of beef steaks is a complex assortment of bovine anatomy. There are the steaks that most people have heard of, cuts like the Ribeye, Sirloin, New York Strip and Filet Mignon, even if they do not know the exact differences between them. There are an equal number of steaks that are absolutely amazing that most people don’t even know exist!
  • Erica Wagner
    Published 23 days ago
    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    Hands-On Pasta in Rome

    What could be more blissful than an autumn week spent in Rome? I'll tell you what: learning to cook perfect Roman pasta on a sunny Roman afternoon. I'd come from London to Rome to stroll the ancient city's streets in the company of a dear friend and expert tour-guide, the writer Kate Nicholls, who lives in the Eternal City — Cucina Trastevere, opened just a couple of months before I arrived, happened to be right around the corner from her flat. If you are visiting this extraordinary city, this is an experience not to miss.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published about a month ago
    Eating Chicago Style

    Eating Chicago Style

    In Chicago, Illinois, there is restaurant food that is exclusive to the area, such as Italian beef, the Maxwell Street Polish, the Chicago-style pizza, Chicken Vesuvio, and the Jibanto.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 2 months ago
    4 Ways You Can Embrace a Gluten-Free Diet

    4 Ways You Can Embrace a Gluten-Free Diet

    Experts have recognized that 1 in 133 people have celiac disease, which accounts for 6-7% of all Americans. This doesn’t sound like a lot of people until you calculate that that equates to over 20 million people—no small number. But while many are switching to a gluten-free diet for specific medical conditions, many more are making the change because they believe that a gluten-free diet is healthier for them. While the Gluten Intolerance Group says it’s only healthier if you are, in fact, celiac, they agree that if you eat a diet high in breads and carbs, going gluten-free will undoubtedly make you feel less sluggish and more full of energy. Regardless of your reasons, if you’ve chosen to make the leap to eliminate gluten from your diet, you may be wondering how restrictive it will be (and just how much you’ll miss your gluten-heavy favorite foods). Worry not, here are four ways you can get aboard the gluten-free bus and still enjoy every mealtime.
  • Rasma Raisters
    Published 2 months ago
    Food and Drink in the Czech Republic

    Food and Drink in the Czech Republic

    The Czech Republic or Czechia is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Its neighbors are Austria, Germany, Poland, and Slovakia. Czech cuisine has been influenced by Austrian and Hungarian cuisines. The national cuisine is based on ingredients that can be grown domestically such as cereals, leguminous plants, and potatoes. These are usually served with pork, beef, or poultry, and in some places, with freshwater fish.
  • Jeffrey Fontanos
    Published 2 months ago
    I Ate a Double Bacon Quarter Pounder with Cheese While on Edibles

    I Ate a Double Bacon Quarter Pounder with Cheese While on Edibles

    Have you planned to eat food high because you knew it was gonna taste better? Of course you have, you're reading this, or the title looked entertaining. Well for those who don't know food taste 100 times better when you're high. Every once in a while you'll come across food that tastes beyond magnificent. It'll make you want to tell your friends about it. The feeling is beyond flavor. I encountered this feeling twice eating while I was high. The first was a fruity pebbles treat—fruity pebbles made like rice krispey's treats. Second was a double bacon quarter pounder with cheese meal at McDonald's.
  • Emma Paulini
    Published 3 months ago
    From Clucks to Ducks!

    From Clucks to Ducks!

    They were given to me in a cardboard box. Two of them. Ducks. Adorable beyond words. Now I have a plump of five... yes you read that correctly... I said plump!
  • Malvika Kapoor
    Published 3 months ago
    Various Finger-Licking International Cuisines for Your Lavish Wedding Buffet

    Various Finger-Licking International Cuisines for Your Lavish Wedding Buffet

    “Food is something that brings people together." Apart from grand venues, stunning décor, and large celebrations, Indian weddings are known for their food. It’s the main thing we take into consideration while planning a wedding. Good catering is an essential part of the wedding. People tend to judge weddings by their food.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 3 months ago
    Cheeseburger: One of America's Favorite Foods

    Cheeseburger: One of America's Favorite Foods

    National Cheeseburger Day is celebrated every year on September 18. No doubt, plenty of cheeseburgers will be eaten on that day when restaurants offer discounts on one of America's favorite foods. Even when the delicious sandwich is not discounted, the price is affordable and consumers end up eating them often.
  • Colleen Marlett
    Published 4 months ago
    The Best of the West

    The Best of the West

    There's a town that sits up the coast from Santa Barbara, CA, called Santa Maria. It's where I grew up. Known mostly for its agriculture and touted as a retirement community, there wasn't much to hold a young and restless girl here at the time of graduation... except family, friends, and the great tradition of Santa Maria Style BBQ.
  • Megan Sowards
    Published 4 months ago
    Trying the FODMAP Diet

    Trying the FODMAP Diet

    Society has made it hard for anyone with dietary issues to easily make the changes needed for them to manage their dietary problems, and to live a normal life. The FODMAP diet is a perfect example of this because of the fact that many of the foods on the list being acceptable are either too expensive, or too hard to find because of where they come from. It is hard for anyone to make a healthy change to their diet, because it is cheaper to find processed and unhealthy foods than it is to get healthy foods. I speak from personal experience.