Iconic food and gustatory moments in history.
Chocolate: The Good, the Bad and the Bitter
It's pretty common knowledge that chocolate made its appearance among the Aztecs as a beverage for kings. The cacao beans, from which the beverage was derived, were highly valued and used as a form of currency. When Hernando Cortez, a ruthless conqueror, set his sights on the Aztec nation, he was introduced to the bitter drink by King Montezuma. Cortez proceeded to pillage their country and take over their lands, which included the cacao plant.
The “Success factors" of the world’s largest selling biscuit company
A brand born before its country emerged as an independent nation. How does it become the world’s largest biscuit-selling company?
Swiss Chicken Wings(瑞士雞翼)
Introduction Chicken wings are so popular in Hong Kong that they are commonly served in the Hong Kong restaurants. Many Hongkongers cook chicken wings with various cooking methods and serve them during various social gatherings and festivals such as Christmas, birthdays, dinner and parties.
The String to My Sindhi Heritage
“But why do we celebrate it?” I asked, frustrated that my parents couldn’t answer a simple question I had about Thadri, a cultural/religious celebration practiced in our family.
Unique McDonald's Menu Items From Around The World
McDonald's is easily the most recognizable and popular fast food worldwide. With over 38,000 locations, it's pretty safe to say that almost everyone on the planet has at least heard of or eaten at a McDonald's. But did you know that each country has their own unique menu items?
The World of Tea
Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world, and for a good reason. It's delicious, refreshing, and has a variety of health benefits. But where did tea come from? And how did it become so popular? This article will explore the history of tea and its journey to becoming one of the most consumed beverages on Earth. We will explore different types of tea, how to make it correctly, and why millions worldwide, mainly the British, are obsessed with tea.
The Best Place to Eat in Pampanga, Philippines
The Best Restaurant in Pampanga, Philippines: The Finest Capampangan Cuisine. It is believed that food gives the body the vitality it requires to continue breathing and being alive, to function and bundle up, and to build and repair tissues. There is more than enough food available to us since we live in a world of abundance.
Different ways to make homemade pizza healthy
Some people may consider the act of cooking and baking to be an unnecessary chore, making your pizza can be a fun way to make your favorite healthy food. This is especially true when you're trying to save money or eat healthier. One of the most common questions that I get asked is how you can make homemade pizza healthy.
Kargil Vijay Diwas: A Day to Remember the Martyrdom of Brave Soldiers
23rd Kargil Vijay Diwas India successfully took command of the high outposts on this date in 1999. The Kargil war lasted more than 60 days and ended on the 26th of July 1999. The Pakistani army took advantage of the melting snow and controlled the high outposts of India, betraying the bilateral agreement between the two countries to keep the post unattended over the winter.
Coffee and its oldest History
Do you love coffee? Millions of people across the globe can't start their day without a cup of coffee. But where did this drink come from and why do we love it so much?
The truth of vanilla
Poor dull Vanilla gets an awful rap. Its name has been railroaded into meaning boring or conventional or unexciting. Think vanilla. Think blah. Think bland. Think basic. That provenance was derived from a perverse misstep of vanilla ice-cream being labelled as plain ice-cream. But plain means popular — for a third of us — vanilla is our favourite ice-cream flavour with sexy, cool, hot-shot chocolate languishing a distant second.
Canola Oil vs. Vegetable Oil
The processing of vegetable oils began thousands of years ago, with the help of all the food supplies they had on hand to produce cooking oils. It all began when people learned to use fire and a makeshift oven to heat, oily plant products until the plant exuded oil that could then be extracted.