Humanity topics include pieces on the real lives of chefs, professionals, amateurs, inspiring youth, influencers, and general feel good human stories in the Feast food sphere.
Environmental Leadership and "Squashed Fly" Biscuits
I offer neither pay, nor quarters, nor provisions; I offer hunger, thirst, forced marches, battles and death. Extract Wikiquote. From G.M. Treelyan, Garibaldi's Defense of the Roman Republic (1907-1911)
Cooking Up Love with These Romantic Dinner Recipes
This article provides a comprehensive guide on cooking romantic dinners for your partner, including recipes, cooking instructions, tips for setting the atmosphere, wine pairing suggestions, dessert ideas, and successful cooking date tips.
Easy Recipes and Tips for Non-Cooks
A curated collection of simple recipes designed to boost confidence and inspire non-cooks to explore the world of cooking. Introduction to Easy Recipes for Non-Cooks
Exploring the Diverse Flavors of Indian Cuisine
Indian food culture is a vibrant tapestry woven from a myriad of flavors, ingredients, and cooking techniques. It is a reflection of India's rich history, diverse geography, and cultural heritage. From the snowy peaks of the Himalayas to the sun-kissed shores of Kerala, each region boasts its own distinctive culinary traditions, offering a tantalizing array of dishes that delight the senses and nourish the soul.
A grandmother made a pasta fiest
In the heart of a quaint Italian village nestled among rolling hills and vineyards, lived a beloved grandmother named Nonna Lucia. Nonna Lucia was renowned throughout the village for her warm heart, radiant smile, and exceptional culinary skills, especially when it came to making pasta.
- Top Story - February 2024
Misappropriation and Culinary Creativity for a Lunar New Year
Tomorrow, 10th February 2024, marks the start of the new Lunar Year, and I wanted to create a recipe to mark the occasion. However, I have a fear that in my rush to "try new things" what I am actually doing is rather clumsily... God forbid, carelessly misappropriating a culture.
Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Traditional South African Cuisine
South Africa, a land of diverse cultures and breathtaking landscapes, boasts a culinary tradition as vibrant and varied as its people. Steeped in history and influenced by centuries of indigenous, European, and Asian flavors, traditional South African cuisine is a true reflection of the nation's multicultural heritage. From hearty stews to savory meats and flavorful sides, let's embark on a journey to discover the unique and mouthwatering dishes that define South African cooking.
Speedy Nervous Impulses:the Mysteries of Neural Communication
Embark on a journey through our nervous system and discover how electrical impulses race through our neurons, facilitating rapid communication. Dive into the fascinating world of neural transmission in this insightful article.
National Fasting February is a month-long event to celebrate the benefits of intermittent fasting on your metabolism. Intermittent fasting is when you cycle between fasting and non-fasting periods of time. These prolonged lapses in eating encourage your body to burn more fat after it has used up all the calories from your last meal. It is known to improve blood pressure, brain health, and a resting heart rate, as well as increase the growth of new nerve cells, reduce inflammation, and lower blood sugar levels just to name a few perks from it. Here are some beginner tips on how to fast properly so that you can enjoy the many benefits it offers.
Tortillas and the Limitations of Artificial Intelligence
Unusually, I am starting with a recipe, a basic staple, a ubiquitous bread, of which there are variations that stretch across continents and reach back through countless generations.
The Opulence of Kopi Luwak: A Symbol of Luxury in America's Coffee Culture
The production process of Kopi Luwak is as fascinating as the coffee itself. It begins with the Asian palm civet, which selects and consumes the ripest coffee cherries. The magic happens in the civet's digestive tract, where a natural fermentation process occurs. Enzymes in the civet's stomach break down proteins in the beans, reducing acidity and imparting a distinct flavor profile that is rich, with subtle notes of caramel and chocolate.
Disease X: What Is It? How Researchers Are Geared Up for The Next Epidemic
That seems like something that Elon Musk created: "Disease X." The phrase was actually first used many years ago to encourage researchers to focus on developing medicinal defences against novel coronaviruses, such as the virus that causes Covid-19, rather than merely well-known ones, such the Ebola virus. The goal was to promote the creation of platform technologies—such as medication therapies, vaccinations, and diagnostic tests—that could be quickly adjusted and implemented in the event of a variety of future outbreaks that have the potential to become epidemics or pandemics.