about the variety of food and drinks around the world.
A spice with a warm and slightly heady piquant flavor; appears in curries, savory rice dishes or coffee in Indian and Middle East cuisines, found in pastries, buns or punch in Western cooking.
Buds of a Mediterranean shrub with an acid taste not, unlike that of goat's cheese. Used particularly in Mediterranean cuisines in sauces, salads, pizza, and fish.
German food is big in Iowa. There are also lots of pork and barbecue places where you can find delicious corn on the cob.
Subtle anise flavor with a hint of green tea, ideal for infusions and seasoning; used as anise or licorice flavoring.
English people will joke about their cuisine, or the lack of it, as the infamous meat and two vegs is still seen as the epitome of British cooking. That might be just a sample of the so called British humor or just they don’t know what they are cooking.
Meatloaf is an American classic; a comfort food for those who grew up on the frugal favorite. It has earned its spot on the menus of American housewives because it is a simple and relatively economical main dish.
Just like Christmas and Thanksgiving, Halloween is a time for making lots of yummy things to eat. But the recipes are a bit different from those other two traditional holidays. Here are a couple that trick-or-treaters will appreciate.
Planning a wine touring vacation could seem a little daunting to those that have never been on one before. Many websites, brochures and travel agents can sometimes give you very different information. And with a couple hundred wineries in The Central Coast of California, you might not be able to decide where to start.
Get the freshest beans; roast and grind at home, if possible; brew only what you are going to drink because it is best to drink coffee withing the hour.