I’ve always been interested how some dishes got their names. Most of them are pretty obvious – Pasta Florentine, Wiener schnitzel or California roll, clearly named after the geographical place of origin. Others (and these by far have much more interesting stories) are named after people who invented them or influenced their creation.
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Restaurant Noma in Copenhagen
El Bulli has lost the top spot to Noma, a Nordic restaurant in Copenhagen which won the number one spot in S.Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards 2010.
Danish restaurant Noma, which was number three last year, has removed the Spain’s El Bulli from the first place of the Best
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Fancy a Google ice cream treat? Although it may seem obvious that people at Google would eat only this kind of food, it's not quite so.
Have you wondered what some of the smartest people on Earth eat? Burgers or foie gras? Are they food conscious or totally ignorant to what goes into their
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Those of you, who have been following my interest in what people from around the world eat, remember the Part One & Part Two of my post “World’s most unusual foods”, where I share with you my amusement from what I’ve seen when travelling, and also discovered through a research on the topic. The subject
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