The world of food and cooking – Part 4

Summary of September 2011 recipes

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Hello everyone,

We hope you all had a great summer break and now feel refreshed and ready for new culinary adventures. Usually with the arrival of September, autumn marks the transition from summer, but following harvest, seasonal food is at its peak. September and October are the two months to take advantage of the abundant

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How to avoid food poisoning hazards

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Having worked in many catering and hospitality establishments for almost 20 years now, I’ve always unintentionally compared home kitchens with professional ones, perhaps with subconscious intent to borrow whatever good practice I can. The inspiration for this post came from our previous one where we compare domestic kitchens with commercial kitchens (click here to read

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Quick trip inside a professional kitchen plus a preview of world’s best restaurants kitchens

Summary of August 2011 recipes

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It looks like we didn’t cook a lot during the hot days of August.But our discoveries this month will definitely stay with us for some time to come… By the way, we’ve already started our recipe collection for September, and we promise it’s going to be bigger and full of temptations.

Salmorejo

Prawn

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The fight for seafood

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We’ve said it many times in different posts and forewords to recipes: we love seafood! We adore everything coming from the sea – fish, clams, mussels, oysters, shrimps, prawns, lobsters, crayfish, crabs… you name it! And I often catch myself wondering: “Can I live on fish only?” The answer is, definitely yes. However the other

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