Fusion cooking is essentially a mixing of food cultures and cuisines. It is about taking the best of two or more culinary disciplines and combining them to hopefully find a delicious hybrid of the two. This article explores the concept in greater detail and includes a number of recipe ideas.
A guide to some of the most reasonably priced local restaurants and bars around Porto, Portugal, based on our experiences whilst visiting the area.
This article discusses eight ways to use kitchen towels. Their versatility makes them indispensable for any kitchen. It also cautions the reader against using them in lieu of pot holders.
In addition to beef and pork, Filipinos also eat goat meat. The spicy stew on this page features goat meat, as well as vinegar and liver, which are both common ingredients in many Filipino main dishes.
Chicken inasal is the Filipino version of barbecued chicken. What makes this uniquely Filipino is the use of vinegar and annatto oil. It's one of the most flavorful grilled chicken recipes I've ever tried. I hope you enjoy it, too.
This recipe is inspired by memories of cooking with my mother. In my hometown, honeycomb cake was often served at teatime with a cup of coffee or tea. Let me show you how to make it.
A comprehensive guide that covers both the basics of Starbucks Frappuccinos and all of the components of blended coffee Frappucinos. The author is a Starbucks barista.
If you have mango trees, you'll know that at times you can have more than you know what to do with. Here are a few ideas to help you enjoy your bountiful harvest.
Traditional poutine consists of French fries, cheese curds, and a brown, flavourful gravy. It's a delicious meal that originated in the province of Quebec.
Sisig is a famous Kapampangan dish from the Philippines. The spicy and sour flavors make it a perfect beer-match appetizer, or pulutan.
Green peas are loaded with nutrients and are a very healthy food. There are many ways to prepare peas and many foods that are improved by their addition.
Hominy isn’t just corn with an attitude; it’s processed differently and gives us grits, masa, and so much more. Let’s learn its origins and how to use it in cooking and baking.
From tequila-based drinks to straight-up shooters and from fruity to spicy, this list is guaranteed to have something on it that you haven't yet tried. They're all very unique and will bring something special to the table each time. I dare you to try them all.
In Korea, it's kimchi; in Latin American, cortido; and in Europe (and for the ancestors who migrated to America), it is sauerkraut. Learn about this sour food that's powered by probiotics, how to make your own, and recipes that use it in imaginative ways.
Sugar parathas are a delicious childhood memory for many Indian people. Easy to make, this treat pairs well with fresh cream and hot tea for a healthy and filling snack. Recipe video included.
Easy-to-follow steps for making delicious elderflower champagne or nonalcoholic elderflower cordial. Just pick your blossoms and combine them with water, lemons, sugar and white wine vinegar. Safety instructions and handy tips for foolproof success are included.