Australian cuisine combined culinary tastes of East and West, ancient aboriginal traditions and recipes of immigrants from all over the world. Its capabilities extend from meat cakes and vegetarian sandwiches to kangaroo fillet with young shoots of sokolovici and fried onions, the newspaper “To the table of Muscovites”.
The flowering of Australian cuisine began quite recently – in the 90s of the last century. All largest cities of green continent has experienced the emergence of many new restaurants, designed in the spirit of “modern Australian cuisine”. The success of the local culinary arts was driven by two factors: first, the variety and uniqueness of dishes, secondly, cheapness.
Immigrants from all over the world have brought to Australia their culinary preferences, the cuisine not only United East and West, and brought their ancient traditions. The success turned out to be enormous. Andre Cointreau, the President of the Parisian “Le Cordon Bleu”, possibly the most prestigious culinary Institute, which has branches in London, new York, Tokyo and Sydney, believes that if a few decades years ago, France was the undoubted centre of world gastronomy, but now the centre – Australia.
“Australia is a place where developing a kitchen twenty-first century,” says Cointreau, believing that of culinary art of Australia will be a “classic cooking of tomorrow.” Continue reading
A real foodie ought to try the most exotic fruits . 5 exotic fruits that are sure to taste.
Rambutan is an exotic fruit, fruit growing on a tropical tree in Southeast Asia. Rambutan is a small fruit, the size of a walnut, growing in clusters of 30 pieces. These are round balls with an elastic skin of red or yellow, covered with fine hairs with a length of 4-5 cm In the food consumed the flesh of the rambutan, covering the bone. This is a sweet transparent white gelatinous mass, very tender and pleasant to the taste.
This fruit is grown in India, in Thailand and in Eastern Asia. In food use flowers, young leaves and fruits of jackfruit. For example, young leaves are added raw to a salad, the flowers are blanched and added to sauces. It is the largest edible fruit in the world, reaching lengths of up to 90 cm and width up to 30 cm Its thick skin is covered with numerous cone-shaped protrusions. Inside the fruit is divided into shares, which contain a sweet yellow pulp. To taste the flesh of the jackfruit is very reminiscent of banana and pineapple. Continue reading
Yes, today we will prepare the most exotic dish in the Philippines! And do not care that today is Wednesday and not our favorite cooking day is Friday. Always want to eat, including the media, agree.
To be exact, to cook it will not “we” (we are an international team of “helpers” and races….s) be prepared to be my maid, a good friend of mine, a native of Luson, my incomparable and charming Angela. So today’s recipe and the dish is completely performed by Angela. Welcome!
The name of the dish, and the finished product will be in the final post. So, today we will show you something that you at least will surprise you, my dear readers 🙂 and many, I fear, irreversible and continuous salivation, which can lead to dehydration. I warn you, if you are weak by nature, and culinary themes are dire effect on your nervous and digestive system, by the end of this post you can get to the hospital. So the rule is: not confident, a cat don’t go! And everyone who is brave, who is not afraid to lose a liter of saliva, who wants to see and wonder what can Filipino women, they go under the cut and enjoy. Continue reading