Culinary Use of FennelCulinary Use of Fennel
27 Apr.
In culinary traditions, its seeds and leaves are the parts that are used. It thrives in warm, humid climates, thereby enjoying popularity in Mediterranean cuisine....
Culinary Use of ProsciuttoCulinary Use of Prosciutto
22 Jan.
In Italian culinary tradition, this type of ham is most commonly used in the preparation of appetizers and antipasti. It is not heat treated, otherwise its taste properties change....
Culinary Use of PistachiosCulinary Use of Pistachios
12 Jan.
Pistachios grow in small, bushy trees. Many years ago the pistachio was cultivated in Asia, after which it spread to the Mediterranean, Australia and California. Pistachio trees bear walnut-like fruits which...
Culinary Use of TrufflesCulinary Use of Truffles
05 Jan.
The scent of these prized fungi creates genuine culinary masterpieces....
Culinary Use of ProvoloneCulinary Use of Provolone
17 Dec.
Provolone is an Italian cheese offered in various shapes - as a pita, cylinder or block. It is soft and very pleasant to the taste. There are 2 types of this cheese - provolone Dolce, which is sweeter, and provolone...
Culinary Use of CassavaCulinary Use of Cassava
12 Dec.
Cassava is an evergreen shrub, whose rich in starch roots, that look like large, long potatoes, people have used for cooking for millennia. Initially, cassava only grew in North and South America, later they...
Culinary Use of SpeltCulinary Use of Spelt
09 Dec.
In the culinary arts, they also use boiled spelt. Potatoes and rice can be substituted with it in main courses. A little-known fact is that besides eating, spelt can also be drunk instead of coffee....
Culinary Use of CamembertCulinary Use of Camembert
18 Nov.
Camembert is a soft and creamy French cheese that is covered with a fine layer of beneficial white mold. Camembert is often confused with brie. They differ in that Camembert contains more fat, making it have a more...
Culinary Use of CaciocavalloCulinary Use of Caciocavallo
30 Oct.
Caciocavallo cheese comes from Italy. It is most widespread in the Basilicata region and the island of Sardinia. It is made from sheep's, goat's or cow's milk. It is a semi-hard cheese. Translated from Italian, caciocavallo...
Culinary Use of MarzipanCulinary Use of Marzipan
14 Oct.
Marzipan is one of the oldest treats. However, for years there has been a predominant notion that marzipan is that strange imitator of chocolate, with a not-so-pleasant taste, but rather low cost. This is a huge misconception...
Culinary Use of StiltonCulinary Use of Stilton
23 Sept.
If crumbled and added to cream soups, Stilton cheese transforms them into exquisite culinary masterpieces. Adding it to soups gives them a thicker and more velvety consistency....
Culinary Use of EmmentalCulinary Use of Emmental
01 Sept.
It is the basis of the national Swiss culinary temptation - Swiss cheese fondue. The aristocratic Emmental cheese has a saturated flavor, slightly sweet taste and many holes....
Culinary Use of HyssopCulinary Use of Hyssop
18 Mar.
In the culinary arts, hyssop has had the tendency to be used in combination with other spices such as dill, parsley, oregano, basil and marjoram. Anyone can grow hyssop if they desire to....
Culinary Use of LemongrassCulinary Use of Lemongrass
05 Mar.
Lemongrass is also known as citronella grass. It has a distinct and fresh lemon flavor and over 50 varieties. It is widespread throughout the tropics and temperate zones. A perennial herb, it has long and sharp leaves...
Culinary Use of Rice VinegarCulinary Use of Rice Vinegar
12 May
There are several types of vinegar, we can divide them into cider, wine, balsamic, rice. Most frequently used are apple cider and balsamic vinegar. For rice vinegar, many folks do not know enough, and maybe that's why...