Category: Food Facts

Jun 11

More Gnocchi Please! Italian Food, Facts & Fun

With roots dating back to the Roman Empire, it is no wonder why Italian cuisine is highly desirable around the world. Today, Italian influenced restaurants are commonplace in cities such as New York, Moscow and Beijing. The foundation of Italian cuisine dates back to the fourth century B.C., where ancient Greek, Arabic, Byzantine and Etruscan …

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Mar 29

Fabulous French Cuisine & How it Has Shaped the Culinary World

French cuisine, one of the world’s most exquisite and detailed styles of cooking, has a long history of culinary innovation and regional pride. The formal system of French cuisine can be traced to the sixteenth century, when Catherina de Medici married into the French royal family. The Italian princess brought her cooking staff to Paris, …

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Dec 29

Curry, Nan, Kebabs & More – The All About Indian Cuisine Post!

Indian cuisine is a fascinating regional food culture to say the least. With influences coming from the ancient spice route, colonial Britain and Hindu beliefs, the subcontinent of India produces some of the most flavorful dishes of all global cuisines. Humans have occupied the region known as modern day India for over 5,000 years. Because …

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Jun 20

From Dumplings to Wontons it’s All About Chinese Cuisine!

Chinese cuisine is not only a type of food found within mainland China, but nearly every global culture has adapted this cuisine to their local food preferences. From Paris to Sydney, you will find Chinese cuisine in virtually every neighborhood, merging Chinese cooking techniques with local ingredients. As with the history of China, the cuisine …

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Jun 16

The Spicy & Enticing World of Mexican Cuisine!

Mexican cuisine, known for its bold tastes and attractive colors, is a regional cuisine with both modern and ancient traditions. While many world cultures lacked ingredients commonly used today due to the unknown New World, Mexican cuisine has a rich tradition when it comes to using modern food staples such as corn and tomatoes. Since …

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