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October 1, 2019
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History of the Tarte Tatin
Clément Babinet recalls, from Luccullus, the French Gastronomic Association in Argentina, a legendary dessert that was created by the Tatin sisters in their famous restaurant in Lameute-Beuvron, a small town in central France, at the end of the 19th century.
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September 17, 2019
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Flavors of India: Garam Masala
Garam Masala is a mixture of spices characteristic of Indian cuisine, although it is also used in other Asian countries. Its flavor does not stand out for being excessively spicy and It´s an ingredient widely used in diverse dishes like meats, vegetables, legumes or in stews.
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September 10, 2019
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Uncover the flavors of Peru’s gastronomy
Peruvian gastronomy offers creativity, technique, quality, product and history. Core values ​​for all food lovers. If we add to this the enormous variety of landscapes of the country and the extraordinary historical culture it offers, we have a winning recipe.
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September 9, 2019
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Traditional Suckling Pig from Tolima
In the Andean region of Colombia, is the department of Tolima where you can discover a classic dish that has conquered the rest of the country with its exquisite flavor and has become one of the most popular traditional dishes of Colombian gastronomy.
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September 5, 2019
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Madrid debuts its first co-op supermarket
It will be the first in the region and one of the first in Spain, where customers will also be partners in a business that seeks to offer a "sustainable" alternative from an environmental and economic point of view to traditional supermarkets.
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January 28, 2019
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A fusion of Flavors: Escabeche de Pescado
The well-known Peruvian dish Escabeche de Pescado represents a fusion of world cuisines as it does not originate in Peru, it was brought by the Spaniards in the times of conquest.
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January 23, 2019
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The Classic Rice Pudding Re-invented
Surely, you’re heard and most likely tasted the classic Arroz con Leche (rice pudding), a dessert of European origin. Well, Arroz Zambito is the Peruvian version of that traditional dessert. It is a dish typical of Afro-Peruvian pastries.
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January 22, 2019
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Colombian Snapper
here are some remarkable dishes from the Colombian coast such as rice with coconut, a sweet combination that charms everyone who tries it. However, It must be served with its faithful companion, Fried Snapper.
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January 10, 2019
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A Deep-rooted Passion for Gastronomy: A conversation with Chef Elsa Viana
European-trained Chef Elsa Viana, born in Angola, shares how her passion for gastronomy propelled her to switch careers and venture to Paris, where she pursued a High Gastronomy training in the world-renowned culinary institute, “Lenôtre”. Soon thereafter, she returned to her motherland of Angola, where she spent sever...
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December 14, 2018
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Two Mexican Classics – The Chelada & Michelada
The Chelada and Michelada are two classic Mexican beverages, but do we know the difference between them? From Pikio Taco, a taqueria located in the heart of Gracia in Barcelona, they give us the keys to discover it.
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