NATIONAL HERBS AND SPICES DAY — Crooked Bear Creek Organic Herbs

Celebrating flavor each year on June 10th, National Herbs and Spices Day recognizes the diversity and quality offered by using both fresh and dried herbs and spices in your cooking. All year long, herbs and spices are essential to cooking. But as the summer heats up, developing a knack for cooking with fresh herbs will […]…

Are These London’s Prettiest Biscuit Shops? Biscuiteers Icing Cafés —

You may well have seen Biscuiteers’ Icing Café’s striped black and white awnings plastered across your Instagram feed, and for very good reason, these sweet little biscuit shops in Notting Hill and Battersea bring a touch of nostalgic sweetness to the UK high street. Founded by Harriet Hastings and her husband Stevie Congron in 2007,… via…

Zapotec chef Abigail Mendoza Ruiz keeping the culinary techniques and traditions of Ancient Mexico alive — Life & Soul Magazine

Zapotec chef Abigail Mendoza Ruiz has become well-known for her indigenous Oaxacan cuisine made using ancient techniques from recipes passed down through the generations. Mexico’s Zapotecs are an indigenous community living in Oaxaca, Mexico. Before Spanish colonisation, Zapotecan civilisation was a thriving epicentre of food, culture and tradition. At Abigail Mendoza Ruiz’s Oaxaca-based restaurant, Tlamanalli, […]…

Goat cheese — Le Drake Noir

Manic monday or something like. Goats, lots of goats, going home from the field for milking. Savoie on the edge of the french Alps is known for cheese, especially goat cheese. Goats are a very curious animal and not afraid to explore. So the girl must run because a goat has seen an open door. […]…

Eat: Italian Olive Oil and Lemon Cake with Flowering Rosemary —

Dreaming of an Italian holiday enjoying La Dolce Vita? Try this delicious cake recipe which will transport you to the cliffs of the stunning Amalfi Coast with its fragrant lemons, wild rosemary and local olive oil. Ingredients 4 eggs 1 cup of sugar 2 Lemons, juiced 1 teaspoon of lemon zest 1/2 a cup of… via…

Leave It To Botanists To Turn Cooking Into A Science Lesson — News : NPR

Why do artichokes look so strange? What makes okra so slimy – and how can science help you turn that attribute into a taste sensation? Two botanists take plant science into the kitchen.(Image credit: Mary Mathis/NPR) via Leave It To Botanists To Turn Cooking Into A Science Lesson — News : NPR