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A.NZ.SA. 2014 – Awards ceremony

At William Blue Dining on December 1st 2014 took place the awards presentation of the 3rd Southern Hemisphere Championship A.NZ.SA. Award 2014. Here the complete list of winners

Herbs, discovering taste

When men were even more like monkeys, fire and salt were used to make food tastier and longer lasting. And only then did they start to stand out from the animals. But culinary taste probably had to wait for the discovery of herbs and spices, paying the price of stomach ache. A common long-ago origin, perhaps dating back to the beginning of trade between wooded and lagoon areas
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101 Things to do With Olive Oil – The Passionate Olive

How much do you really know about olive oil? Carol Firenze always knew there was something very special about the glistening liquid her Italian grandmothers used for cooking. Her earliest recollections are of the scent of olive oil sautéing with fresh herbs.

Italian cured raw ham – Healthy living

Salting is a crucial phase in the process because the amount of salt used has to guarantee both an adequate preservation (by inactivating or delaying any microbial growth) and a pleasant flavour. The salt must also penetrate the mass of muscle as evenly as possible.

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