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  • Celebrate Halloween with originality and skills ! Surpise your little ones with unexpected delicious treasures ! Invite them to participate, they will love it !

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  •   The simple mention of the word “truffle” and your mind immediately associates it with rustic images from the Périgord countryside in the southwest region of France and the renowned odorous white truffle aroma of Alba, in the Piedmont region in Italy. Since the Greeks and Romans times these mysterious fascinating fungi have been used in Europe as delicacies, aphrodisiacs, and/or medicines.   It ...

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  •   Mineral water comes from underground natural sources and does not receive any chemical treatment before bottling. Drinking mineral water is a basic fundamental necessity for a healthy body and a healthy life.   60% of our body mass is formed with water so it represents a vital function for our body. The water enters in the composition of tissues and organs. It allows nutrient, mineral and vitam...

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  •     Smoked salmon is associated with a luxury Scottish delicacy highly appreciated for its soft and tender taste with subtle iodine and marine notes. It is a healthy product, beneficial for the cardio-vascular health. However, the agribusiness has greatly damaged the original taste, quality and image of the authentic smoked salmon from Scotland.    Why is smoked salmon Scottish origin so important...

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  •     Today, chicken is the most consumed meat in the world, but free-range chicken is considered as a delicacy compared to the quality of basic chicken.   The agricultural industry has developed intensive methods to breed chickens massively, in close confined arrangement of rows and columns of identical cages connected together sharing a poor quality diet. Despite the total lack of respect of the ...

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  •   Mozzarella is a semi-soft cheese from fresh cow’s or buffalo’s milk, pressed paste, spun, cooled without any crust made. It weights between 100 grams and one kilo. Its texture is tender and creamy with a mild flavor of milk. This Italian cheese is low fat, rich in proteins and calcium.   Originally, this white ball dough spun comes from Southern Italy, specifically originated from the Campania’...

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  •   France is a country which can count between three hundred and fifty to four hundred different types of cheeses. We can divide those into separated families, either based on the milk origin (cow, goat, sheep) or more often classified according to the firmness and hardness of their crust. Soft cheese, rind, pressed cheese, uncooked hard cheese etc…   What is french cheese all about?    French che...

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  •     The simple mention of the word “truffle” and your mind immediately associates it with rustic images from the Périgord countryside in the southwest region of France and the renowned odorous white truffle aroma of Alba, in the Piedmont region in Italy. Since the Greeks and Romans times these mysterious fascinating fungi have been used in Europe as delicacies, aphrodisiacs, and/or medicines.   I...

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  •   Foie gras is a French gastronomic delicacy made of the liver of a duck or goose that has been specially fattened. Its flavor can be described as rich, buttery, and delicate, unlike that of an ordinary duck or goose liver.   Its making is an ancestral production savoir-faire transmitted from generation to generation.  Its origins were discovered in Egypt more than 4500 years back on a mural of a...

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  •   Etymologically, a hamper used to be a set filled with related products such as food or cutlery. Because of its compact and light shape, the hamper used to be easy to carry food for long journey or for hunt party picnics. Most commonly, hamper is a wicker basket filled with a delicate selection of food products to be offered as gift.     The hamper is a master gift    A hamper is an enduring ple...

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  •   Montaigne used to compare the oyster taste with violets, others would describe it more prosaically as a salty flavour with a hint of iodine, a lingering taste on the palate with round and sweet undertones.   Oysters can either make some people ecstatic while others can’t even stand their sight, but what is so polarizing about this delicacy?   Oysters are bivalve molluscs living in marine or bra...

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Organic food

  •     Some people may think that organic food is a new marketing trend. In fact, the organic farming movement arose in the 1940s in response to the industrialization of agriculture. Before, the development of the agricultural business and the developments of the pesticides and chemical fertilizers related to the productivity of this industry, all the food productions were organic. Although more and...

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  •   Caviar, a declaration of love of pure taste   Caviaris more than a luxurious indulgence for festive celebrations: the eggs of the sturgeon are a declaration of love of pure taste. Today, caviar can be enjoyed without feeling guilty as most of the caviar offer in the world is a farm-caviar offer as it now hardly possible to get wild caviar from Caspian sea.   Traditionally, caviar refers to a de...

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  •   How can a wine storage be known as the Rolls-Royce of the wine cabinets ?   For 38 years, ever since 1976, EuroCave has set the worldwide standards of storage cabinets and reached a worldwide fame for the high quality of its storage solutions. Whether it is for “Grand Crus”, finely aged cheese or high quality cigars, EuroCave has a solution to keep and store your precious collection. Conceived ...

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  •     This "caviar beef" can be eaten raw with a spoon as the meat is so tender...   Meat lovers all around the world will indubitably agree with us : wagyu beef is the best kind of beef there is. Also referred to as « Kobe beef », this meat is very special because the cattle it comes from is raised in a very particular way. It gives the exclusive aliment a unique marbling and incredible taste. The ...

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  •   Imagine a harmonious combination of velvety ice cream wrapped in a sweetened rice morsel, resulting in a delectable bite-sized...  Originally, mochi is a Japanese confection made of glutinous rice and traditionally eaten during the Japanese New Year. Mochi ice cream is a small ice cream ball wrapped with a soft rice paste skin on the outside. It is then dusted with corn starch. One of the origi...

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  • The secret to get an excellent bresaola is to dry-cure the meat in a very specific natural environment where the balance between temperature and air circulation is optimized. That’s why bresaola della Valtellina (valley located in Lombardy in Northern Italy) carry the IGP label as a sign of recognition of its unique quality. Fresh winds from the Alps create the best conditions for gradual maturati...

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  • How to make gratinated oysters with parmesan? Preparation time: 30 minutes Cooking time: 15 minutes  Ingredients (for 6 persons) :  - 36 oysters N3 Fines de Claire - 20cl of thick cream for cooking - 1 shallot finely chopped - 1 garlic dehydrated or finely chopped - 20 cl of white wine - shredded parmesan reggiano    Method: Open the oysters and catch-up the oyster water. Pre heat your oven at...

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  •   Making your chocolate fondant   Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 30 minutes Ingredients : 100g of dark chocolate Weiss 100g of half salted butter Lescure 50g of plain flour for pastry 150g of caster sugar 3 eggs Method: First, preheat your oven to 180 C / Th 6.   Grease and line a silicone rectangular cake dish.  Heat the chocolate and butter together in “bain marie”, (put the choco...

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  •   Ingredients for 4 portions   800 g   potatoes 1   vacherin Mont-d’Or d’env. 600 g in original box 1   aluminium sheet 1 dl   apple juice or grape juice or white wine     black pepper     dry thyme   Method   Cook the potatoes without peeling them off. Wrap the bottom of the vacherin in a double folded aluminium sheet. Preheat the oven at 180 °C.Pour the 1dl liquid on ...

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  •   We, all, feel like eating light and fresh when temperatures are high. Try this pure Scottish salmon tartare recipe made with the best part of salmon.    Ingredients: 400g Scottish salmon fillet (kinglas) 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar orange label 1 tbsp extra virgin olive 1 lime juice 1/2 lemon juice A small bunch of chives    Method: Cut the salmon fillet into slices, then cut the slices into ...

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  • Honey, the purest nectar from Mother Nature   Pure nectar of nature, honey is far more than just a natural sweetener, it has so many natural and health benefits that it is also considered as a talisman and a symbol in many cultures.       Harvested all around the world since the most ancient times, honey offers an infinite array of flavors, colors and textures. This is all due to the magical wor...

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  •   One of the most ancient beverages, tea remains the king of beverages. Heavily consumed around the world, tea is far more than just an aromatic drink.   Its different varieties, virtues, origins, tastes and usages are so numerous that we could write an encyclopedia just about tea. However, tea lovers will recognize that the first important step is to understand the main common classifications : ...

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  •   Growing almost exclusively in the heights of Andes, quinoa was unknown by the general public during very long time although it was one of two main ingredients of the Inca dynasties. In 2013, the United Nation (UN) declared the year of quinoa as a way to recognize its nutritional, ecological, and economic virtues of the super grain.   Probably, one of the reasons why the Southern American seed re...

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  • You may be a meat lover who enjoys a nice piece of wagyu beef with just a pinch of "fleur de sel"... Try the chimichurri sauce, it is one of my favorite sauces as it is light, fresh without overwhelming the taste of the meat.       Chimichurri sauce   Ingredients: 1 bunch of flat parsley 1 bunch of coriander 1/2 bunch of mint 1/2 garlic glove 1 pinch of Espelette chilli pepper 1 tbsp of balsami...

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  •   What is "burrata" all about ?   Burrata, ‘buttered’ in Italian, is a fresh artisanal cheese from Puglia, produced from Italian cow or buffalo milk, rennet and cream. At first glance, burrata resembles a ball of mozzarella. But upon further scrutiny, it is neither mozzarella nor buffalo mozzarella. Burrata is its own thing entirely. The outer shell is solid mozzarella while the inside contains b...

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  •     Wine storage in modern housing     In modern society where most people live in apartments or villas with absence of cellar, wine storage can be a problem. Where to store the bottles making sure they will be at the right serving temperature?  How to ensure your precious beverages can be kept and aged in the conditions they deserve?   For 38 years, ever since 1976, EuroCave has set the worldwid...

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