The painting below shows four kinds of fritters that are sold by street vendors in the streets of Rotterdam. The three smaller ones are filled with apples, raisins and dried plums.
These apples were bought in a local market in Sardinia. They are called ‘limoni’ there, whereas in the rest of Italy they are called ‘arance amare’. They have a slightly bitter taste, but when you add some sugar to the filling this is not noticeable at all.
That’s the name of a restaurant in Sausalito, California. It’s also another dish invented by chef Chris Cosentino. His version of cioppino is seafood soup with fritter mix for dumplings. The painting shows the quality and the warm environment on how the food from the restaurant is served to the customers. The enriched background on the picture also adds to…
Champagne crawfish is a piece of art of nature. It’s a rare species of crawfish that lives only in the Northern Territory of Australia, more precisely on the Daly River. This species is considered extinct for several years now, but its wonderful bright color made it immortal. People are trying to reproduce the last existing “Champagne” crayfish by using eggs…
It is a very special wine. A true treasure of the world; but you will not hear this from me. You will hear it from Pierre Roulleau, owner and operator of Chateau de la Tour, in Bordeaux France. “It is the finest vintage I have ever produced,” he proclaims with gusto, “And is without question the finest in my memory.”…