Food

Seaweed
Food

Seaweed –The Trendy Flavouring Agent

High in nutrients, low in calories, and packed with flavour, seaweed has been used for millennia in Far Eastern countries. Japanese adore seaweed, and people of Okinawa, who eat a lot of it, enjoy the longest lives of all in the country. Three seas surround Canada, the second largest country […]

Horseradish
Food

Horseradish – will add a little bite to your food

Few people buy fresh horseradish from grocery stores. Actually, very few grocery stress carry fresh horseradish in their produce departments, as most consumers prefer buying prepared horseradish. This “sharp” root vegetable, famous for its sinus clearing and eye watering characteristics has been cultivated for at least three millennia. When the […]

Vegetables for Good Health
Food

Vegetables for Good Health

Much is written about health-promoting diet, yet there are still millions of North Americans who are diehard carnivores. Scientists have determined that vegetables ought to constitute a predominant part of the human diet. It is claimed that 70 per cent of arable land is devoted to raising animals. North American […]

Garlic
Food

Garlic

Garlic is truly global product, found in kitchens throughout the world. Yet it has a “complicated” reputation of being “stinky”, but garlic keeps blood “fluid” preventing blood clods. It has an especially important role in the cultures of southern Europe and the Mediterranean basin. The cultivation of garlic follows closely […]

Italian food experience
Food

A memorable and imaginative Italian food experience

Italy is a small country with a large population. Although small, the country produces a lot of foods, and some such as parmegiano reggiano, taleggio, a range of fruits and vegetables, risotto rice (aroborio, carnaroli, vialone nano), wines, processed meats (mortadella, Bologna, prosciutto di Parma, prosciutto di San Daniele, bresaola […]

Lobster
Food Recipes

Lobster – A Luxury Food?

Canada is blessed with an abundant supply of lobster. In the Atlantic provinces of the country in the 1950’s, school kinds would eat lobster sandwiches for lunch – until Europeans trapped all the lobsters in the North Sea, then started importing from Canada. In fact, in December of every year, […]