Month: August 2011

A Cheese Primer.
Food

A Cheese Primer.

A Cheese Primer. Cheese is an important, nutritious food, providing millions of people gustatory pleasures, and hundreds of thousands with gainful employment. Countries with suitable climate and enough pastureland produce enormous quantities of cheese. Mediterranean, most European, North American, Oceanian and a few South American countries produce considerable amounts. In […]

Apple.
Food Recipes

Apple.

Apple Apple is one of the most widely cultivated fruits in the world. Researchers established that this worldwide famous fruit originated in western Asia approximately 7500 years ago. Today, in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Xinjang, China, wild apple trees grow and bear fruit which taste much different to those that […]

Veal.
Food

Veal.

Veal French, Italians, Germans, and Austrians are very fond of veal. They consume veal more frequently than beef, especially people on diets, or those concerned about their diets. Veal is the meat of young, mostly male cattle. It is rich in protein (25 per cent), and lean (5 per cent […]

Smoking, Salting and Sundrying – Old Methods of Food Preservation.
Food

Smoking, Salting and Sundrying – Old Methods of Food Preservation.

Smoking, Salting and Sundrying Before refrigeration and later on when freezing were invented, smoking, salting, prickling, and sun drying preserved food. In sunny countries the preferred and logical method was drying. In salt-rich regions necessity dictated the use of this excellent preservative, and in northern countries lacking sunshine, housewives had […]

Food for a Healthy Body.
Food

Food for a Healthy Body.

Food for a Healthy Body Mainstream North American dietary habits restrict vitamin, mineral and fibre consumption, leading to many undesirable symptoms and health problems. Health experts recommend a daily intake of 25 – 40 grams of fibre for a healthy body. The average North American consumes only 10 grams most […]

Myths of Fine Dining.
Food

Myths of Fine Dining.

Myths of Fine Dining Mythology is wide spread in gastronomy, as long as you believe only stories that are correct. Gourmets, or should I say, wannabees, sniff corks to assess the quality of wine they ordered, think the rind of Camembert cheese is inedible, that all Port wines must be […]

Entrepreneurship.
Hotel Professionals

Entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship As a result of economic and social system restructuring, the international business environment has gone through a period of significant change starting 1980’s. The process is still evolving according to prevailing economic conditions. New organizational forms, innovative compensation schemes, and even new business formation techniques have been tried. Some […]