Tag: Gastronomy

Spanish Gastronomy.
Food

Spanish Gastronomy.

Spain enjoys a vastly diffuse and dramatic gastronomic heritage. Traditional Spanish cooking draws on European impressions from the north, Moorish influences from the south and, thanks to early explorers ingredients from the Americas and the Far East. Spanish food is existing and diverse. Contrary to most North Americans beliefs it […]

Gastronomy in Canada.
Food

Gastronomy in Canada.

During the last two decades, Toronto and Vancouver saw the opening of many first class restaurants owned and/or managed by young, well-trained and talented chefs. Quebec, particularly Montreal, has always enjoyed fine food with a French bend, but always avant-garde and imaginatively presented. In Quebec, the population spends more money […]

Gastronomy in Shanghai.
Food

Gastronomy in Shanghai.

Gastronomy in Shanghai China’s booming economy has had a very positive effect on high-end restaurants in major cities. Previously, restaurants in Beijing, Shanghai, Canton, and Xian served fine Chinese (mostly local) cuisine, and a few mediocre, at best, European wines. Today the situation is markedly different and much improved. In […]

Galicia’s Gastronomy is Unique.
Food

Galicia’s Gastronomy is Unique.

Galicia Spain is, by European standards, a big country with distinct regions inhabited by distinct people – Basques in the northeast, Galicians in the northwest, Catalans in southeast, mixed races in Andalusia and Castellans in the center. All of these people created unique cuisines using the food their environments provide. […]

Ticino’s Gastronomy.
Food

Ticino’s Gastronomy.

Ticino’s Gastronomy. Switzerland enjoys an excellent culinary reputation mainly because of its exacting standards, meticulous presentation, and correct service. Of the four regions (French, German, Italian and Romansch), the French part provides the best food and restaurants of the country, closely followed by the German speaking part. The Italian speaking […]

Gastronomy in Niagara Peninsula.
Travel

Gastronomy in Niagara Peninsula.

Niagara Peninsula The Niagara Peninsula wits its warm summers has long been the fruit basket of the country. The region covered with apple and pear orchards as well as thousands of hectares of stone fruits was once a prime producer of canned fruits. Today, with the large population of Toronto […]