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The Benefits of Nutrient-Dense Foods — reliv europe blog


By Reliv Key Director, Dawn Tucci. Do you ever find yourself at the end of the day and nothing nutritious has passed your lips? If you’re snacking on food without much nutritional value, you’re probably still hungry. The solution? Nutrient-dense foods! Let’s start by defining terms. What do we mean by “nutrient-dense?” Nutrient-dense foods have […]

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Simple Food And Nutrition Tips To Keep Your Body Healthy — The Nutrition Expert


Everywhere you look we see, read and hear information about nutrition. It is not enough just to eat. You must choose the right type and quality of food for optimum health. You have to provide the body with the vital nutrients needed for optimum performance. Use the tips below to better your own diet. If […]

Simple Food And Nutrition Tips To Keep Your Body Healthy — The Nutrition Expert

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Food Column – Carol Taylor – A – Z of Food – ‘E’ for Egg Plant, Escargot, Elephant Ears and many more Eezee recipes and foods — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine


Welcome to the series from Carol Taylor, the wonderful A – Z of Food and I am looking forward to expanding my knowledge of wonderful ingredients across the food groups, spices and herbs over the year. Welcome to my culinary tour of the alphabet it seems from the comments that you are enjoying it and […] … Continue reading Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Food Column – Carol Taylor – A – Z of Food – ‘E’ for Egg Plant, Escargot, Elephant Ears and many more Eezee recipes and foods — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

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Gaint Omelet Festival


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Every Easter, the Brotherhood of the Giant Omelette gathers, as they have for decades,
in Bessières, France, to crack more than 15,000 eggs, cook a giant omelette, and distribute
portions to thousands of observers who flock to the festivities.
According to a foundational story, Napoleon Bonaparte, while visiting the area, enjoyed
his eggs so much that he asked that a giant omelette be prepared for his troops. So now,
each Easter, the cooks don chef’s whites and toques. Wielding enormous wooden spoons
that look more like oars, they stir the eggs in a massive pan over an open fire in the town
square. The multi-day festival invariably includes dancing, music, or parades, but the
omelette-making is the main event.
The organization, which is also known as the Knights of the Giant Omelette, takes their
mission seriously: “to prepare and serve, free of charge and full of joy, a giant omelette.”
The first event, in the ’70s, used a few thousand eggs. It’s not only grown in egg count, but
leapt borders: Local chapters cook giant omelettes in six other cities, from neighboring
Fréjus, France, to Pigüé, Argentina.

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Bangkok Street Food


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Street food in Bangkok provides convenient, delicious and cheap meals and it’s one of the purest ways to get in touch with the local culture but can be a little intimidating for foreigners new to the city. That’s why we put together this guide to street food in Bangkok, covering what you can expect, where to find the best bites and some handy translations for when pointing and smiling isn’t sufficient.

What is Bangkok Street Food – What to Expect Bangkok

Street food comes in many guises. It might be a humble cart on the side of the road, it could be a collection of stalls in a local market or even a traditional shophouse that has tables spilling out onto the pavement. If you are worried about cleanliness our tip is to eat at busy places as the ingredients will be fresh. Often specialising in particular types of dishes, you should be able to work out the type of food a stall is selling by observing the ingredients and the way they’re being prepared. Vendors can be seen busily stir frying in an ancient wok, pounding papaya, grilling meat skewers or boiling noodles. Some speak basic English but it’s not guaranteed. To help you out, here’s a list of the most popular street food dishes with Thai translations:

– Papaya salad

– Fried Rice

– Noodles with shrimp

– Steamed chicken on rice

– Grilled chicken/pork skewers

– Sour Issan sausage

– Stir-fried pork with basil

– Fish barbecued in salt

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Where to Find Bangkok Street Food As we’ve said, street food is found all over Bangkok, but there are several hot spots where you will find an especially large amount of food to try. If you want a full-on street food adventure, these are the places to check out first:

Chinatown

Come nightfall, the premier street food haunt in Bangkok is Yaowarat – the main thoroughfare in Bangkok’s Chinatown. Barbequed seafood is particularly popular, with Lek & Rut and T & K restaurants set up on two sides of Thanon Phadung Dao (Soi Texas) doing a roaring trade. Don’t fill up at one place because to enjoy Bangkok Chinatown street food properly you should snack and move, just like the locals. It can be confusing at first but, with a sense of adventure, it can be a lot of fun. Popular offerings include dim sum, oyster omelettes, flat noodles in a pepper broth, roasted chestnuts, ice cream, fruits, and a host of Thai-Chinese desserts.

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Culinary Art India 2018 To Showcase Indian Chefs’ Skills In Delhi This Week — HungryForever Food Blog


The Indian Culinary Forum, Hospitality First, and India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) in association with the Indian Federation of Culinary Associations (IFCA) will be organizing the 13th Annual ‘Culinary Art India, 2018’ this week from March 13-17 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Culinary Art India’s main objective is to showcase and promote senior and apprentice […]

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chicken fried rice recipe | chinese fried rice | how to make chicken fried rice — Yummy Indian Kitchen – Indian Food Recipes


Chicken fried rice is an indo chinese version of fried rice where boneless chicken strips are added into the fried rice. Rice is fried and sauteed well and this is the perfect chicken fried rice recipe that is served in fast food centres and restaurants. Chicken fried rice is made in indian chinese version which…

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