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25/07/2016

Kosher food: how is it?

The kashrut is a series of laws regulating the Jewish religion preparation and consumption of food. The term kosher or casher thus defines the set of safe food, which exclude animals considered "impure" such as pork and shellfish, most of the insects, including some lobsters, mixtures of meat and milk...

Accepted animals must also be killed following a few defined...

17/06/2016

Chocolate and wine: 2 delicious desserts you can't resist

If your two passions are wine and chocolate, you're in luck! Today, we'll show you how to combine these delicacies in some dessert recipes with delicious wine.

French Gâteau with wine and chocolate

Ingredients:

6 egg-yellow 1 ½ cups of flour 1 tablespoon of baking powder ½ cup of unsweetened cocoa 1 cup of sweet white wine 1 tablespoon of...

23/05/2016

Great tips to pair your desserts like a pro

Combining your desserts with wine is one of the best options to highlight flavours and live the best sensual experience possible. Take note of these tips and spoil your guests with the most delicious combinations of dessert and wine to your guests at home or get the best out of your next restaurant visit.

Cakes: Sweet wines like Sauternes (Bordeaux) make for a...

11/05/2016

The 8 worst pairings in the world

There are pairings between wine and food you should avoid at all costs as they are carried as bad as cats and dogs. It is way better to learn how you should accompany your meals and get the best of your eating experience. In some cases a bad pairing can cause heartburnor and hangover, and in other cases it could completely spoil the taste of your dishes.

1. You should...

6/05/2016

The best pairings for smoked salmon

When we think of food pairing possibilities for salmon our first option's usually white wine or champagne. However, there are many other possible pairings for this tasty and soft fish. Whether wine, beer or spirits, there is a wide range of drinks: it is just a matter of putting aside traditions and try something new and different.

Wines Sancerre,...

21/03/2016

10 Foods you thought were bad for your health but aren’t

A few months ago, nutritionist and published author Sarah Flower revealed the truth regarding some foods that were thought as harmful to our health. However, she has redeemed them to show us that we can actually include these foods in our daily diets without any problems.

We have been taught that food like coffee, eggs, coconut oil and whole milk are bad for our health...

13/01/2016

Food markets in Madrid

Madrid stands out by its gastronomy in the form of food markets, some of them of great tradition and some new. In fact, in the city there are many markets, and it is difficult to choose those who deserve to be highlighted.

San Anton market is one of them, located in the square that bears its name, Anton Martín, in Chueca. It had some renovations and is noted for the...

30/10/2015

3 delicious Italian recipes

To end our Italian week, we want to share some Italian recipes we think you'll love. Of course, we have pasta, more lightly cooked, considering the time of year, but also an ossobuco dish that you'll enjoy anytime. Buon appetito!

Rabe broccoli Lasagna

Rabe broccoli is known as “rapini”; it is the main ingredient in this vegetarian lasagna and gives it a delicious...

6/02/2015

Are you prepared for an exceptional Valentine's day?

We don't really need a Valentine's day to say I love you or to drink a glass of good wine. But as Valentine's day is coming anyway, why shouldn't we enjoy a tempting wine or seduce with it or let us be seduced?

A glass of wine, a champagne or a well-prepared cocktail will guarantee that your night will be infinitely better. We would like to offer you some wines and some...