» FORK & CORK
Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Deep purple is its color. It is often likened to dark velvet. Not that it is fuzzy.
Barbed bulbs of taste, they are… Spiny, spiky, threatening outside; succulent honey-like flesh inside…
Throat Scratcher and Bull’s Eye… Not exactly the ideal words to provoke one’s appetite to a new culinary experience
The fig has to be the first fruit ever. Don’t say that it was the apple, referring to the incontestable Adam and Eve story, and even if the seductive fruit was the apple, it was fig leaves the couple used to clad the crucial areas of their bodies
To follow the track is almost impossible! It is 37 chefs at 37 restaurants from around the world, plus the 37 ambassadors in each restaurant, not to mention the kitchen teams and families of all chefs affected by the greatest, crazy game ever, namely “The Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle,” an experience of a lifetime.
Time to admit, I have a fondness for gin and tonic, or maybe just gin with a dash of vermouth.
Stardom does not come easily in the culinary world. Endless shifts on the kitchen counter, chopping and cutting all day long, toiling over the stove for hours, aching feet, cuts and bruises, not to mention deep burn scars, are all part of it.
Leros is quiet and tranquil. The little seaside cafes are not crowded; there is a fresh breeze
He remembers fondly their trip to Rome and talks about how it all got started. It must have been sometime around 1975.
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