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Apples, Oranges and Angels in the Age of Exploration

Apples, Oranges and Angels in the Age of Exploration

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, so they say. Such simple logic must have reason for being so widely known, so well known in fact, that no-one claims to know who started it. Easy rhyme made last forever but if truth were known, it’s oranges and angels that protect us. Oranges are so […]

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Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe

Every year about this time (after Christmas holidays) I go searching online for the Cabbage Soup Diet Recipe. This year it’s not to lose weight but rather to cleanse my body, as I did indulge in anything delicious offered over the month of December and now it’s time for a cleanse. Travel is in the […]

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Hawaiian Spirulina

Hawaiian Spirulina, MCT Oil and Ormus for Optimum Health

It has never been so important to obtain optimum health and fitness, recently I gave up meat and made key changes in my diet. Hawaiian Spirulina, MCT Oil and Ormus have now become my go-to daily regime, and always evangelizing super-foods, these are three of the best. Pure Hawaiian Spirulina powder is so fabulous that […]

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Optimum Nutrition Survival Food

I never wanted to write about prepping, which was a bigger trend a few years ago than it is now but it’s one of those topics I need to research to learn for my own curiosity. My favourite survival food is muesli but you can’t live on granola alone. Actually glad that I hadn’t invested […]

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A Jacques Lameloise (a three-star Michelin Guide chef) nouvelle cuisine presentation

Escoffier, César Ritz and the Savoy

Georges Auguste Escoffier (French: 28 October 1846 – 12 February 1935) was a French chef, restaurateur and culinary writer who popularized and updated traditional French cooking methods. Much of Escoffier’s technique was based on that of Marie-Antoine Carême, one of the codifiers of French haute cuisine, but Escoffier’s achievement was to simplify and modernize Carême’s elaborate and ornate style. In particular, he codified […]

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Mexican avocado

Mexican Cuisine and the Amazing Avocado

Chapultepec Castle on top of Chapultepec Hill One upon a time I was in Mexico City, in and area of the city called Zona Rosa, where they wash and sweep the sidewalks in the morning and you can find the most charming boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. By asking around and getting good advice, I found […]

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Sushi, Set, Nigiri, Maki, Fish, Raw, Salmon, Rice

Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura with Love from Japan

A culture so awesome that even it’s food is renowned worldwide and loved by Sushi enthusiasts in any great food city, in every place with any restaurant culture, there’s always a spot to find the most distinctive cuisine on the planet, the unique tastes of Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura. Vancouver, Canada is an Asian foodie […]

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Tomato is More Proof that God Wanted us to be happy

Tomato is More Proof that God Wanted us to be happy

How many wonderful meals have tomato involved? In what ethnic cuisine is there no tomato involved? How many ways do we love the tomato? In places like Spain they worship this unique fruit vegetable. Greeks had embraced the red beauty too, it’s been central on the plates of Rome My early memory of the red […]

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Middle Eastern Cuisine

Middle Eastern Cuisine Rocks the GOAT

Middle Eastern Cuisine can be discovered at the many Middle Eastern Restaurants in Vancouver. Learning how to prepare these dishes is my endeavour here with this post, as I’ve often stated that if I had to choose one cuisine from around the world to be my permanent choice, it would be Middle Eastern Cuisine. Meze […]

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