In order to make a cashew seed edible, it has to be dried & roasted to neutralize its toxic-poisonous shell. The production is very complex. The cashew tree is native to coastal areas of Brazil and introduced into India and some African countries, where they are now also cultivated. Today, the leading commercial producers are India, Brazil and Nigeria, among others, but Brazilians and Indians are the most enthusiastic about transforming cashews into a powerful, healthy, yummy nut. The rest of the fruit is used for beverages and jams, it is very sweet and tasty.
Paella Challenge for the education
I am so excited!!! I have been invited to San Antonio, Texas next Sunday! The city is having the 8th Paella Challenge and I will have the honor to be part of the judging team this year.
Una fresca experiencia en Copa
Seguro te suena familiar un vino de uva Pinot Grigio o Chardonnay. Pero te garantizo que cuando vivas otras experiencias en copa, te darás cuenta, que hay mucho más para disfrutar de este infinito y fascinante mundo del vino.
The Sexy Basil
We see her fresh, and actually a bit sensual, decorating a caprese salad or a pasta dish and you probably think it was born in Italy. But this aphrodisiac herb, symbol of love for the Romans, it is originally from India. There are more than 100 varieties of albahaca, as we call it in Spanish. It is used in the cuisines of Greece, Provence, Vietnam, Thailand, and also in Argentina and Peru, due to their important Italian influence.
¿Por qué son tan caras las trufas?
Así como el caviar, la vainilla y el azafrán, las exquisitas trufas se han ganado un gran prestigio en la cocina. Su aroma y sabor son tan únicos, que las hace uno de los ingredientes más valorados en el mundo. Pero, ¿por qué son tan costosas y difíciles de conseguir?
Not everything bubbly is Champagne
If you hear the word bubbles you probably think of Champagne. Their impecable recognition was earned thanks to hundreds of years of history, tradition and prestige. But not all these sensual bubbles come from Champagne. Read this so it doesn't bite you: