Posts Tagged ‘french cuisine’

Hobart Moules Mariniere

Written by Paris Hollywood on . Posted in food

Hobart Moules Mariniere

I believe at heart we’re all cavemen. Or cavewomen.

We’re driven much of the time by our unconscious desire to hunt, gather and reproduce. And once I’ve collected the chook eggs and cornered my wife in the bedroom the only thing left is to hunt an unsuspecting animal and feed it to my family.

Gastronomic Writing – Then & Now

Written by Jason Adamson on . Posted in food

Gastronomic Writing - Then & Now

A variety of different social, economic and cultural conditions were responsible for the interest in gastronomy in nineteenth century France. This interest (in gastronomy) contributed to the emergence of gastronomic writing, which not only fed from, but also fueled and became an integral part of this new 19thcentury trend.

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