Posts Tagged ‘italy’
Acid is a pretty important topic that we very rarely talk about. As much as I like to add a little bit of lemon juice to everything, it doesn’t always go over well. While my dishes taste wonderful, my guests who are prone to acid reflux would very much prefer that I lower the pH of my cooking.
To me, stuffed chicken has always seemed incredibly fancy. Even with all of my culinary experience, there are very few dishes that surpass the elegance of a chicken dish paired with ham and cheese.
Easily the most distinctive type of pasta, ravioli holds a special place in the hearts and stomachs of pasta lovers worldwide. While spaghetti, fettucini, and penne are simply different shapes of the same dough, ravioli offers new versatility with the addition of flavorful stuffings.
When each piece of pasta embraces delicious meat, cheese, and herb blends, you’ll be able to craft a bountiful array of new recipes in your kitchen.
If you love French pressed coffee, then you probably already know that the consistency and quality of your grinder will make a world of difference to the taste of each cup. Choosing the best French press coffee grinder, however, isn’t as daunting as you might think.
So long as you know what to look for, finding the right grinder will come easy.
How I Started My Search for a Good Brewer with a Reasonable Price Tag
My life might have its ups and down but well-brewed coffee always calms me down. I do not like the idea of waiting in line for more than ten minutes just to get my fix when I can make some for myself in a shorter time frame.
Waiting only adds to my craving; what’s worse? Getting your shot then realizing it’s not as good as they make it sound.
Frozen or Fresh Ravioli – Which is the Better Pick?
As much as you can purchase pre-made or frozen ravioli straight from the grocery store, making one from scratch is considered more fulfilling and therapeutic. Personally, I prefer making my own ravioli in the comfort of my kitchen.
Wine is found in bottles of different shapes and sizes depending on its type and place of origin. I have come across bottles used for Rhone wine, California wine, Bordeaux ranges and other wines ranges from largest to the tiniest sizes.