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Get to know some interesting historical facts about lunchtime, table etiquette and ingredients used in meal preparation for lunch in Japan, Brazil, France, Spain, Italy and South Africa.
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Have you ever wondered how much Britons spend weekly on dining out and takeaway ? Likely more than you think! RestaurantChoice.co.uk give us a rundown on what the UK spends on food each week. Why not have a look and see if you match up with the rest of the nation.
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Have a look at some basic guidelines that will help you determine the right quantity and type of food before you ring the catering service. Leave the best impressions to your guests without draining your wallet.
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Dedicated to our Jew friends. This happy graph will teach you how to cook 7 delicious dishes compliant with Tu Bishvat etiquette. We know it’s a bit outdated for 2013 but you can keep it and spread the recipes around before the next Tu Bishvat celebration.
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Sushi nare-zushi (????, ???) is a Japanese food consisting of cooked vinegared rice (shari) combined with other ingredients (neta), usually raw fish or other seafood. See the ways of “Do” and “Don’t” of a “correct” Sushi meal.
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This report examines the trends in the online and mobile restaurant arena and what they mean for today’s food service industry.
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Don’t play dirty with these knives! Being a chef at home requires some expertise in the proper tools you choose for your kitchen. Follow this guide and select the right knife that will save you time and effort in meal preparation.