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Food 101

Daniel Lucas & Alessandro Panattoni

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Feasting on Sound the Ultimate Podcast for Food Lovers. Dive into the world of culinary arts, taste secrets, and kitchen hacks with Food 101. Your auditory guide to everything edible!
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Food 101 Merchandise on Etsy and Shopify. https://34d86c-f5.myshopify.com/ https://www.etsy.com/shop/Food101Merchandise?ref=dashboard-header Food 101 Merchandise: Savor Style in Every Bite Welcome to Food 101 Merchandise, where your passion for food meets your flair for fashion and home decor. Founded by culinary enthusiasts with a taste for unique…
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Amatriciana originates from a recipe called "⁠pasta alla gricia⁠". The origin of the word gricia is unclear. In ⁠papal Rome⁠, the grici were sellers of common edible foods,⁠ who got this name because many of them came from ⁠Valtellina⁠, at that time a possession of the ⁠Swiss⁠ canton of ⁠Grigioni⁠.⁠ According to another hypothesis, the name origina…
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Carbonara and Cacio e Pepe are two quintessential Italian pasta dishes, each celebrated for its simplicity and depth of flavor, using minimal ingredients to achieve a rich and satisfying taste. Carbonara is a classic Roman dish known for its creamy, silky sauce made without cream. The ingredients are straightforward yet indulgent: pasta (typically …
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Panna cotta and tiramisu stand as two quintessential Italian desserts, each showcasing the rich culinary heritage of Italy through their distinct flavors and textures. Panna cotta, meaning 'cooked cream' in Italian, is a silky, molded dessert made with cream, sugar, and gelatin, often served with a berry coulis or caramel sauce, embodying simplicit…
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The most common arancini fillings are: al ragù or al sugo, filled with ragù (meat or mince, slow-cooked at low temperature with tomato sauce and spices), mozzarella or caciocavallo cheese, and often peas, and al burro or ô burru, filled with ham and mozzarella or besciamella.
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It originated in Genoa, the capital city of Liguria, Italy.The name pesto is the past participle of the Genoese verb pestâ (Italian: pestare), which means "to pound", "to crush", in reference to the original method of preparation. According to tradition, the ingredients are "crushed" or ground in a marble mortar through a circular motion of a woode…
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Parmigiana is an Italian dish made with fried, sliced eggplant layered with cheese and tomato sauce, then baked. The origin of the dish is claimed by the Southern regions of Calabria, Campania, Apulia and Sicily. Other variations found outside Italy may include chicken, veal, or another type of meat cutlet or vegetable filling.…
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Ossobuco and Polenta are the famous recipes in Italian Cuisine. They are spread like a mushroom all over the world. Ossubuco is a specialty of Lombard cuisine of cross-cut veal shanks braised with vegetables, white wine, and broth. It is often garnished with gremolata and traditionally served with either risotto alla milanese or polenta, depending …
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This layered pasta dish is a harmonious blend of rich ragù(meat sauce), creamy béchamel, and luscious layers of cheese, typically Parmigiano-Reggiano or mozzarella, all nestled between sheets of wide, flat pasta. The origins of lasagna can be traced back to ancient times,and over the centuries, it has evolved into numerous regional variations. Fori…
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Love Unscripted: A Valentine's Day Special – Dive into the heart of romance with tales of love, laughter, and the magic that connects us all. Celebrate the day of love with stories that warm the heart, interviews that inspire the soul, and music that brings us closer together. Whether you're with your soulmate, flying solo, or anywhere in between, …
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Food 101: Volume 12 - Italian Cuisine is a comprehensive and evocative journey through the heart and soul of Italy's gastronomic heritage. This volume is a celebration of Italian culinary prowess, taking the reader on a region-by-region tasting tour of the country famed for its food as much as for its history and art.Within these pages, the reader …
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Available on Audible and iTunes. Life is Too Short: A Journey of Discovery, Fulfillment, and Joy" is a conceptual book that serves as an inspirational guide, exploring various facets of the human experience. It encourages readers to live life to the fullest, recognizing that life's brevity calls for intention, appreciation, and celebration.…
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Many of these recipes have been passed down through generations, becoming integral parts of family and community celebrations. For instance, in the UK, the Christmas pudding, a dense, fruit-laden dessert, has its origins in medieval England. Similarly, in Germany, the baking of Weihnachtsplätzchen (Christmas cookies) is a cherished tradition, with …
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Christmas Spiced Gingerbread Cookies. These cookies, with their rich spices and sweet aroma, are not just a treat for the taste buds, but also a feast for the senses. Perfect for family baking sessions, these gingerbread cookies can be cut into various shapes and decorated to add a personal touch to your holiday festivities. Let’s don our aprons, p…
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Wash your hands before cookingTo prevent bacteria from spreading from the table or jumping over to your food, you should wash your hands before cooking. And if you want to work with other foods after preparing sensitive foods like meat or raw eggs, you should wash your hands again. This will help you prevent the transmission of things like salmonel…
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Kitchen sanitation means keeping the kitchen and the objects in it clean in order to prevent illness. In a kitchen, this is important since food is easy to contaminate with germs. Aside from keeping a kitchen clean, it is important to maintain kitchen safety. Safety, in a kitchen, means fostering habits that limit risks and prevent harm or injury.…
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Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are the leaves, flowers, or stems of plants used for flavoring or as a garnish. Spices are sometimes used in medicine, religious rituals, cosmetics, or perfume production. For example, vanilla is commonly used as an ingredient in fragrance manufacturing.Plant-based sweeteners such as sugar are not consider…
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Herbs have a variety of uses including culinary, medicinal, aromatic and in some cases, spiritual. General usage of the term "herb" differs between culinary herbs and medicinal herbs; in medicinal or spiritual use, any parts of the plant might be considered as "herbs", including leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, root bark, inner bark (and cambium), re…
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It is commonly used in cooking for frying foods or as a salad dressing. It can also be found in some cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, soaps, and fuels for traditional oil lamps. It also has additional uses in some religions. The olive is one of three core food plants in Mediterranean cuisine, together with wheat and grapes. Olive trees have been grown a…
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One of the many species of the genus Tuber. In addition to Tuber, over one hundred other genera of fungi are classified as truffles including Geopora, Peziza, Choiromyces, and Leucangium.[1] These genera belong to the class Pezizomycetes and the Pezizales order. Several truffle-like basidiomycetes are excluded from Pezizales, including Rhizopogon a…
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In Canada, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday in October. It has roots in both European farming festivals and the Indigenous practice of giving thanks for the fall harvest. Common traditions include gathering with family and friends for a meal, which typically features turkey, stuffing, potatoes, cranberry sauce, pies, and other dishes…
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The two types of ossobuco are a modern version that has tomatoes and the original version which does not. The older version, ossobuco in bianco, is flavoured with cinnamon, bay leaf, and gremolata. The modern and more popular recipe includes tomatoes, carrots, celery, and onions; gremolata is optional. While veal is the traditional meat used for os…
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The dish comes from Italy. It may be allowed to cool and solidify into a loaf that can be baked, fried, or grilled.The variety of cereal used is usually yellow maize, but often buckwheat, white maize, or mixtures thereof may be used. Coarse grinds make a firm, coarse polenta; finer grinds make a soft, creamy polenta.[4] Polenta is a staple of North…
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Either term can also refer to an Italian dish made of stacked layers of lasagna alternating with fillings such as ragù (ground meats and tomato sauce), béchamel sauce, vegetables, cheeses (which may include ricotta, mozzarella, and parmesan), and seasonings and spices.The dish may be topped with grated cheese, which becomes melted during baking. Ty…
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Ciabatta is somewhat elongated, broad, and flat, and is baked in many variations, although unique for its alveolar holes. Ciabatta is made with a strong flour and uses a very high hydration dough.While panino indicates any kind of sandwich regardless of the bread used (whether slices or a bun), a toasted sandwich made from small loaves of ciabatta …
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The cuisine is highly centered around many varieties of rice, as well as coconut which is a ubiquitous plant throughout the country. Seafood also plays a significant role in the cuisine, be it fresh fish or preserved fish. As a country that was a hub in the historic oceanic silk road, contact with foreign traders brought new food items and cultural…
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Specifically refers to a frozen dessert of Italian origin. Artisanal gelato in Italy generally contains 6%–9% butterfat, which is lower than other styles of frozen dessert.[16][17] Gelato typically contains 35% air (substantially less than American-style ice cream) and more flavoring than other kinds of frozen desserts, giving it a density and rich…
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Usually, to be served as part of a dish, rather than as a condiment. Tomato sauces are common for meat and vegetables, but they are perhaps best known as bases for sauces for Mexican salsas and Italian pasta dishes. Tomatoes have a rich flavor, high water content, soft flesh which breaks down easily, and the right composition to thicken into a sauc…
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The concept of mother sauces predated Escoffier's classification by at least 50 years; in 1844, the French magazine Revue de Paris reported: "Oui ne savez-vous pas que la grande espagnole est une sauce-mère, dont toutes les autres préparations, telles que réductions, fonds de cuisson, jus, veloutés, essences, coulis, ne sont, à proprement parler, q…
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The recipe became very popular in Italy and in the United States around the 1980s, when it was offered to discotheque customers.[1] The recipe thus became an icon of the fashionable cuisine of the time, which preferred the use of cream in first courses. Penne alla vodka remains popular in Italian-American cuisine…
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Performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. Through his life long endeavor to help advance people to their highest potential through the understanding of Jazz as well as spreading peace worldwide through his "Jazz f…
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In English, the word "borscht" is most often associated with the soup's variant of Ukrainian origin, made with red beetroots as one of the main ingredients, which give the dish its distinctive red color. The same name, however, is also used for a wide selection of sour-tasting soups without beetroots, such as sorrel-based green borscht, rye-based w…
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