Can food and religiosity be combined in a healthy way? +Catholicos Scholarios-Gennadius III, OSB Vicar General of America, asks. It has been historically customary for the faithful to be regaled most Sunday mornings with stories and parables demonstrating the negative consequences of our choices and actions. For instance, we recall the parable of the “Withered … Read more Is Religiosity and Food an Unhealthy Combination?
Curtis Stone is a top celebrity chef, raised in Australia and trained in London under Marco Pierre White. He is also an American sweetheart owing to his phenomenonally popular reality cooking show “Take Home Chef” and is known throughout the UK and Australia for his appearance on primetime TV. People Magazine voted him one of … Read more Curtis Stone Recipes: Braised Short Ribs and Chinese Chicken Salad
Although it is now fairly easy to find imported berries in supermarkets at any time of the year, there really is no beating a home-grown crop for flavour and freshness. The UK season begins in late May with berries which have been grown under plastic or in poly-tunnels, and usually finishes around the end of … Read more Seasonal Recipes: Berries & Clafoutis
If you know what you’re looking for and when to look for it, cooking and eating the freshest food is quick, simple and delicious. Broad beans can be harvested from June until September in the UK. Delicate and slightly sweet, their bright green pods are packed with protein, fibre, potassium and vitamins A and C. … Read more Seasonal Recipes: Broad Beans & Ful Medames
The iconic “Spaghetti-O” tinned pasta and meatballs have been submitted to a limited recall following an inspection at Campbell’s warehouse in Texas. Customers with the following products are advised not to eat the Spaghetti-O’s and return them to store for an exchange or refund: “SpaghettiOs” with Meatballs in 14.75-ounce cans; “SpaghettiOs” A to Z with … Read more USA: Uh-Oh Spaghettio – Iconic Brand Issues Recall