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May the French be blessed for this delicious dish. Such a tasty, flavourful and filling dish can be created from such simple ingredients. The trick to getting this sublime flavour is in stewing the onions for a long time on low heat. We have our own version of this wonderful dish with the delicious red …
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The original version of the salad was invented in the 1860s by a Russian chef of Belgian origin, Lucien Olivier, the chef of the Hermitage, one of Moscow’s most celebrated restaurants. Olivier’s salad quickly became immensely popular with Hermitage regulars, and became the restaurant’s signature dish. The exact recipe — particularly that of the dressing — was …
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Risotto is a traditional Italian rice-dish. It originates in the northern part of the country, specifically from the eastern part of Piemonte and western part of Lombardia where the biggest rice fields are located. Risotto is the foundation of any good Milan or Turin kitchen. There are a hundred different ways to make a risotto …
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This recipe is absolutely as scrumptious as it looks. There is something about a well-toasted sesame seed crusted French toast with cheese and red king crab filling that is a wonderful flavour combination. Smoky roasted crunchy seeds and creamy light cheesy filling – this is one of Crabits favourites. Ingredients: 400 grams of The Crabit Red King Crab meat …
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Melon and mango are known for their fresh and light taste. They help bring out the sweet tasting notes of our king crab instead of overwhelming it. The textures blend seamlessly to create a delicate but flavourfull and full of nutrients culinary experience. Both fruits are currently in season and with our king crab help …
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What is a Sunchoke? Why is it called a Jerusalem artichoke? What does it taste like and what are the nutritional benefits? And what sort of taste-bud-tingling soup can you make of it? A Jerusalem artichoke is also known as a sunchoke, earth apple or topinambour. The closest relative to it is the sunflower so …
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