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Category Archives: Food
Climate change is prompting fruit farmers to diversify and coffee roasters to start considering areas beyond the so-called bean belt to source their raw material. In Sicily, Morettino, a forward-looking family-run roastery, has already started growing coffee plants in Palermo, … Continue reading
Humanity consumes a half-trillion cups of coffee every year, yet coffee production is one of the most antiquated industries within agriculture. Now the livelihoods of 125 million people working in coffee are at risk as the crop struggles to cope … Continue reading
Well well, apparently the best ramen (and one of the cheapest) is served at Tokyo Ramen in Manchester’s Northern Quarter… Let’s see! In this video I’m ordering the Tantan Ramen 🍜, along with the vegetable gyoza🥟 and an Asahi beer … Continue reading
The history of ramen features cameos from The Yakuza crime syndicate, the U.S. Army, and a businessman who turned a simple idea into a worldwide convenience food. Ramen is so much more than a cheap and filling meal. In this … Continue reading
This fun, animated video follows the history of pasta from 5th century Sicily to the present day. Animation: Fly Machine Picture Co.
Learn with Plainly Difficult! The Mad Cow Disease scandal was the British Governments attempt to cover up the link between beef and variant Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (vCJD) Which would result in thousands being exposed to the illness…… Thank you to my … Continue reading
How ‘fingerprinting’ technology could help prevent another horse meat scam. Professor Chris Elliott is something of a ‘food detective’. A Professor of Food Safety and Microbiology at Queen’s University Belfast and a founding director of its Institute for Global Food … Continue reading
Porter and Stout: What’s the difference? | The Craft Beer Channel This week Jonny and Brad answer the question that’s puzzled beer geeks since the dawn of time – what’s the difference between Porter and Stout? As well as tasting … Continue reading
The history of India Pale Ale is fraught with cliches, inaccuracies and pure invention – so we met with award-winning author and beer historian Martyn Cornell to get to the bottom of it then taste through the evolution it has … Continue reading