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  • 02/09/2015 • Food Culture

    Food Podcasts 2015 what to hear this year

    Food Podcasts, if someone would have asked me to listen to radio about food a few years ago I probably would have been hesitant to say the least. But nowadays I’m hooked and even though I listen to all sorts of podcasts there are a few...

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  • 02/04/2015 • Food Culture

    Diving for Sea Urchins

    Learn a little bit about this delicacy from the ocean and see how they are harvested. Sea Urchins are a popular alternative seafood to those lobsters and langoustines at a lot of great restaurants these days. With its tough outside but...

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  • 01/22/2015 • Food Culture

    Espresso Myths: Video Series about Espresso

    Espresso is that great shot that will get you going in the morning or when you simply need to get going. And it turns out there is far more to this drink than you might think, espresso myths. Luckily the good people at have...

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  • 01/12/2015 • Food Culture

    History of the Hamburger

    Do you want to know about the history of the Hamburger? Well you’re in luck, National Geographic have made a clip just for you where they give you the full but brief history of the hamburger in no less than two minutes and eleven...

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  • 01/11/2015 • Food Culture

    A Curious History of Food and Drink

    Ian Crofton has just released his book A Curious History of Food and Drink and this is the book for anyone interested in knowing a bit more about the history of our food and drinks. When was the first hippo sour eaten? Who was the cucumber...

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  • 01/02/2015 • Food Culture

    Why did the chicken cross the world?

    Why did the chicken cross the world? That is the question that journalist Andrew Lawler tries to answer in his new book with the same name. In the book Andrew takes you on a journey from the start of the chicken in southeast Asia over...

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