Beef Tartar – What Is It and Where Did It Come From?
The history of beef tartar begins with the French. In the early 1900s, the French army was stationed in British Columbia. The climate and local cuisine were new to the French soldiers, who quickly adapted and began to experiment with local…221
Who Created and Named the Caesar Salad?
What is an Italian vegetable side dish without a classic Caesar salad? This simple salad of ahi tuna, croutons, and dressing has become a staple in Italian-American dining. The Caesar salad has its roots in the United States, where its creator…72
A Guide to the Best Restaurants in France
Travelers from all over the world flock to France in droves every year to explore its rich culture, beautiful landscapes, and of course, world-class cuisine. We’re not surprised that so many love exploring the country. From its stunning…83
Italian Cuisine and the Best Tomato Sauce
Tomato sauce is one of the easiest, most delicious ways to make use of summer’s harvest of tomatoes. The classic red sauce, made with tomatoes, onion, garlic, and oregano, is so versatile that it can be used in so many other dishes. The…72
Classic Dishes Cooked with Red Wine
Wine is the main ingredient in many classic French and Italian dishes. This is because wine is the solvent to dissolve the flavors of the other ingredients. Red wine, or the wine that has a reddish color, is made from grape varieties with a…68
A Guide to Paris’ Best Michelin Starred Restaurants
Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world, and it’s no wonder why: with its gorgeous sights, delicious food, and friendly people, there’s no better place to find your match! There are many things to love about this city, and…66