In the 18th century, English King George II commanded that the white cap always be worn at work. This headgear negated the risk that the hair of the conquerors would fall into the royal plate. Since then, the chef’s cap has not changed, and the requirement for its wearing is enshrined in the sanitary standards of many countries around the world.
Forbes magazine awarded the honorary title of the richest cook in the world to Briton Gordon Ramsay. Continue reading
It is no secret that the culinary industry has long been turned into one of the most beautiful, and most importantly, delicious art forms. Every person loves to have a hearty meal. Today, each meeting with friends, a romantic date or just a trip to visit is marked by a meal, and always deliciously cooked. Our culinary school Chefs-academy will teach you all the subtleties of this, at first glance, complex process.
Unfortunately, it is rather difficult to surprise with culinary delights using standard combinations of products and methods of their preparation. But sometimes you want so much … Continue reading
While preparing food, many housewives do not even think about when and how people learned about certain ingredients, products, or how they invented the necessary kitchen tools. In this article you will find interesting facts from the world of cooking, which you may be surprised a lot.
The nutmeg tree is the only tree that actually produces two kinds of spices: nutmeg (the nut that many of us are familiar with) and the less well-known mace – dried prismyanik bright red color. Matsis or nutmeg became very popular in the 18th century, when it began to be added as a spice to meat dishes, and it is also the main ingredient of the French traditional white sauce when it is soaked with onions in hot milk and then added to milk flour and butter. Continue reading