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Chow mein mean 'stir-fried noodles', chow meaning 'stir-fried' (or "sautéed") and mein meaning 'noodles'. The pronunciation chow mein is an English corruption of the Taishanese pronunciation chāu-mèing.
Picking the best pinot noir is synonymous with falling in love. Read the expert notes on the peculiarity of the grape, tasting tips, and some of the best regions to find the unique wine.
Even the most passionate French onion soup aficionado probably can’t explain how a little heat transforms one of the nature’s most ubiquitous vegetables into a supple and sweet addition to any dish.
Made entirely from the Gamay grape, Beaujolais is often produced to be consumed soon after production, traditionally in celebration of the harvest. Beaujolais Nouveau is in fact fermented for only a few weeks before being released for sale.
Some interesting information to help you understand the qualities of French Malbec wines
A delicious and tasty alternative for haddock; great for those who are hesitant about cooking fish. It's so easy to make.
Not something you will find in many restaurants, but a great dish to make at home, and not at all difficult to do.
A simple and tasty dish from an unusual blend of pork, figs, pomegranate and nuts.
Genuine ragù alla bolognese is a slowly cooked sauce, and its preparation involves several techniques, including sweating, sautéing and braising.
A delicious concoction that owes its flavours to Brazilian and Chinese influences
An unusual and tasty variation on this popular Italian staple
A great recipe for aromatic beef curry; it takes time, but that only improves the flavour
A recipe for a delicious Chinese dish, ideal served with chicken
A selection of non-French, or French-inspired, recipes...just for a change
A tasty way of preparing a lush Normandy Camembert; great when you have friends round.