La Buona Cucina was, in fact, born out of the desire to make food enjoyable for people with limited dining options. The brand presents a host of intriguing snacks for the menu selection-challenged – consumers such as coeliacs, people who suffer from the more common intolerances and vegans.
A Colourful Fusion of Land and Sea – Restaurant Review of Marea, Kalkara Marina.
Sensory perception is one of the driving elements of many an aspect of our quotidian routines. What we perceive in terms of our senses influences and guides the way we go about various tasks, but also highlights our enjoyment and experience of numerous features of our existence. One of the most basic of these is the consumption of food and drink.
Autumn Restaurant Review Part 1 – Briju
The first thing we were brought was probably one of the most wonderful-tasting dishes of the evening. A perennial gourmand’s choice because of its rich, robust flavour, Briju’s chicken liver parfait oozed perfect decadence in its succulent composition. The chicken liver itself was strong enough to shine through – a mean feat indeed when considering that it included the establishment’s own home-cured guanciale, as well as being topped by a melt-in-your-mouth layer of the chef’s smoked butter.
Feeding my Memories of Sicily
The familiar, the homely, what we look for to feel that sense of comfort - these are ideas or perceptions that can be applied as easily to an actual physical place as to a scrumptious plate of food, a beverage that is equally delightful to the palate, or generic sights and sounds that accompany a... Continue Reading →
January Food & Drink Encounters – A Cosy Thai Dinner with Friends
January is usually a much-maligned month, coming soon after the forced jollity of yuletide as it does. Most people complain of dented bank accounts, not knowing what to do with themselves, the dread of returning to work after the exuberance of the festive season - whether simply implied or actually felt - and the typically... Continue Reading →
Best winter soup ingredients
When you live on a Southern Mediterranean island where ten degrees above spell terribly cold winter temperatures, you feel a sense of anticipation when the thermometer starts to drop below twenty degrees. Yes, I said 20. You begin to review your wardrobe, and you start to crave soup. Soup is one of those dishes which... Continue Reading →