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Tokyo top 10 list of ramen shops worth visiting
If you’re in Tokyo and you get the munchies, check out Abram Plaut’s top 10 list of ramen shops worth visiting....

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Edible design or stylish food?
In a world where aesthetic is dominant, and the search of an idealized way of living is trying to connect more and more with our roots as human beings, new projects arise to investigate how food can become not only organic matter, but an element with its own personality, utility and style....

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How much style a pastry chef needs to create some perfect sweets?
Bakery design is expanding its ways of creating sweets that are often more similar to pieces of art than food, we know that aesthetic is spreading around many fields and food design is one of this. But what if becoming a pastry chef today needs as well as a good taste also a gorgeous style? Some desserts seem to be more the result of art work rather than pastry. To facilitate this trend, someone has invented iconic and affordable kitchen tools for everyone to create new stylish biscuits....

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How to make the Perfect Omelet . Vintage Cooking Lessons
How to make the Perfect Omelet . Vintage Cooking Lessons ...

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Hallofood . PUMPKIN has never been so Sweet
A series of recipes made with pumpkin to sweeten your Halloween . PUMPKIN has never been so Sweet . Hallosweets ...

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Hummusland . Fast food has never been so healthy and delicious
Hummus is an ancient dip made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic, it is high in iron and vitamin C and also has significant amounts of folate and vitamin B6....

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Qian Wang . Textile Food and Design Healing
Combining textile craft with cooking techniques I have designed an edible material infusion, aiming to combine the UK love for tea with the preventive concept of traditional Chinese Medicine. Designed to meet the demands of a busy lifestyle this daily health ritual experience enables the quick and convenient adminstration of traditional chinese medicine....

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Ryo Takemasa . When the protagonist is a cucumber
Japanese do it better, when it comes to remove layers from things or to create the most minimal creative process, there's nobody in the world that have the same ability of the Japanese. The illustrator Ryo Takemasa makes attractive even vegetables, so much that, I'm craving to get a cucumber in my living room. Following my favorite subjects, being a vegetarian has also to do with a spirit of brand-new creativity....

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Asian recipes for every couple
It's Valentine's day . Blah Blah Blah . DRINK or... EAT ... Asian recipes for any couple or single souls ...

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Sweet Potatoes . The sweetest parade you’ve ever seen
Sweet Potatoes become queen of today Bio Rythm's section . Have you ever tried a spiced sweet potato hummus or Muffin? More recipes on our blog...

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Fast food turns healthy . Falafel
It's a whole lot easier to deal with appetite for time-poor people, I recently bought a book about street food of which I'll post some recipes in the next weeks, in few minutes street food can turn healthy with the following recipe that describes the emblem of international street food, the legendary and in this version very healthy falafel....

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Bio Rythm . Zucchini noodles with basil balsamic marinated tomatoes
Zucchini noodles with basil balsamic marinated tomatoes Serves: 1 Notes: If you don’t want to spring for a julienne peeler, long strands from a regular peeler would be equally tasty. Also, I stop peeling the zucchini when I reach the inner seed-y part of the vegetable. 1 heaped cup of small tomatoes, halved splash of […]...

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If you have awarenness, you have good manners, no matter what fork you use
Someone say that "Etiquette and good manners begin at home", from the very start we are influenced by our parents' behavior. In the last decades etiquette became an unfamiliar word which has almost completely disappeared, being replaced by attitudes of rudeness. I don't like of course being too obsessed with formal behaviour but, believe me, etiquette and good manners count, even though we have become accustomed to manners that sometimes are not what a gentleman or a gentlewoman would ever think to do. What is excellent etiquette in one society may shock another, and we may agree with this assertion if we think that already Confucius had his own personal view on how to behave, by including rules for eating ...

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