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Monday, March 27, 2006

The Art of Cooking

Although the art of cooking seems mysterious at first, its elements are easy to define. You can prepare foods using different methods, with a variety of equipment, ingredients and seasonings. The great world cuisines came into being when people in diverse ecosystems and climates experimented with limited regional food resources and technologies over long periods of time. The Chinese method of stir-frying, for example, developed where large populations made firewood scarce. The Greeks create wonderful dishes with olive oil, mint, marjoram, flour, and other locally-available ingredients. French cuisine, which we associate with expensive restaurants, originated in the kitchens of family farmers, as did Italian and many other cuisines. And we must thank the Native Americans for showing us how to use our own native wild edible plants. (From The Wild Vegetarian Cookbock)

Cooking For Engineers
Have an analytical mind? Like to cook? This is the site to read!
Cooking For Engineers was started in June 2004 by Michael Chu as a place for Michael to store and share the recipes that he likes to use as well as some kitchen notes


Taboo Meat
Taboo food and drinks are food and drink which people avoid consuming for religious, cultural or health reasons

Coffee Art

Art with Eggs

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