Category Archives: Food Connections

Uruguay Food, Football, Forlan and Soccer World Cup 2010

  Uruguay food is linked intimately to football. With the good performance till now of the Uruguayan football team, the soccer passion is reaching new frontiers. Uruguayos and uruguayas (people from Uruguay, male and female respectively) are getting crazy with the World Cup games and Uruguayan dishes are involved too. Just in case, before entering… Continue Reading

Sweet Dessert Recipes for Picnic

* This is a guest post by Chen Sweet-tasting foods are often associated with desserts. However, sweet taste can also be found in fruits, milk, grains, and some vegetables. By nature, the taste of sweetness in food is moist and cooling. That is why combining sweet taste with any of the picnic ideas on food… Continue Reading

Want to Lose Weight? Control Your Healthy Food Serving Sizes!

Overeating is one of the main causes of obesity worldwide, but we aren’t noticing that we’re eating more than the necessary and the food servings are increasing. Over the last years, the servings were increased in restaurants and fast food chains, accustoming people to consume more, hence rising the weight. Bigger food portion sizes means… Continue Reading

Estepa – the Sweet Capital of Europe

The following guest post was contributed by Samuel Bartlett. High in the hills of Andalusia and close to Seville nestles the Spanish town of Estepa – a typically rural town of just 12,000 people. Throughout the year, the surrounding area is filled with the sweet, heavenly scent of sugar, almonds and cinnamon, as the industrious… Continue Reading

How to Deal with Social Media Every Week and Not to Get Lost at the Cyberspace

Every week that begins for me, I’m quite overwhelmed by emails coming, RSS reads, new followers plus Twitter mentions, Facebook emails/notifications, pending stumbles at StumbleUpon, Foodbuzz and more… If I add to comment on other fellow blogs, write future posts and to promote your articles on your social networks, this can be so time-consuming (unfortunately… Continue Reading