The African Desert brings along with it a number of challenges to the skill of a Culinary Artist. With access to limited ingredients, it's not as easy to whip up a delightful cuisine as it would be for an urban chef. Getting your hands on those must-have luxury items is a challenge that can only be perfected by a master of the art of experimental cooking.
OK - I missed a meeting.
Suddenly there's a new Coke out there that I didn't know about.
I must confess at this point that Coke Zero and Diet Coke are the main spooky items on my daily diet and I have a vested interest in the latest carbonated experience put out under the Coka-Cola umbrella, being a brand endorser of some standing.
Spooky in that, apart from my craving for fizzy stuff that has a taste (there goes the soda water) I don't really know what it is that I'm drinking.
But I'm cool with that. I'm having a brand experience, dude!
The endlessly inventive British Sunday supps are once again publishing their seasonal issues, and today sees the Sunday Times getting festive in the kitchen.
It really does ere on the extravagant: How about Heal Farms 12-bird roast. 55lb of ethically farmed turkey, containing breast meat from 48 birds. It costs $1300.
If there's one thing that most American restaurants are spectacularly bad at, it's the 'vegetarian option'. Menus seem to treat people who don't eat meat as an afterthought, offering such predictable dishes such as vegetarian lasagna or vegeburgers. Boring! Where is the chef's imagination? Are they incapable of cooking without meat or fish?
Los Angeles, CA (Vocus/PRWEB ) November 27, 2007 -- For those who think that savoring delectable food and going on an African safari is incomprehensible, Uncharted Outposts Safari & Travel Company, a premier tour operator, will prove them wrong. In designing their new culinary adventures they have come up with a delicious sampling of flavors in the wild!