Fruits and Vegetables

Native to the Andes, the Incas considered quinoa sacred and referred to it as the “mother of all grains.” The ...
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A table laden with appetizers is typical of Provence, and olive tapenade was a favorite of Paul Cezanne’s. 2 cups ...
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Native to Peru, potatoes were an important part of the French diet during the 19th century and are still widely ...
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Watermelons and mangos, two of the most delicious fruits in the world, are used staples in Mexico. You can find ...
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Farmers first cultivated squash over 8,000 years ago in Mexico and Central America. As time progressed, these vegetables migrated north, ...
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Better known for his novels, The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas was also a gourmand ...
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Now an important food in many parts of the world, chickpeas were first grown in the Levant and in ancient ...
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Andy Warhol liked to eat alone and in 1975 he planned on starting a chain of restaurants for other people like ...
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This dish made of bulgur, minced, onions, finely ground spiced meat is considered to be the national dish of many ...
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