As Spain sizzles in some of the hottest weather on record, we thought we would offer some tips on what foods to eat as the mercury rises. The truth is that when the temperature gets really hot the last thing on our mind is food. In fact, many of us hardly eat at all, preferring to eat light meals …
‘La Plaza Gastronomia’ gourmet market has now opened its doors at La Malagueta bullring on Paseo de Reding in Malaga. There are currently 24 different vendors offering a wide selection of quality food products from the local region and beyond. The market is open 7 days a week from noon to midnight (except days when there is a bullfight). Each …
In the first five days of operation of the dining facility set up in Vélez-Málaga to help those with limited or no financial resources as a result of unemployment and the general financial crisis, a total of 750 meals were distributed free of charge to needy families in the community.
Taking photos of food, even drinks, in restaurants, cafes and bars is becoming more and more common, so here’s Food photos: How to do it properly
The Department of Social Welfare in Benalmádena and Sea Life have organised a campaign to collect food and toys which will run until January 4th 2013. Any children taking toys or one kilo of non-perishable foodstuffs to the Sea Life Aquarium will be entitled to free entry into the facility.
Food time once more and all sorts here from mushroom and crushed egg tapas to chocolate lasagne. Now that’s a bit different. Punchfork
How long will it last? What’s the best way to store it? I am certain that we have all wondered about some foodstuff or other at some stage. These and far more questions are answered on Still Tasty: Your ultimate shelf life guide.
American astronauts eat a varied menu of food, including beef enchiladas, lasagne, and sweet-and-sour pork on their space mission, food easy to prepare and eat, lower fat, fewer calories and less salt. And the Chinese astronauts?
Organic food may be tastier, may make people ‘feel’ better, but according to the Foods Standards Agency, there is little, if any, nutritional difference between organic and conventionally-produced food and that there is no evidence of additional health benefits from eating organic food.
The Japanese are famous for things ‘small’ and ‘intricate’, such as bonsai plants. But this also seems to carry on into everyday life, and food. Nip on down and have a look! Tokyo Damage Report