Exotic Food and Flowers
Flowers are so beautiful, they look gorgeous in their nature habitat, in our homes. Flowers are given to show love, passion, compassion, celebration, happiness. But flowers are much more than that. Lots of flowers are edible, like these common petunias!
Edible flowers is a trend in gastronomy, and they range from the small and delicate, intended to give just a hint of flavour, to a mouthful, without dominating a dish. Those varieties include marguerites, fuchsias and tagetes (a member of the sunflower family), large and muscular enough in flavour to elbow the cutlet right off your plate.
Did you know you could eat tulips? Club Gascon chef Pascal Aussignac’s green tulip primavera with truffle vinaigrette is one of London’s most iconic restaurant dishes. The lightly scented flowers have an earthy, rich, peppery, herbaceous flavour, and crunchy texture.
BRAZILIAN STEAKHOUSE …. Simply, delicious!
Delicious to the palate, exotic to the eye and wonderful to the smell. This steak is one of my favorites in Flower Mound, TX.
If there are two things I love about food Brazil style, they are steak and cheese bread (Pao de Queijo).
There is something about Brazilian Steak; it’s meaty, tender, juicy, oozing with right amount of food, and perfectly grilled and charred. It’s so delicious!
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The food in Frankfurt is varied, delicious and most importantly, interesting. But you definitely need some recommendations to come to a city like Frankfurt and without some good ones, you may struggle to know where to go. Reason being: Frankfurt is small but the hotspots are spread out, which means there’s not ‘one area’ to visit. If you are a connoisseur of good food, you want to enjoy different German styles.
RIBS WITH GERMAN CREAMED SPINACH
FRANKFURT GERMAN TARTARE
(One of my favorite German dishes!)
MESSY DELICIOUS REAL GERMAN MEATY PLATTER
(Pork Knuckle is out of this world!)
Würst Platter with Braut and Knockwurst. Sauerkraut and
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Steaks come in all shapes and sizes and depending on the section of the cow they originate from can have a huge influence on price and cooking technique. According to Jimmy, “You may want to choose a cut like Flat Iron or Flank Steak if you are serving a larger group.
Consider buying a thicker, multiple serving premium steak such as a Porterhouse or Bone-in Rib-Eye. Return the sliced steak to the bone before serving. It is a very nice presentation for a small dinner party. Thicker boneless cuts such as New York Steak also make great multiple serving steaks.”