Posts Tagged ‘Cooking’

Tap Water for my soup? Oh my God! Have you ever had that problem? Probably the soup feels weird, the poached fish tasted funny, or probably your iced water drink tastes as if it is been left there for years? Yes, it could be. And for a bartender to ‘portray’ to his consumers that he […]


Cook at home and kill to eat (fresh) Ever wondered how would it be to make your own ‘meat produce’ at home, killing it to cook for your family to consume? It’s not so easy, really. What about proper prawn farming (home scale), fish raring, water-frog farming or chicken breeding? Invading the chicken coop for […]


Kitchen Terms of Wet, Moist and Dry Before we start telling you the difference between using the term wet, moist and dry, you have to understand these: Food Central has been bombarded with questions that would require only a one-timer answer, unless there is another question which differs itself much to the topic that we’re […]


Thickening Agents – Roux Roux has been used in the Culinary industry for a long period of time up to date. Not only it’s practical to its usage, roux is also very useful in terms adding flavor to soups or sauces. There are many stipulations to Roux as there is with politics today, as this […]


Pickling Foods – Guide to Pickles Pickles are great food accompaniments to certain food products – At least we think so. Whether it’s going to be black olives on your Cream Cheese baguette or Gherkins on your McDonalds burger patty, once it’s practical, it’ll always be practical. Pickles are easy to make and lasts very […]