Monday, October 7, 2013

Jamie's Italian Dream Realised! Fabulous decor and a great place to eat!

A branch of Jamie's Italian, a restaurant chai...A branch of Jamie's Italian, a restaurant chain owned by celebrity chef Jaimie Oliver in Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth, Hampshire on the first day of opening. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Highlights: The decor, the bar food, and the fact the staff all spoke with "geezer" accents just like Jamie's!!



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Highlights: The decor, the bar food, and the fact the staff all spoke with "geezer" accents just like Jamie's!!
I couldn't believe it! We were finally here, after months of looking enviously at the queue of people outside, and even more enviously at those already inside, I could finally say I'd been there, done that! Jamie's Italian could be ticked off my to-do list!
Jamie's Italian Dream Realised! Fabulous decor and a great place to eat!
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Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube - Food Revolution

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My friend Jamie and his latest food tube episode, this time on chillis, for a change! Hot Hot!
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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily!























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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily! 
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The ever present threat of food poisoning, in our schools is becoming more prevalent daily! Even my training of my chef's and what they need to basically know to feed people, is now more involved than ever before! #healthandsafety @AceFoodNews
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Video - Sugar is a Toxic Substance - When it is a Substitute

Sugar SubstitutesSugar Substitutes (Photo credit: Jepster)

Sugar and other sweeteners are everywhere.
They're hidden in a huge percentage of
processed foods.

They're sold to us as a way
to feel good and enjoy life more.

What price are we paying for our addiction
to sugar and other sweeteners? Obesity.
Diabetes. Cancer.

This report for 60 Minutes reveals the
addictive nature of sugar and the price
we pay for our overindulgence.

The good news? Switching to a diet of whole,
unprocessed foods can reverse the effects.

Video (14:09):

http://www.therealfoodchannel.com/page/10397.html




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Is The Sugar You Are Eating Really Sucrose In Another Name

Intestinal monosaccharide transportersIntestinal monosaccharide transporters (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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It is called sugar to sucrose , whose chemical formula is 12 22 11 , also called "table sugar" or "table sugar." Sucrose is a disaccharideconsisting of one molecule of glucose and one of fructose , which is obtained mainly from sugar cane or beet .
In industrial areas use the word sugar (in male or female) or sugars (in men) to designate the various monosaccharides and disaccharides , which generally have a sweet taste, but by extension refers to all carbohydrates .
Sugar may be sweet when heated above its decomposition point (browning reaction). If heated above 145  ° C in the presence of amino compounds, for example derivatives of protein, takes place the complex system of Maillard reactions which generates colors, flavors and odors usually desirable, and also small amounts of undesirable compounds.
Sugar is an important source of calories in the modern diet, but is often associated with empty calories , due to the complete lack of vitamins and minerals. 

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Nigel Slater: how to make the perfect summer lunch

These are Norway Lobsters caught in Scotland a...These are Norway Lobsters caught in Scotland and seen in Rothsay. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The perfect summer lunch, for me at least, will involve a table outdoors, but in dappled shade, a group of people who enjoy eating and drinking, and some seasonal food. At the heart of it all will be a handful of recipes using ingredients that hold the essence of the season.
Seafood will always feature in a special occasion summer lunch: crab, perhaps, or possibly wild salmon. There may be Scottish langoustine or Cornish red mullet. Red meat will be kept for cooler days, if there is to be meat. I am more likely to seek out a chicken for a lighter main course.

Crab toasts with samphire and radishes

FOR 12 CANAPES
orange juice of 1
lemons 2
lime 1
red wine vinegar 1 tbsp 
radishes 100g
mixed white and brown crab meat 500g 
mayonnaise 4 tbsp
baguette 25 thin slices
samphire 24 small sprigs
Squeeze the juice from the orange, lemons and lime into a mixing bowl then add the red wine vinegar. Thinly slice the radishes, then toss them in the dressing and leave, covered and refrigerated, for a couple of hours.
Stir the crab meat into the mayonnaise with a little black pepper, taking care not to over mix. Toast the bread lightly on both sides, then pile with the crab mayonnaise, adding a few slices of radish to each, and a sprig or two of samphire.
Courtesy of Guardian read more at:  http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2013/jul/20/nigel-slater-perfect-summer-food?


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