Fruit Cake

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Fruit Cake

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Fruit Cake

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Fruit Cake

Fruit cake made with soaked unsweetened dried fruit. A festive, flavorful, and moist fruit cake to enjoy all holiday season. This family recipe will make you a fruit cake convert. A traditional moist fruit cake made with brandy soaked dried fruit, and candied ginger. The best fruit cake recipe you’ll ever make. It turns cynics into converts. This fruit cake recipe yields two loaves cakes.

Ingredient

1/4 cup Dried Peaches
1/4 cup Dried Apricots
1/4 cup Dried Pears
1/4 cup Dried Dark Raisins
1/4 cup Dried Candied Ginger
1/4 cup Dried Dried Fig
1/4 cup Dried Cherry
3/4 cup Walnuts
1 cup Brandy
2 cup Flour
1 tbsp Baking Powder
1 tbsp Baking Soda
2 tbsp Nutmeg
2 tbsp Cinnamon
2 tbsp Ginger
3/4 cup Olive Extra Virgin Oil
2 Eggs
2 tbsp Vanilla Extract
2 tbsp Maple Syrup
2 tbsp Honey
2 Apple Sauce
6 Maraschino Cherry
Syringe 1 ml
Brandy

Preparation

  • 1. Chopped Dried Fruits
  • 2. In a bowl, stir together the fruits, walnuts, and brandy.
  • 3. Cover and let soak for at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours, stirring a few times during the soak.
  • 4. Aluminum foil two loaves cakes.
  • 5. Preheat the oven to 300F.
  • 6. In a bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, spice, baking powder. Set aside.
  • 7. In a bowl, whisk together the olive extra virgin oil, vanilla extract, maple syrup, honey, apple sauce, eggs. Set aside.
  • 8. Bowl olive and dried fruits, whisk together.
  • 9. Bowl olive, dried fruits, and flour, whisk together.
  • 10. Divide the batter evenly among the two baking pans.
  • 11. Bake for 2 hours or until a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean.
  • 12. Let the cakes cool in the pan for 10 minutes.
  • 13. Run a knife around the cake to release it from the edges.
  • 14. Remove and place them on a cooling rack.
  • 15. Aluminum foil two loaves cakes.
  • 15. Generously syringe of the cakes with brandy.
  • 16. Maraschino Cherry.
  • 17. Aluminum foil for wrapping fruit cake.
  • 18. Store the cakes for up to 8 weeks.

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Food Culture (Mexico City 2006)

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Food Culture

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Food Culture

I have been reminded many times recently on the vast contrasts between population with and without food culture. The easiest definition of what is food culture, in my mind, is that populations or people who have food culture live to eat, and those who don’t eat to live. Reduce to its bare essentials this is the simplest definition.

Generally in the northern parts of North America, meaning Canada and the US, the majority of the people do not live to eat, they generally eat to live, thus the great popularity of fast food. The French influence in Quebec is prevalent, though it is moderated by the North American influence, thus the food culture is not uniformly distributed in all the population.

The current climate in North America that is dominated by gourmet food and all of those food channels on TV is not real food culture, as it is a recent fad, and like all fads it will probably fade in the long term. There is also an elitist aspect to that fad that is not part of what I consider food culture. The good thing with such fads is that it may penetrate part of the population and in the long term help establish food culture in some groups of the population.

Our recent trip to Veracruz reminded me of the prevalence of food in my life, and what I consider the tenets of food culture. Like in most regions of Mexico the general population has a much closer relationship with food than elsewhere in North America. It is a cultural thing and people of all classes take their time to eat and enjoy it, and food is an essential part of appreciating daily life.

You see it in the town as people goes out to eat in the middle of the day, and take the time to enjoy the food and relax while eating it. A lot of offices have a 2 hour lunch time, since people like to take the time to enjoy their food. While we were visiting Veracruz we went to various places where the locals congregate to enjoy specialties at various times of the day. On one morning we went to Las Anitas, a little place in the industrial neighborhood that specializes in “Gorditas” and “Picaditas”. We went a little late for breakfast but the place was still crowded and people were eating like there was no tomorrow. On the way out of town we stopped for breakfast at Las Farolitos which was completely full in the middle of the morning, and which specializes in “Tamales De Elote” and other local specialties.

We went to a few seafood restaurants that were both excellent and relatively cheap for the type of meal we could get there. We were in town only for a few days so we did not have a chance to drive a little bit out of the town and visit little fishing villages where supremely good fresh seafood cost less than a fast food meal. We will definitely go back there to visit as the both the food and the people are great and the atmosphere is inviting and relaxing.

Even in Mexico City you see it in the outdoor markets where the food vendors are full of client from early morning to the end of the day, and you can barely move when it is lunch time. On Sunday morning everybody goes out to eat with the family and everywhere from nice restaurants to street vendors are full of clients. The same is true in the evenings where everybody goes out for an evening snack, and itinerant vendors shout their wares even in residential neighborhoods. From “Tamales” to “Sweet Breads”, to “Camotes”, everybody comes out to grab something to eat.

There is a complete obsession for food at all levels of society and traditional food are still king, and the penetration of most fast food place is not as great as other places due to a rich food culture that is shared by everybody. Of course the convenience of fast food is very attractive for the busy families, but a lot of people are more inclined in eating at local fast food concessions, thus in a way the food culture is still prevalent and tied to the local culture.

I will come back to the subject in the coming weeks, and drop me a note in the comments or via email on what is your relationship with food in your neck of the world and how does it compare to the local population.

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Strawberry And Cream

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Strawberry And Cream

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Strawberry

The garden strawberry is a widely grown hybrid species of the genus Fragaria, collectively known as the strawberries, which are cultivated worldwide for their fruit. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red color, juicy texture, and sweetness. It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as jam, juice, pies, ice cream, milkshakes, and chocolates.

Strawberry And Cream

An easy, no-cook, yet delicious treat that comes with history and tradition. Strawberries and cream have long been served at Wimbledon since the first tournament in 1877 and since Monday is the start of this 2 week tennis event, and the history.

It is believed that it was King George V who first brought strawberries and cream to Wimbledon in the early 1900. Strawberries were the only fruit available at the time and apparently strawberries were very fashionable to eat at that time. Nothing says summer has arrived in England more than the Wimbledon tennis championship. It is the highlight of the British summer social calendar and anyone who’s anyone will be attending.

Strawberry And Cream

Ingredient

  • 12 Strawberries
  • 4 tbsp Cream

Preparation

  • 1. 6 strawberries to each bowl
  • 2. Pour over the cream
  • 3. Serve

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Lucito

Caesar Salad Lucito

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Caesar Salad Lucito

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Caesar Salad

A Caesar salad is a green salad of romaine lettuce and croutons dressed with lime juice, olive oil, egg, Worcestershire sauce, anchovies, garlic, Dijon mustard, Parmesan cheese, and black pepper. In its original form, this salad was prepared and served tableside.

The salad’s creation is generally attributed to the restaurateur Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant who operated restaurants in Mexico and the United States. His daughter Rosa recounted that her father invented the salad at his restaurant Caesar’s, at the Hotel Caesar in Tijuana, Mexico, when a Fourth of July rush in 1924 depleted the kitchen’s supplies. Cardini made do with what he had, adding the dramatic flair of the table-side tossing “By The Chef”. Cardini was living in San Diego, but he was also working in Tijuana, where he avoided the restrictions of Prohibition.

Caesar Salad Lucito

Ingredient

1/2 Iceberg Lettuce
1 Tomato
4 oz Shredded Turkey
4 tbsp Caesar Salad Dressing
3 tbsp Parmesan and Romano Cheese
Salt and Pepper

Preparation

1. Iceberg Lettuce
2. Diced Tomato
3. Turkey
4. Caesar Salad Dressing
5. Parmesan and Romano Cheese

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Hors d’Oeuvre and Apéritif Lucito (December 2014)

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Hors d'Oeuvre and Apéritif Lucito

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Hors d’Oeuvre

Hors d’Oeuvre in modern French table service and that of much of the is a dish served before the main course of a meal. Hors d’Oeuvres may be served at the dinner table as a part of the meal, or they may be served before seating, such as at a reception or cocktail party.

Apéritif

An apéritif is an alcoholic beverage usually served before a meal to stimulate the appetite, and is usually dry rather than sweet. Common choices for an apéritif are vermouth; champagne; pastis; gin; ouzo; fino, amontillado or other styles of dry sherry.

Hors d’Oeuvre and Apéritif Lucito

Ingredient

4 tbs Peanuts
4 tbs Cashews
4 tbs Almonds
2 tbs Peanuts Chile
4 tbs Classic Hummus
2 Medium Glass Oak Leaf White Zinfandel

Preparation

1. Ingredients
2. Wine

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Moules Lucito (December 2014)

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Moules Lucito

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Moules Lucito

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Moules Lucito

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Moules et Frites

Moules et frites is a main dish of moules and French fries originating in Belgium. The title of the dish is French with the Dutch name for the dish meaning the same. It is considered the national dish of Belgium.

Although Moules et Frites are popular in many countries, it is thought that the dish originated in Belgium. It is likely that it was originally created by combining moules, a popular and cheap foodstuff eaten around the Flemish coast, and fried potatoes which were commonly eaten around the country in winter when no fish or other food was available. In both Belgium and France, Moules et Frites are available in most restaurants, depending on season.

Moules Lucito

Ingredient

2 pounds moules
2 cups white wine
4 tbs half and half
2 tbs dried chives
2 tbs dried onion
2 tbs dried garlic
1 tbs dried thyme
salt and pepper

Preparation

1. In a wide pot.
2. Add white wine, half and half, chives, onion, garlic, thyme, salt, and pepper.
3. Add bring to a boil over high heat.
4. Add moules, cover, and cook until about 5 minutes.
5. Transfer moules to serving bowls with a spoon.

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Quiches Salmon Lucito (January 2015)

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Quiches Salmon Lucito (January 2015)

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Quiches Salmon Lucito (January 2015)

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Quiches Salmon Lucito

Quiche is a French tart consisting of pastry crust filled with savoury custard and pieces of cheese, meat, seafood or vegetables. It is savory. Quiche can be served hot or cold. It is popular worldwide. The generic term, pastry base and sides, with various chopped fillings set in an egg/milk mix. There are many variants of quiche, using a wide variety of ingredients. Variants may be named descriptively, often in French.

Although quiche is known as a dish of classic French cuisine, historical records indicate that quiche actually originated in Germany in the middle ages in the medieval kingdom of Lothringen, which the French later occupied and renamed Lorraine. The word “quiche” is from the German “Kuchen”, meaning cake.

Ingredient

1 diced onion
2 tbs dried sweet basil
2 tbs dried chives
4 oz mushrooms sliced
4 eggs, lighty beaten
1 cups half and half
6 oz Smoked Atlantic Nova Salmon
3 oz baby swiss cheese
3 oz sharp cheddar cheese
3 oz extra shard cheddar cheese
1 unbaked 9 inch pie crust
salt and pepper

Preparation

1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C).
2. In a medium bowl, whisk together eggs, half and half, salt, pepper, basil, chives, onion, salmon and cheese.
3. Pour mixture into pastry shell.
4. Bake 15 minutes in the preheated oven. Reduce heat to 300 degrees F (150 degrees C), and bake an additional 30 minutes, or until a knife inserted 1 inch from edge comes out clean. Allow quiche to sit 10 minutes before cutting into wedges.

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Una Introducción al Vino – 2010 – Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?

En catas más formales se espera que tome notas. Estas notas son muy útiles para mantener un registro sobre cual fue su experiencia al probar el vino.

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Una Introducción al Vino - 2010 - Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?
¡Primero Utilizamos Nuestros Ojos!

  • Primero empezamos con nuestros ojos e inspeccionamos el vino por su color y claridad.
  • Esto se hace poniendo la copa de vino contra un fondo blanco para inspeccionarlo.
  • Por esto utilizamos copas de vinos sin color y ponemos manteles blancos sobre las mesas.
  • ¿Es el color profundo o muy claro?
  • ¿Es el color del vino lo como debe ser?
  • ¿Está el vino brillante u oxidado en su copa?
  • ¿Es el vino claro o nebuloso?

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Una Introducción al Vino - 2010 - Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?

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Una Introducción al Vino - 2010 - Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?
¡Segundo Nosotros Utilizamos Nuestra Nariz!

  • Después de inspeccionar el vino uno gira su copa para levantar el vino al lado de la copa.
  • Ahora ponemos nuestra nariz en la copa y tomamos un respiro profundo dentro de esta.
  • ¿Existe algún olor desagradable en la copa?
  • ¿El aroma del vino es poderoso o muy delicado?
  • El olfato es uno de nuestros sentidos más poderosos y puede despertar recuerdos olvidados hace tiempo.
  • Existe un lenguaje complejo que los catadores profesionales de vino utilizan para describir ambos el olfato y el gusto de un vino.

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Una Introducción al Vino - 2010 - Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?

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Una Introducción al Vino - 2010 - Sección 17

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¿Cómo Catar El Vino?
¡Tercero Utilizamos La Boca!

  • Para hacer eso se necesita tomar un trago muy pequeño del vino.
  • Necesita saborear y dejarlo descansar sobre la parte frontal de su lengua.
  • Entonces se abren los labios ligeramente sin derramar nada de vino y aspirar algo de aire sobre el vino en su boca hacienda un sonido de sorbo.
  • Entonces se sacude el vino en su boca para obtener una mejor idea de cómo se siente y como sabe en su boca.
  • A este punto un catador profesional que probará unas docenas de vinos a la vez, lo escupirá en la escupidera, pero como nosotros estamos haciendo esto por diversión nosotros tragaremos el vino.

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Conclusión

Esto nos lleva al final de la parte teórica de este curso sobre el maravilloso mundo del vino. Comencé a estudiar los vinos hace más de 45 años y cada vez que pruebo una gran botella de vino es una gran experiencia para mí. Traté de pasarles algo de mi entusiasmo por el tema, y un poco de conocimiento básico para hacer a los vinos un poco menos misteriosos. Ustedes no necesitan hacer catas formales todos lo días, pero cada vez que abran una botella de vino sólo tómense unos pocos segundos para ir concientemente a través de los pasos básicos para probarlo adecuadamente y con el tiempo ustedes se volverán expertos en esto. Como todo en la vida la práctica hace al maestro, y ¿qué es más divertido que practicar la cata del vino diariamente?

Ahora pasaremos al aspecto práctico del curso y probaremos 7 vinos diferentes y tomaremos notas de ellos.

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Una Introducción al Vino – 2010 – Sección 16

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El Orden Para Servir Los Vinos

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  • Similarmente a las temperaturas el orden para servir el vino va del más ligero al de cuerpo entero.
  • La idea de ir del vino más débil al más fuerte es para prevenir que el vino más fuerte deje su sabor en la boca ocultando el sabor del vino más ligero si se estuvieran bebiendo en la otra dirección.

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Combinaciones Básicas De Vino Y Comida

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  • Lo mejor que hay que hacer es complementar la comida con un vino que tenga las mismas características.
  • Comida con sabor fuerte debe combinarse con vinos de sabor fuerte, comidas ligeras y delicadas con vinos ligeros y delicados.
  • De esta manera la experiencia será placentera y cualquier comida será un éxito. Esta simple regla deja mucho más libertad y no es tan restrictiva como las formas antiguas.
  • Dependiendo del tipo de comida o evento que planeo preparar, seleccione el vino primero y entonces combino la comida que va bien con el vino, o hago al revés planeo mi menú y entonces combino los vinos con la comida que voy a servir.

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Una Introducción al Vino – 2010 – Sección 15

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Los Tipos de Copas – Vino Tinto

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  • Las copas de vino tinto deben ser más altas que las copas de vino blanco.
  • Beben tener un borde más alto y más amplio.
  • El borde grande ayuda al vino a desarrollar su propio aroma (bouquet).

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Los Tipos de Copas – Vino Blanco

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  • Las copas para vino blanco normalmente tienen un borde más pequeño y una boca más angosta.
  • Los vinos blancos son más delicados que los vinos tingos y no necesitan mucho espacio para desarrollar su aroma (bouquet).
  • Debe ser más angosto en la boca, para enfocarse en el aroma (bouquet).
  • Las copas generalmente deben tener la forma de un tulipán.

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Los Tipos de Copas – Vino Espumoso

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  • Una copa alta y delgada.
  • Preferentemente con un borde más angosto para ayudar a mantener esas burbujas en el vino.
  • Las copas amplias comercializadas como “Copas de Champagne” hace que el vino espumoso pierde sus burbujas muy rápidamente.

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Los Tipos de Copas – Cata

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  • Una copa más pequeña que se ve como una copa encogida de vino espumoso.
  • Está hecha para recibir una pequeña porción de vino que se utiliza den catas.
  • Estandarizada para poder mejor comparar los diferentes tipos de vinos utilizando una sola herramienta.
  • La forma y el tamaño de estas copas es parte de la Asociación Internacional Estándar (ISO) estándar (ISO 3591:1977).

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