The Ultimate Guide to Whisky
Whisky, or the water of life, as our Gaelic ancestors referred to it, has been around for hundreds of years. The distillation process that creates whisky is hard to pinpoint; from Arabs using it to make perfume to Christian monks. Farmers in the Scottish Highlands were also known to distil spirits from their surplus barley in the 1400s. In the years since whisky has become synonymous with Scotland, but they’re not all the same. Whisky is now made in countries as diverse as Ireland, Australia, India, Taiwan and the USA. As such there are multiple different types of whisky, all with their... ❯❯❯
Do You Have the Right Taste for Food Gifts?
Don’t even think about the holidays (even though many businesses would say otherwise). With the heat of the summer keeping many people nationwide indoors for portions of the day that makes for a great time to think about food. Okay, when isn’t there a great time to think about food? Even though you may love to eat, you also might have some family members or friends fitting that description too. If so, that can lead to some interesting decisions for you to face. Among them, what kind of gifts should you buy for those individuals who love both food and spending time in their... ❯❯❯
5 Ways to Expand Your Menu
A restaurant’s menu is often seen as the core of a restaurant, as it is connected to all other aspects within the restaurant. Moreover, a restaurant’s menu is one of the most effective marketing tools a restaurant has, for the dishes offered have the ability to bring in customers. Additionally, a restaurant’s menu influences many other aspects of the business. The items on the menu determine the restaurant’s prices, the equipment a restaurant needs, who to hire, and what food suppliers a restaurant will need. However, just as an innovative menu can bring in droves... ❯❯❯
Yoruba Foods and How To Make Ewedu Soup
I want to talk about Yoruba foods and how to make ewedu soup which is likely the most popular Yoruba soup. I have lived in the Yoruba land for close to six years now, it is a very wonderful part of Nigeria. The state is inhabited by the people of Yoruba and a mixture of other Nigerian tribes. If you live in a Yoruba dominated state you will likely be coaxed into eating some of their foods. Yoruba foods are a lot different from what you get in other part of the country. There are over three hundred different tribes in Nigeria so it is expected that the foods from one tribe would be slightly... ❯❯❯