Gastronomy and Cooking are terms often used interchangeably, but there are actually some important differences between the two.
Comfort food is a term that refers to food that brings a feeling of comfort and well-being when consumed. It makes us feel at home, brings back fond memories, and soothes us.
There is no known direct link between Caesar Salad and the Roman Emperor, but the Italian-American chef Cesare Cardini in Tijuana, Mexico, is credited with its creation. It is much appreciated in the United States where it spread around the world.
The origin of this recipe goes back to Sicily in Italy, where Capone fish is part of a recipe often used by the local aristocracy.
Flexitarianism is a term used to describe the choice of people who do not follow a strictly vegetarian or vegan diet, but who reduce or avoid the consumption of meat and other animal products in their meals.
The pumpkin is a fruit of the squash and is named after several species of plants in the family Cucurbitaceae. Native to South America, it is cultivated throughout the world as an extremely nutritious and tasty fruit. In Brazil, pumpkin has been cultivated for a long time and was already part of the indigenous diet, long before colonization.