PÂO DE LO by Nuno Mendes

PÂO DE LO by Nuno Mendes

PÂO DE LO cake recipe by Nuno Mendes,from the book “Lisboeta: Recipes from Portugal City of Light” My kind of a dessert! Serves 4 100g caster sugar 4 whole eggs plus 1 egg yolk 80ml olive oil 20g plain flour Extra-virgin olive oil, to serve Sea salt flakes, to serve…

4
May
Topic: Ingredients
What is Umami, anyway?

What is Umami, anyway?

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

What is Umami, anyway?

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

A single word holds the key to the magic to so much of what we understand about the world of taste and flavour today – Umami. But what is this famous fifth taste, where do we find it, and why is it that we can’t get enough of it? In…

15
Apr
Umami and Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Umami and Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Umami and Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

In part of our series umami from around the globe, we have the pleasure of speaking with Ricardo Sanchez, who is gradually taking over the family business from his father Arturo. The term umami is closely related to pure, acorn-fed Iberico Jamon. As a family business, Arturo Sanchez have followed…

15
Apr
Green Tea & Umami: the Extraordinary Journey of Green Tea from Japan to Portugal, with Nina Gruntkowski and Chá Camélia

Green Tea & Umami: the Extraordinary Journey of Green Tea from Japan to Portugal, with Nina Gruntkowski and Chá Camélia

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Green Tea & Umami: the Extraordinary Journey of Green Tea from Japan to Portugal, with Nina Gruntkowski and Chá Camélia

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Umami is synonymous with Japan in many ways, in everything from their cuisine to their tea ceremonies, but there’s no reason the illusive ‘fifth taste’ can’t be produced in other countries too. This was exactly the thought that struck journalist Nina Gruntowski one day, when she discovered that green tea…

15
Apr
Essential restaurants in Rome

Essential restaurants in Rome

Essential restaurants in Rome

7
Apr
The  fascinating world of Khan Saffron

The fascinating world of Khan Saffron

The fascinating world of Khan Saffron

In our quest to discover the world’s best ingredients, there is one that shines more golden than any other. Saffron. The most magnificent of all spices, worth more than its weight in gold, has four thousand years of history that extends across many cultures, continents and civilizations. We speak to…

8
Jan
Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Salty and packed with umami – El Capricho anchovies

Luxeat Insider · 13th ED.

Salty and packed with umami, these tiny fish add an intense meatiness to a variety of dishes. To taste a truly exquisite anchovy though makes the supermarket equivalent pale into insignificance. El Capricho produce just such anchovies in Santoña, Cantabria – a small town on the coast of northern Spain…

17
Nov '21
Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

Father and Son: The story of Iberico Ham, as told by Ricardo Sanchez

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

When thinking about the world’s most luxurious and sought-after products, Iberico Ham must surely come close to the top of the list. In part of our series on the finest products from different countries around the globe, Luxeat editors have the pleasure of speaking with Ricardo Sanchez, who is gradually…

17
Nov '21
Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

Rosa Lafuente: A Historic Legacy of Galician Sardines with Francisco Lafuente

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

The spanish coast has a long tradition of canning sardines, and the quality of these salty little parcels of joy can vary hugely. Rosa Lafuente is among the best, having operated in Galicia for over 100 years. We sat down to talk to Francisco Lafuente, who is the fourth generation…

17
Nov '21
Tragedy and joy: the tale of an olive grove in Corsica

Tragedy and joy: the tale of an olive grove in Corsica

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

Tragedy and joy: the tale of an olive grove in Corsica

Luxeat Insider · th ED.

By Pascale Migozzi Oliu Di E SERRE is the name of my olive oil. Before telling you more about it, I will go back in time to tell you my story, because there are no new adventures without big changes. As part of Luxeat’s series on outstanding produce from around…

17
Nov '21
Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

Vicente Todolí: Art and Citrus – Re-imagining Citrus Growing in Valencia

Luxeat Insider · 10th ED.

ByPhoebe Hunt The Spanish region of Valencia is one of the best known areas for citrus in the entire world. Oranges, lemons, grapefruits and limes are exported by the tonne from this fertile corner of the Mediterranean, bringing a taste of Spanish sunshine to our supermarkets. But this is the…

17
Jul '21