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Richard Stewart

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Fri 16 Dec, 2005 02:07 am - I am just curios to know when the classical expression "Real men don't eat sushi" first occurred and in what context? Anyone knows :?: what year and perhaps who said it? (view)
Sun 23 Oct, 2005 11:01 am - Filmjolk is a very traditional thick sour milk, preferably consumed for breakfast in Sweden (e.g with muesli) or as a snack meal. On the Swedish dairy company website they write that it is made... (view)
Wed 22 Dec, 2004 05:18 am - Here we serve our kids a varm and cooked meal for lunch and the school lunches are free for all children between the age of 6 and 15. Many schools have a small lunch fee for puplis between the age... (view)
Wed 8 Dec, 2004 03:41 am - I have a question on a typical side dish served in Sweden when you order pizza. After ordering your pizza you go to the (small) salad bar and take a plate of the pizza salad. It is made of white... (view)
Fri 4 Jun, 2004 04:46 am - I think it most certainly will be fine. Food isn't always so easy to destroy. :wink: Please let us know what it taste like compared with "fresh" baked potatoes. You might have made... (view)
Wed 5 May, 2004 12:37 am - Margo - Yes I agree that the food on restaurants in Sweden are not so good, especially not the food at the cheaper restaurants, not to mention the road restaurants. Often to little vegetables and... (view)
Tue 4 May, 2004 01:11 am - Interesting comments on trends and their origin. The internet must be of major importance as a trend "distributor". I have done some reserach on how chefs get inspired in their work with... (view)
Thu 29 Apr, 2004 08:07 am - Food and meal trends are coming over us. One year its sushi, the next year its italian food and just now (at least here in Sweden) the lebanese cuisine is very popular on the most fancy... (view)
Tue 27 Apr, 2004 12:46 am - It is so interesting to hear of all the different types of butter. But I must ask: What is "boutique butter"? It sounds most fashionable. Is there different types of "boutiqe... (view)
Mon 26 Apr, 2004 09:33 am - I forgot to say that I'm also interested in other countries butter "taste" tradition and preferences, round the world. (view)
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