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The history of food

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Meringue & Company

It is said that, in 1720, the pastry chef, the swiss of Italian origins, Gasparini invented this dessert to conquer the princess Mary, daughter of the Polish king Stanislaus Leszczynski and the betrothed of Louis XV. The princess was so enthusiastic and sweet that he wanted to meet in person the pastry...

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The dandelion

The dandelion

The dandelion is a plant that since ancient times, like many others, is considered a magic herb and used, then, as the oracle: if all of its achenes fly in a single breath, the dreams of lovers are present, the wishes will come true or you will spend a wonderful year.According to the legend, fairies,...

The Honey

The Honey

The honey is a substance that bees produce by sucking, from the flowers or from plants, nectar or other saps.Since prehistoric times, the bee is known and appreciated for its utility: artistic representations, odes, songs and verses have been written in every age, because honey, for thousands of years,...

The beer

Water, cereals and yeast bread? No, BEER!!!! Of course it is a matter of proportions, but, with the same ingredients as the bread, you get beer, the drink is more thirst-quenching and pleasant part of the story. Since the 3000.C., in Mesopotamia, probably at the Sumerians, and the master bakers were...

The peas

The peas

The peas, along with some cereals and legumes were among the first species cultivated by man around 8,000 years ago, their origin perhaps in China. Benefit, later, by the Greeks and Romans were made out of dried and used to make a flour which is very nutritious, with whom he prepared a sort of polenta....