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This article was first published on CIBUS magazine / April 2012. It’s easy to get it wrong and end up with a messy, mushy mass on your plate. But if you learn about the three decisive elements of how to make the perfect risotto then you can enjoy the versatility of this Italian dish. Risotto […]

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My mission to understand the meaning of ‘love’ felt, and still feels somewhat complicated. After spending my childhood years hearing the sublime ending of fairy tales ‘and they lived happily ever after’, my teenage years reading the romantic fiction of Danielle Steele and watching amorous movies where love is the be-all and end-all, I automatically […]

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It’s that time of year again when you start taking out your cookbooks, look up recipes on the internet and prepare menus for Christmas events. I love this task! Yet sometimes the clock’s evil hand goes fast and leaves us short of time so it is always wise to have a couple of easy recipes, […]

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Attention food lovers: block Sunday 4th December on your calendars! Eatmania will be participating in the Malta Artisan Christmas Fair which will be held at the Phoenicia Hotel in Floriana. For this special event Eatmania is proud to provide you with an array of traditional specialties synonymous with the Christmas season. Everything is prepared home-made […]

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Waking up to the thought of having a celebrity chef waiting for you to pick him up is unbeatable. Just right in the midst of my marriage plans, chef Gabriele Ferron, flew over to Malta, directly from Verona to host a degustation event of rice and risotto. Only on the morning of the 2nd July, […]

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By Karl Vassallo as told to Adam Warner It wasn’t the scale of the place that impressed me at first, but rather the size of an event that was dedicated solely to rice, specifically risotto rice. I was at the Fiera del Riso in the village of Isola della Scala just outside Verona. A village […]

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For many years the only type of rice I associated with risotto was Arborio. This happened for two main reasons. First of all, Arborio, was the only type of rice available on our supermarket shelves. Secondly, my poor rice education kept me linking risotto with Arborio. Today, after collecting information and experiences from my brother […]

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Why Bologna is called La Grassa

Friends call me for a restaurant suggestion, text me for a quick recipe or, politely, invite themselves over to indulge in some of my flamboyant dishes. They are well aware that food is my obsession so they fill me up with any foodie-related info. On one foggy December evening, over a glass of red wine and a scrumptious […]

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Eatmania is blooming

Eatmania is blooming. Food ideas and inspirations keep steaming our minds and the result is here – we are launching our new products for you to indulge in since we are importing exclusive Italian food to bring genuine and natural tastes to your tables. Masseria Maida introduces preservative-free products, made from high quality ingredients by […]

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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 7,250 times in 2010. That’s about 17 full 747s. In […]

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