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For over a week now, the scare over needles found in Australian strawberries, apples and bananas have continued to send jitters down the spines of not just Australians and the many places where the fruits are sold, but even other parts of the world!
Good day Everyone, welcome to another exciting time on Gourmetguide234.com!
Today, one of our dynamic chef Mr Ifedayo Emmanuel, who is a chef at Sherifyt Royale Hotel and suite, spoke to us on our food channel about a Mexican cuisine called Gaucamole Sauce and French toast.
The U.S. National Confectioners Association has listed today 13 September as International Chocolate Day!
The U.S. National Confectioners Association listed three other primary chocolate holidays on their calendar.
Yam is a household name in Nigeria! And the new yam season has however taken off in many parts of the most populous black nation of the world… special thanks to the fruitful and fertile land called NIGERIA.
As a common name for some species in the genus Dioscorea family (Dioscoreaceae), this root vegetable is a perennial herbaceous vine cultivated for the consumption of its starchy tuber in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Oceania.
Scientists say they have discovered why some vegetables like cabbage, broccoli and kale – can reduce the risk of bowel cancers. The calciferous vegetable is said to be good for the gut has never been in doubt but a detailed explanation has been elusive.
This is according to the BBC.
Researchers in the Highlands of Scotland are giving farmed salmon feed made from genetically modified crops.
The aim of the scientific trial is to increase the nutritional value of the fish. The feed is said to be rich in healthy fish oils, which the team hope will be absorbed by the salmon.
Today on our delicacy news, one of us Adeyemi Jeremiah, an Agricultural Engineer interviewed Miss Adeola a final year student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso where she is studying Accountancy.
She talked to us about a Nigerian meal called Egbo (Beans and Corn).