by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read ASDA clearly knew what it was doing. It is not the first time that the debate surrounding ketchup and how it should be stored would cause uproar. A simple google search would point to a Boris Johnson Reddit thread from 2014, it’s hard to miss, it’s the … Continue reading How Ketchup broke the Fake News cycle… kind of…
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read There are times when flying to certain foreign countries can leave you with a sense of culinary dredd; none more so than the charming yet equally confusing, Switzerland. For all of its natural beauty, impressive chocolate, your bowels stand a greater chance of survival in a quarantined … Continue reading Lessons From A Swiss Village, Raclette
by Gino De Blasio | 5 Minute Read “Porridge and the urban lifestyle don’t mix well.” Fergus Henderson, chef and author may not be a fan of the instant variety, but the second man on the moon certainly was. Yes, that’s right, Buzz Aldrin. In what is a coup for a porridge company, Buzz Aldrin, … Continue reading Buzz Aldrin, He’s Cooler Than You, He Eats Porridge
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “How is it that this nation, a land where impatience is the key to everyday life can afford to queue for nearly 20 minutes at a time for a coffee. It makes no sense.” No one famous said this, that would be how other articles written on … Continue reading Lessons From A Danish Coffee House
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “The beauty of this test is, it’s simple if you know it, very difficult if you don’t.” When a two michelin starred chef points out this blindingly obvious logistical quagmire, it shouldn’t really shock, but this is different. This is a contest “where there is no prize … Continue reading How Confusing Is Carbonara, Really?
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read Jerry Seinfeld once famously quipped, “What is this obsession people have with books? They put them in their houses like they’re trophies. What do you need it for after you read it?” Dusting off your last Dostoevsky novel before your more learned friends come over is of … Continue reading What Do Your Cookbooks Say About You?
by Gino De Blasio | 7 Minute Read “I’m ready to die. I’m done with life. I’m done with this show. I hate this show.” Food Beast writer, Sean Fahmy has just had a horrible experience with tequila; who hasn’t! The “No You’re Not” shot contains more than your standard Mexican spirit. Salt, pico de … Continue reading Tequila, not the enemy we think it is!
by Gino De Blasio | 7 Minute Read Should you ever want to take a tour of London in a different way, you can. There is now the Negroni tour. A word two consonants away from getting you a thirteen match ban if you were a professional footballer, it has become the latest way to … Continue reading An Italian Mixer, Your Inception Into Becoming Italian
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “Enjoying a gin and tonic makes you a psychopath!”, apparently. The latest in clickbait and media trivial headlines had the internet and social media buzzing. If there was one title to make you click on clickbait ever again after “10 child stars that have grown up to … Continue reading Gin, A Social Status For Tinder, A Psychopath Test For Click Bait