This week Eatosi takes a look at Hugh Jackman, sorry, Chicken Tikka Massala, it’s hard to not get confused between the two… Mont Blanc has a new brand ambassador. The German company owned by Americans that has a distinctly French name couldn’t have chosen a more apt product ambassador than, Hugh Jackman; an Australian whose … Continue reading Why Hugh Jackman is the Tikka Masala of acting
Back for another instalment of Eatosi, and this week we look at a northern English favourite, HotPot. What are the odds that one can kill you? You’ll just have to keep on reading. What are the odds of dying in Coronation Street? The famous soap, known, loved and adored by generatia across the tiny island … Continue reading What are the odds of a hotpot killing you?
This week we’re looking at the only thing that brings all Italians together, coffee, oh and a man named George, and his charming black polar neck. With his black polar neck and cheeky smile, nothing could stop George that day. Walking in like he owned the establishment, he catches the gaze of two women and … Continue reading When a man named George had a coffee…
Today’s Eatosi is based in the twin city of, Manchester, and where the author can be found energetically doing his paid day job! Did you know that Barcelona prides itself on having an area measuring nearly 260 football fields for pedestrians; that must be why Messi is so good, right? Like many before, and many … Continue reading If Gaudi only discovered a tapas bar…
Today’s Eatosi ventures to one of the twin cities of Manchester, Amsterdam. Known for its tulips, canals, bikes, red light district and “cafe’s” did you also know that over 70% of bacon consumed in the world comes from, Amsterdam?! The town of Moore, Oklahoma was affected earlier this year by tornadoes which had swept across … Continue reading The Waffle House Index
Palmiro Togliatti had been shot. Italy’s leading Communist leader in the post war was a crucial figure of the day to day running of a nation. Whilst parliament was heavily controlled by the Christian democrats, the working class, the ones responsible for the re-birth of Italy were anything but. The country was economically desolate and … Continue reading When Bartali saved Italy… and cucina povera was born
French football was in the doldrums. Not since Michel Platini graced the field, had anyone come into the team that could be a match day winner. Of course, Eric Cantona was probably equal to the man as a footballer, more erudite as a poet for sure; but Cantona’s constant falling out with the football federation … Continue reading Les Blues sont Brulee!