5 Minute Read | By Gino De Blasio Stage 12 and we are getting more extreme both in foods and in tenuous links, but that’s why you read this, right? Anyway, today we tackle the 1980’s food conundrum that was, fizzy water. Moreover, what is the way that we have moved away from such exotic … Continue reading Stage 12 – May 19 – Noale to Bibione – When Perrier isn’t good enough!
You can’t fault a pastry chef for trying. It was 2013 when Dominique Ansel unleashed the Cronut, the pastry mixture of the croissant and donut. If ever there was going to be a grammatically challenging blended word, Cronut would be it’s love child. News stories spread across the globe that a small bakery in New … Continue reading Hello Frankenfoods, The Original Was You, Cronut!
Whether it was walking through the wall of the great wall of China, making the Statue of Liberty disappear or floating across the the Grand Canyon, David Copperfield’s level of showmanship was unmatched in the 80’s. The A-Team may have had the cool montages, Knightrider the car chases, Miami Vice the style icons, Magnum PI … Continue reading When Foreign Words Are Supposedly Showmanship
The year was 2013, not that long ago really. Humans were attending restaurants, as they did on a regular basis and started acting… well… strange. Many will have guessed from the title where this is going, but there is a food phenomenon that is happening underneath our very noses, and it has nothing to do … Continue reading How We All Became A Little David Loftus
When it comes to eating fish and chips, we all love that first taste of biting into that glorious, golden, fluffy chip. The amount of times we have stood at a counter at the local chippy scoffing on any the kind people behind the counter are willing to dish out whilst you wait has left … Continue reading What Makes A Chip, A Chip?
Well, it’s my birthday. So what better way to celebrate with a good story about rock’s greatest drummer and a lifetime hotel ban. Enjoy. August 23rd 1967, Atwood Stadium, The Who open for Herman’s Hermits. Keith Moon was on a roll, the band were in full swing – a hyper-intensive swing – so powerful was … Continue reading How A Birthday Cake Meant That Keith Moon Could Never Enter A Holiday Inn, Ever Again
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