Swiss & international food & health trends 27 March

Recent tweets @RamblingEpicure and @SwissFoodies, 27 March 2010 Food and health Fooducate New blog post: Americans Expect and Want Government Nutrition Advice. GHChealth Study: Eating slowly can actually help you cut calories and eat less. THE RAMBLING EPICURE Eggs & pregnancy. Is it still really necessary to only thoroughly cooked eggs? Reuters_Health A1c diabetes test […]

Swiss and international restaurant notes 22 March

Recent tweets @RamblingEpicure and @SwissFoodies Restaurants THE RAMBLING EPICURE Dining in France: reviews by professional food writers. THE RAMBLING EPICURE Theosophical dining in Crissier. SwissFoodies THE RAMBLING EPICURE Look at this list of all the Michelin- and GaultMillau-listed restaurants in Geneva. Impressive! THE RAMBLING EPICURE Lake Geneva Region restaurant listings. SwissFoodies THE RAMBLING EPICURE You […]

Swiss and international food trends 18 March

News for real foodies: recent tweets @RamblingEpicure and @SwissFoodies: Food topics and trends 18 March 2010 SeattleTallPopp Waaa?!? Forget goat or cow milk cheese. NYC Chef Angerer makes breast milk cheese. Milk source? His wife! Recipe. THE RAMBLING EPICURE How To Never Look Fat Again: Dressing Thinner. Time Magazine. guardianfood Is molecular gastronomy dead? by […]

Mindful Eating from a Buddhist point of view

I’ve been talking a lot about Mindful Eating lately. It’s a term that came to me out of the blue, and only weeks later did I realize that I picked up the word “mindful” in my many years of studying Buddhism and Hinduism. I studied these for so long that the vocabulary has become somewhat […]

Swiss and international food news 24 February

This week’s foodie overview I spend a lot of time reading, researching and tweeting about food and restaurants these days, so I thought I’d jot down my tweets from the last few days. These are from both The Rambling Epicure and Swiss Foodies and should give you an overview of what’s going on in the […]

The latest food fad: the wooly pig

The wooly pig, which gives some of world’s most juicy and flavorful meat and fat, raised using special Austrian techniques, is one of the latest food trends. It is in fact correctly called the “Magalitsa pig, also known as the ‘curly haired hog,’ and is a breed of pig that originated from Hungary and the […]

The Rambling Epicure’s 2010 Manifesto

The Rambling Epicure’s 2010 Manifesto: Mindful Eating and more The Rambling Epicure has lots of exciting eggs in her basket for the year 2010. The Rambling Epicure on Facebook and Twitter I’ve started two Facebook groups: The Rambling Epicure, for our worldwide followers, and Swiss Foodies, for those who are more focused on what goes […]

Swiss foodie news 11 February

This week’s foodie overview I spend a lot of time reading, researching and tweeting about food and restaurants these days, so I thought I’d jot down my tweets from the last few days. These are from both The Rambling Epicure and Swiss Foodies and should give you an overview of what’s going on in the […]

Masterchef Vineet Bhatia is off to Abu Dhabi!

Vineet Bhatia, the Bombay-born chef who first got a Michelin star at his Chelsea restaurant Rasoi, and another one a few months ago at his Geneva restaurant Rasoi By Vineet in the Mandarin Oriental, is now off to Abu Dhabi, reports Perpetual Traveller Overseas. Bhatia changed the face of the Indian culinary scene in London, […]

Countdown to Valentine’s Day: chocolate notes

The Rambling Epicure’s chocolate notes: countdown to Valentine’s Day Comprehensive list of chocolate shops and visits to chocolate makers in Geneva area. Each chocolate maker makes its own special chocolate creations for Valentine’s Day, so check out the chocolate works of art at your favorite local chocolate maker. Organic, fair-trade chocolate at Chocolatier Durig in […]