For many of us looking at this recipe, the early 90s movie “Fried Green Tomatoes” or the novel by author Fannie Flag come to mind.
It’s true that this delicious lunch, perfect for sharing with friends or family, has come to represent more than just another fried American food.
Do you know what was on the menu at the first Thanksgiving Day? To thank the Native American Indians of Massachusetts for their help and hospitality, the English Pilgrims prepared a feast that included corn porridge, bread, venison and wildfowl, like turkey. But, unlike today, the turkey was not the centrepiece of the meal.
Málaga-born Guillermo Rodríguez Navarrete is one of the most popular nutritionists in the United States. His recipe: common sense, avoid diets, and use Olive Oil as the basis for his programs. Today, he gives us some recommendations for eating better and, above all, more healthily.
On 26 December, many families dine on Christmas leftovers. With that in mind, we want to help you get the most out of your leftovers to make a great meal this Boxing Day. How about a turkey pie made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Spain?