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1. | Feb 9, 2014
Liebe Heike, das ist ja herrlich. Heute Frfch habe ich noch das Rezept in Lust auf Genuss gelseen und fcber's Nachbacken nachgedacht. Und jetzt entdecke ich Deinen Blog und die schf6nen zuse4tzlichen Bilder. Ich LIEBE das Internet Herzlichen Glfcckwunsch zu Cup und Beitrag. Ich finde die hier gezeigten Fotos noch viel ansprechender, ehrlich gesagt. Was ffcr einen Wein gab's denn dazu (s. 1. Bild) Oder war der nur Deko?Liebe Grfcdfe, Julia
2. | Feb 7, 2014
What is Pisco?Pisco means bird (Pishco) in the Quechua dialect. It is also the name of an aincent yet thoroughly modern, exquisite and popular alcohol distilled from grapes growing in the wine-producing regions of the mystical Ica Valley, near the bustling port and province of Pisco, close to the Nazca lines, in fertile Peru.This elegant spirit is the exceptional product of a loving marriage of soil, climate and vines, which allow it to reach its full splendor. It is also the national spirit of Peru.Pisco, and the many delicious cocktails and alcoholic mixed drinks made with it, has been popular for centuries and favored by royalty as well as the rich and famous worldwide. This exquisite spirit, second to none in the history of beverages, was savored by the Spanish Conquistadores from the time that the Marquis de Carabantes first imported the grapes to Peru from the Canary Islands in 1553. Pisco and its related cocktails was a fashionable alcoholic drink in California and New York since 1830, and the favorite drink to many Hollywood celebrities. (John Wayne was married to a Peruvian lady and was a connoisseur of great hand-crafted Pisco)Rudyard Kipling, winner of the 1907 Nobel Prize in Literature, wrote in his opus From Sea to Sea, published in 1899 Piscothe noblest and most beautiful product of our eraI have the theory that it is composed of little cherub wings, the glory of a tropical sunrise, the red of sunset clouds and fragments of aincent epics written by the great fallen masters.As trade between Peru and Europe grew during the colonial years, so did the international popularity of Pisco. Pisco production began to dramatically expand in the 1940s, thanks to economic and social stability in Peru, emanating from the export of its rich copper and gold resources. In the years following the re-establishment of Pisco production, many different varieties of grapes were used, leading to a wide variation in flavor, aroma, viscosity and appearance. This served to enhance its popularity among the connoisseurs even more. Today, Pisco is prominently featured in the Cocktail Museum of Las Vegas and is fast becoming all the rage again in the U.S. and fashionable cities around the world.
3. | Feb 2, 2014
ya, yo habeda oeddo de su uso en almereda, valencia, caabtnria, portugal, en japf3n y en muchedsimas partes el sudeste asie1tico y e1frica, pero la verdad es que ni lo habeda visto nunca ni lo habeda preparado.gracias por tu informacif3n un plato, pulpo a feira con pulpo seco!! sabes cf3mo preparan el pulpo? lo hidratan, lo utilizan seco, lo cuecen?el viernes hice un caldo con parte del pulpo, pero segueda duro y costaba masticarlo; la verdad es que sf3lo aproveche9 el caldo que quedf3 muy parecido al de un pulpo fresco gracias! espero tu respuesta