tulip. And if there's too much sun coming in, close the salami.
Welcome to the world of "food design" where, even if you are not what
you eat, you eat where you are.
In Tokyo, home to thousands of restaurants serving cuisine from almost
every nation, the food business hopes to tap a new upscale market by
uniting the city's passions for eating and design.
The concept launched in France four years ago has made its first foray
into Tokyo with a five-day exhibition at an interior showroom in
Omotesando district that drew thousands of people in for a peek.
奢拉米 n. - 義大利臘腸
Wikipedia article "Salami".
n., pl. -mis.
Any of various highly spiced and salted sausages, made from beef or a mixture of pork and beef.
[Italian, pl. of salame, salami, from Vulgar Latin *salāmen, from *salāre, to salt, from Latin sāl, salt.]
EuroVox | 09.06.2008 | 05:30
"Flavour of the Year" Entices Shoppers in Germany
Peach poached in vanilla syrup, set in vanilla ice cream with a purée of raspberries. Created by Escoffier, 1892, in honour of the Australian soprano Dame Nelly Melba.
Ever think that food can go out of style? Well, a tour in a German supermarket might make you feel as if you have missed the trend – unless you throw this year's "flavor of the year" into your basket.
Supermarkets in different countries can give you a glimpse into societies, or at least their shoppers. Go shopping in Germany, and you will find it hard to miss the "flavor of the year" phenomenon -- like this year’s Hungarian Salami cream cheese or Strawberry-Cassis jelly -- jumping out at you from every supermarket shelf.
Postcard: Susan Stone