|Dear Foodies & Wanderlusters,|
We at eat-the-world would like to wish you a wonderful start to 2017! To kick off 2017, we’re pleased to offer a special discount of up to 10% off your next culinary tour! All you have to do to secure the deal is solve our winter puzzle, so get cracking and have fun!
Have fun reading!
Your eat-the-world Team
5% or 10% Discount – You Decide!
We have hidden 10 winter-themed terms in our word cloud. Find the winter words and get a discount off your next booked tour!
Find 5 winter-themed words and you’ll receive a discount of 5% off your next culinary tour. If you find all 10 winter-themed terms, you can look forward to receiving a 10% discount! Send your results to firstname.lastname@example.org by 23:59 on January 18th, 2017 in order to receive your discount! Good luck and have fun!
It’s hard to resist the culinary delights of the holiday season, so we have just the answer for those of you looking to shed that well-earned, yet pesky, winter weight. Indulge to your heart’s content with this light and tasty winter salad concoction!
Crispy Salad with Beetroot, Lentils & Pears
Ingredients (for 4):
• 150 g lentils
1. Rinse the lentils with plenty of cold water. Pour into salted, boiling water and cook over medium heat for 35-40 minutes.
2. Wash the field salad and let dry. Peel and dice the beetroot. Seed the pears and cut into cubes.
3. Mix the oil, vinegar, and honey and season with salt and pepper. Drain the lentils and toss in the dressing.
4. Lay the field salad on a plate, spread out the red beet and pear cubes, and top with the lentils and dressing.
2017 Food Trends
Jackfruit As A Meat Substitute!
Jackfruits taste like a mix between pineapple and banana when they’re ripe, but there’s something unique about the fruit when it hasn’t yet matured. Unripe jackfruit has a consistency similar to that of chicken breast and is considered a hot commodity among vegetarians and vegans as it makes for a great meat substitute. A favorite jackfruit dish among the non-meat eating community is a pulled pork burger which some say is even better than the real thing!
Pasta Made From Chickpeas, Lentils, Etc.!
We’ve all heard of low-carb alternatives to classic pasta dishes, but this old trend has a new twist. More and more unconventional variations of pasta are hitting the market, and the source of each new type is more innovative than the last: chickpeas, mung beans, peas, lentils, the list goes on! These are naturally gluten-free and low in carbohydrates. Now you have no excuse not to follow through on those new year’s resolutions of managing a healthy diet!
Wishing you a wonderful start to 2017!
Best wishes until next time,
Your eat-the-world Team