Beetroot (Beta vulgaris)

Beetroot (Beta vulgaris)

Even in the Middle Ages, red beet was considered a healthy and tasty vegetable. They were served on the table of Władysław Jagiełło. They did it originally …

Broth (franc. bouillon)

Broth (franc. bouillon)

Colloquially we call a low-fat broth, essential broth. In solid form, the broth is a very intense meat concentrate (mostly beef), which is dissolved in the right amount of boiling water.

Broth …

Buffet (franc. buffet)

Buffet (franc. buffet)

1) A piece of furniture in the dining room, type of wardrobe, used to store the website, cutlery, tablecloths etc.. Buffets-furniture are obsolete today.

2) In restaurants: table-counter, often with a glazed superstructure, With …

Peach (Prunus persica)

Peach (Prunus persica)

Peaches are among the noblest dessert fruits, distinguished by its exquisite taste, with a subtle aroma and incomparable juiciness. They come from China, where they have been grown for more than a year 4000 years. …

Bryndza

Bryndza

Spicy in taste, rennet, white, cheese made of fresh sheep's milk, lightly spreadable on bread, for a very long time drawn up by Polish, Romanian and Slovak shepherds.

Mature, not oversalted …

Brussels (Brassica oleracea)

Brussels (Brassica oleracea)

The youngest representative of the ancient cabbage family, because it was first bred and described in Brussels in a year 1821 (hence the name).

It is a tasty vegetable, relatively easily digestible, …

Brioches

Brioches

Famous French yeast buns, moderately sweet, with a characteristic shape. They are baked in corrugated molds, putting a ball formed from the same dough on top. They taste best fresh, still …

Brillat-Savarin Anthelme (1775-1826)

Brillat-Savarin Anthelme (1775-1826)

Lawyer and politician – went down in history as the author of "The Physiology of Taste", masterpieces of French gastronomic literature. Knowledge of the subject, brilliant style, cheerful humor and great aphorisms make, that work …

Brandy

Brandy

Generally accepted name for wine distillates. Perfectly, Brandy often equal to cognacs are produced by. in. Italy, Russia, Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria and Poland (brandy). Proprietary name for cognac (Cognac) …

Broad bean (addictive faba)

Broad bean (addictive faba)

Broad beans are one of the oldest legumes that are cultivated. It was already known in the Neolithic Age. Its seeds were found in the ruins of Troy and in the remains of the settlement in Biskupin. They remember him …