The Caspian Sea – still alive tomorrow?

15th April 2011

The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed body of water on earth and its cultural and ecological legacy is of a priceless value to humanity. It is one of the most sensitive ecological systems in our hemisphere and the birthplace of one of the most wonderful fish species there is – the sturgeon. Unfo...
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The new caviar world order!

14th November 2010

From the upcoming book “Caviar, a history of desire” by Peter G Rebeiz

It will not be long before restaurants, hotels and retail stores will be able to offer different kinds of Caviar preparations from various countries. Hopefully such preparations and new origins will find an i

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Pavarotti and Caviar

12th November 2010

From Herbert Breslin’s libellous ‘The King and I: The Uncensored Tale of Luciano Pavarotti’s Rise to Fame by His Manager

Luciano presented me with a menu that was elegant in its simplicity. In fact, it would require almost no kitchen- preparation time at all. His requirem...
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