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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Gioachino Rossini and Caviar

10th November 2010

150 years or so before Pavarotti had conquered the operatic stage, his compatriot Gioachino Rossini was capturing the adulation of the Western World with his great operas, so much so that by the time he was in his late 30s he was able to retire on a pension.
Like Pavarotti, he was also a connoisseu...
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Rubenstein and Caviar

8th November 2010

Some of the world’s great musicians need privacy and repose after they have been through the enormous demands of a performance. Others need the exact opposite, and one of these was the virtuoso pianist Artur Rubinstein.
The writer and broadcaster John Amis has recalled that after a con...
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