Author: Lorraine Richardson

Did you know that "Table Music" reached its highest levels during the Baroque? And that the flute glasses owe their name to a musical instrument? Music and cuisine walk together since ancient times and are made for each other. For the Greeks and Romans, music was...

Could listening to music to study be a good idea? Here are some tips for studying with music that stimulates concentration. Find out if classical, pop, or rock music is better. There is nothing wrong with listening to music while studying but it mustn't cause...

The link between music and food is a very strong relationship, not only because it is long-lasting, but because it is closely linked to the history of man. This union involved very different aspects related to food and became concrete through different forms and aspects. Hidden...

There are benefits of listening to music when cooking, but eating there is also a pleasant influence that will positively affect our body. Eating with music improves digestion, as it provides a positive and more relaxed environment. Digestion is much heavier when stressed, so listening to...

Watch the conditions of what you eat, avoid mayonnaise and other sauces with raw eggs, meats that are not properly cooked, and plan your meals in advance depending on the accommodation During the summer and especially in these environments it will be essential that you take...

Music and food are great allies. That is why, at MercadoRoma Coyoacán, we enjoy organizing Jazz and DJ nights to offer you a very complete and balanced culinary experience. And the thing is, music brings us great benefits when we enjoy it with a plate. And...

Serves/Makes: 6 servings Ingredients:
  • 2 cups cooked turkey or chicken tiny dices
  • 4 1/2 cups chicken broth
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme, crushed
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 cup small shell pasta
  • 1 (16-ounce / 454-g) package frozen mixed vegetables
  • 3/4 cup frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed
  • Orange slices halved (optional)
  • Herb sprigs (optional)
When you imagine a typical school lunch, what do you see? A sad squashed sandwich? A bruised apple and a few carrot sticks? In the age of technology, those boring lunches are a thing of the past, while the future is creative meals.