The Deli Dish

Tag: history

  • Classic Carrot Potage Soup Recipe

    Épices de Cru’s 1642 Soup blend provides the base to make classic Quebec Potage—the thick soup/stew that Quebecois people are so fond of. Try the recipe!

  • Epices de Cru Trinidad Curry mix spread out on a white background

    Trinidad Curry by Épices de Cru

    Calypso music, like this curry mix, and so much of Trinidadian culture, is a blend of various “imports” adjusted and added to become distinctly Trinidadian.

  • Ortize Sardines

    The Surprisingly Rich History of Sardines

    Sardines are as rich in history as they are in flavor. Read on to learn about how these little fish have reached great popularity and accessibility throughout the world.

  • The Historical Twists and Turns of Traditional Pasta

    “Everything you see, I owe to spaghetti.” —Sophia Loren

    “And art is always about relationship — to the material, to the self, and to the world in all its chaos and intrusion, its terror and its glory.” —Jeanette Winterson

    Weird things happen when I least expect them. I was lying in bed, lamenting having had my third surgery in two months and working my way through the Sunday New York Times, when I came across a piece by Jeanette Winterson buried in the back of the Book Review.

    “Art,” she wrote, “is always about relationship.”