Let me introduce myself… I am Dr. Foodle.
Join me and my team of passionate writers and chefs as we explore the world of food. We travel the world seeking out unique dishes, their origins, and bizarre facts related to food and its preparation. Why do we do this? We know that foodies, all over the globe, desire to broaden their knowledge, in and around the kitchen.
I have made it my mission to encourage my readers in their quest for this knowledge.
Have you wondered where pizza originated? How did rice become a staple on every continent? The history of food and its migration around the globe can be a fascinating study. In our Food History section, you can read all about various food products and recipes, and how they came into existence.
What is haggis and who eats it? These questions are answered in our article, “The History of Haggis.” This is just one of many interesting pieces written by our team of Food History writers. Learn about the historical background of ethnic dishes and enjoy trying something new!
The single greatest medicine is food. Many diseases and their cures are rooted in how we fuel our bodies. You can rely on the well-researched articles posted in the Health section of our website. The greatest care has been made to provide the latest information in “food medicine.”
See what types of “diets” are common for different cultures. What affect do these diets play in the health of that region? Common sense diets can often prevent large medical bills.
As the world becomes less and less segregated, the average household may eat dishes from five different continents, all within a given week. Learn to cook some of these exciting dishes. Explore new spices and vegetables. Compare the many different ways to brew coffee.
Our authors/chefs live all over the globe. They bring their recipes and food preparation methods to you in a fun and professional manner. Try their recipes and let us know how you make them your own. Share your tips and tweaks with our readers. Let’s relish the art of cooking.
Why are grains more nutritious when soaked? How is it that bacteria in yogurt is healthy, yet other bacteria can kill you? What is the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? Is honey really just regurgitated nectar? The plant world can be a bit bizarre. Enter the world of science and botany and learn interesting facts about food. Look at the culture surrounding certain dishes and the meaning applied to their consumption. Store up a wealth of fun trivia that you can pull out to impress your friends.
Keep an eye out for random posts pointing out some of these fascinating tidbits of information as you browse through the Dr. Foodle website.
I am here to help you. If you have trouble with a recipe, or you need advice on meal planning, just let us know. Perhaps, you need information related to nutrition. We will dig it up for you. Maybe, you are seeking a specific recipe. Put our writers on the job. I will gather my team and research your questions, to the best of my ability. Because we are scattered around the world, no stone will be left unturned.
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