Italian chefs like to cook their pasta in vegetable extracts, an ingenious riff on the centuries-old technique of boiling pasta … Continued
Fika means “to drink coffee” in Swedish. But it’s more than just that. It’s a moment to take a break, … Continued
Recently some unexpected vegetables—ramps, butternut squash, and beets—have started showing up in creative cocktails. Now, mushrooms are getting in on … Continued
Lately, Germany has been earning kudos for its high-end cuisine, counting 11 restaurants with three Michelin stars (the only European … Continued
As any bread maker knows, steam is key to a perfect loaf. The Emile Henry Bread Cloche traps steam beneath … Continued
Long a delicacy in Spain and Portugal, percebes (gooseneck barnacles) are painstakingly harvested from rock formations deep in the ocean. … Continued
Sure, you can buy caramelized white chocolate—often labeled blond chocolate—but it’s far more fun to make it yourself. Just roast … Continued
First impressions count. Let them guide you in the kitchen
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Matthew Rudofker, executive chef of Momofuku Ssäm Bar, has a fun way of making mayonnaise in a jiffy. This recipe … Continued
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