I can still conjure it: the sound of the machete whooshing through the air for the end cuts and digging through the thick
You're resourceful and will stop at nothing to get what you want. You have to be, seeing as this elusive flavor is virtually
As many barbecue pros know, injecting is the most efficient way to add flavor and moisture to smoked, barbecued, or grilled food. Think of injecting as marinating from the inside out.
Little did I know, I would grow to love my mother's homemade ravioli and many other ingredients I could not stand to look at as a child.
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Consistency is a highly desired and even required attribute in a wide variety of contexts.
Here are a few simple tricks that will add complexity and depth of flavor to any dish.
7. Curry Add one to two teaspoons of the popular Indian spice to roasted vegetables and serve over brown rice, suggests Stollman
As the chef at a restaurant that prides itself in sustainable seafood, artisan meats, and even game, I often find myself questioning the overuse of animal products. Too often, chefs use ingredients like bacon or meat stocks as crutches.
By Lynn Andriani We know they might sound kind of weird. But trust us -- these pairings rival PB&J in their deliciousness
Isn't it fascinating to realize all the work your body is doing while you're doing something as (seemingly) brainless as eating? It's kind of awesome. Food's a complex chemical, and so are you!
Does an ice-cold drink actually taste better than the same beverage at room temperature? Depends on what its taste is: a
What's the big deal about salt? How much should we really be eating?