It was probably the very first time we agreed 100% about where to have dinner last Saturday night. Hands down, no hesitation, we all voted for Chef Danny Bowien’s Mission Chinese on the lower east side in New York City. … Continue reading Mission Chinese
Originating in Korea, black garlic has been generating quite a buzz in American kitchens lately. Black garlic is created through a process of fermentation combined with high heat over a long period of time resulting in rich, amazingly black cloves. … Continue reading Test Kitchen; Black Garlic
No, not Hemingway’s Moveable Feast, but a food moveable feast! I’ve had the great opportunity to be on the recipe developing side of Moveable Feast for Fine Cooking Magazine. The PBS special has been airing on Sundays at 3PM. The … Continue reading A Moveable Feast
An Outstanding Culinary Career! Read my interview with Susan Stockton, Senior Vice President, Culinary Production at Food Network on DICED, the official blog of The Institute of Culinary Education. Just click on the link below: http://blog.ice.edu/2013/04/24/culinary-careers-susan-stockton/ Continue reading An Outstanding Culinary Career!
Our first chef instructor was a man of clear distinction and significance. His list of accolades, accomplishments and credentials was longer than the length of my right arm (which is significantly longer than my left). He commanded the kitchen when … Continue reading The Meaning of the Word “SIGNIFICANT”
Lucky me!!! Look where I’ve been! I’m very excited to share my most recent special food journey with you. In fact, I’m so excited about it that I’m posting my images before the blog text because I truly believe that … Continue reading CHINA!!!
You must know by now that there’s nothing more comforting to me than food, glorious food. However, being the food-junkie that I am (and it is by all means an addiction), there have been times when I just couldn’t control … Continue reading Buddha-full Buddha Bowl
Do you know what you’re eating? Do you know what’s in your food? Do you know how your food has been made? Do you know if the meat you’re eating has come from an animal that has been cloned? Do … Continue reading Never Too Late!
Now that the Oscars are heading our way, it’s time to gear up for a fantastic night of fun, surprise, sadness, happiness and, yes, sometimes anger as the winners of the highest honor in the movie business are revealed. What … Continue reading Cooking with the Movies: Meals on Reels
I have something to confess. I’ve been having a love affair with salt for some time. I can no longer keep it secret. I’ve come clean, and all my friends know about it. Some say it’s a momentary infatuation. That … Continue reading Ain’t No Mountain (of Salt) High Enough!!!