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All Smoke Everything: The BBQ trend has spread to desserts

A family outing. A long day of hiking. A chilly evening of telling scary stories around the campfire. And to top it all off,...

Classical vs. Modern: Bouillabaisse Two Ways

"Bouillabaisse was a dish we served traditionally at the Restaurant Schlossli Woerth in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, where I worked as a Chef de Partie in...

Everything you ever wanted to know about pulses

Think you’re a pulse expert? Take the February 2019 Ingredient of the Month quiz for 1 CEH toward ACF Certification at acfchefs.org/CEHquiz. Pulses are the...

The definitive guide to making sake

Sake, a traditional drink made from fermented rice, has been brewed in China and Japan for thousands of years. Sake is often referred to...

How chefs drive research and development

by Christopher Tanner, CEC, AAC, Director of the Columbus Culinary Institute at Bradford School When a consumer picks up a commercial food product in a grocery...

The ultimate guide to molasses

Think you're a molasses expert? Take the January 2019 Ingredient of the Month quiz for 1 CEH toward ACF Certification at acfchefs.org/CEHquiz. Molasses is a...

Why building a diverse team in your kitchen is important

One might expect the food on a college campus to be mostly quick-service chains and dreary dining halls. But on the campus of the...

How to draw culinary inspiration from other cultures — the right way

You can stroll the taco stalls throughout Mexico City, browse the hawker markets for satay or Zhen Zhen porridge in Singapore, grab jerk chicken off a street-side grill in Jamaica, buy a hot dog off a cart in New York, nab elote from a table in Chicago or pick up a cup of frites with mayonnaise in Amsterdam. In cities all over the world, people set up stands or stalls and sell food they have passionately cooked for years, sometimes generations, to offer folks on the go a quick, delicious and inexpensive meal. Most cultures contribute to street food and the environments in which their wares are sold can range from a single stand set up on a street corner in a busy neighborhood or a bustling market offering dozens of dining options.

How to make whiskey in six easy steps

An inside look at what it takes to make bourbon   T o be called Champagne, sparkling wine must come from a certain region of France. Tequila,...
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