Sizzle is a quarterly digital publication dedicated to enhancing culinary students’ learning and bringing
professional knowledge about the food service industry to enthusiasts and future culinarians.

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 Molasses is a...

Recipe: Nitro Cricket Ice Cream

Kristopher Edelen, also known as Chef KPE, launched HOTPANnyc, a pop-up catering company in New York City dedicated to native, post-modern cuisine, in February...

Get Funky: A Guide to Fermentation

From chocolate to cheese, salami, wine, pickles and bread, many of the world’s greatest delicacies are the products of fermentation. However, it wasn’t so long...

Recipe: Habanero Crab Apple Jelly

Two new books from Chelsea Green Publishing this year discuss new uses for foraging in both food and drink. The Fruit Forager’s Companion: Ferments, Desserts,...

Why do people love cheese so much? We asked a cheese company chef

  A CF Chef Evan Topel began his career at the American Club in Kohler, Wisconsin, eventually becoming the sous chef at the resort’s Cucina Italian...

How culinary students can maintain control with classes, a job and personal responsibilities

Maintaining control with classes, a job and personal responsibilities can be tough   M aking time to study is far more important than getting boba tea with your...

Everything you need to know about sweet potatoes

Part of the morning glory family, the sweet potato is a large, edible tuber that grows in warm, tropical conditions. Tubers grow underground and...

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.

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