Posts Tagged “Juliette Rossant”
Mom always said, “There is always room for salad.”
The right extract makes even the smallest dessert better
Picking the best vegetarian dishes from around the Mediterranean
In the new millennium, multimedia devices like PDAs (heralded by Apple‘s Newton in 1992) have enabled buyers to preview products. For cookbooks (another books and products), this includes videos. UK-based publisher Phaidon has developed a “Silver Spoon” section on its website, which supports promotional articles — and videos. Do you find videos of cookbooks effective?…
Chef Orlando Amaro of Station 4 restaurant in Washington DC is celebrating peaches. Why not? No better reason then they are in season, local, and delicious. August is National Peach Month! White and yellow peaches go so well in both savory and sweet dishes, drink, chutneys, jams, and whatever else you can think of (is…
TakePart provides a video about the debate that rages over California’s foie gras ban. “Chefs and animal-rights advocates have vastly different opinions about foie gras,” says TakePart: “Where do you stand?” Learn about the Coalition for Humane and Ethical Farming Standards (CHEFS). CHEFS proposes that farmers raise birds in a cage-free environment to lower stress…
Kids solve global problems
Who is going to solve our food safety problems? Talented kids.
Join Gerry’s friends for a not-to-be-missed evening
Art for the eyes and Catalonian food for all the other senses.
Mark Bittman will hold your hand while you learn to cook
Be inventive, but not from scratch