Momofuku Ko’s Boozy Broth
It’s hard to say which was the more surprising occurrence last Sunday: that I got to eat at Momofuku Ko (a last-minute invitation from a suddenly single friend)
or that I got to try its daikon “tortelloni” in oxtail-amaro broth. ...
Full Story: Now Simmering | Momofuku Ko’s Boozy Broth; NYTimes.com
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The Four Basic Elements of Dining (and Umami, too)
What matters most in a restaurant — food? ambience? service? price? the wine? How about umami.
"Restaurants can have umami. It is a naturally occurring phenomenon that involves a lot of hard work and is made of a hundred small things you cannot predict or put into words."Full Story: The Four Basic Elements of Dining (and Umami, too); NYTimes.com
Wait, wait, don't go...you're at the right place. Really, you are.
"I know...I'm giving you a burger. But it's a special burger. Let me tell you why." ...
Full Story: Umami Burger; PlayingWithFireAndWater.com
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