Saturday, 13 February 2010

Recipes for Mardi Gras and ... Cooking Debate

Mardi Gras
Recipes for Celebrating Mardi Gras
"...this is an easy, laid-back gathering that offers friends and family a chance to visit, eat, and drink..."

In honor of Mardi Gras we spoke to two chefs with serious ties to New Orleans. ...
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Full Story: Recipes for Celebrating Mardi Gras; Epicurious.com



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Travel
Mardi Gras (mostly) suitable for kids
(CNN) -- It has been called "The Greatest Free Show on Earth." The New Orleans, Louisiana, Mardi Gras is a celebration of culture, food, music and ...
Full Story: Mardi Gras (mostly) suitable for kids; CNN.com


Taste of America
Has Chefs' Cooking Gone Too Green?
"First follow nature," wrote Alexander Pope, but nowadays no one has to tell that to the top toque wearers.

Chefs around the world have come to embrace what might be called the New Naturalism ...
Full Story: Has Chefs' Cooking Gone Too Green?; Time.com


Rectangles Vs. Triangles
The Great Sandwich Debate
Experts agree: Diagonal-cut sandwiches are better.
Chefs, architects and even mathematicians agree that a sandwich cut on the diagonal is superior to one sliced into two rectangles. Reasons include a longer crustless edge, aesthetics and the pleasure of biting into the corner.
Full Story: Rectangles Vs. Triangles: The Great Sandwich Debate; NPR.org







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