Hobby and Lifestyle

Do Sommeliers Sometimes Fake Smells?

July 11, 2017

Are some soms playing an elaborate game of “nose telephone,” in which they don’t actually smell a flavor in wine but say they do? Professor Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan, Master of Wine discuses her view on the issue below. […]

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The Tomato—Fruit or Vegetable?

July 9, 2017

Go to any grocery store’s produce section and you will most likeley find tomatoes displayed among their vegetable friends. Yet in the world of botany, they’re actually considered berries. Why do tomatoes suffer from this produce identity crisis? […]

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Still Roasting? Quit Cold Turkey!

July 4, 2017

Put a twist on a traditional Thanksgiving theme. The Culinary Institute’s Chef Bill Briwa shows you his techniques for grilling turkey on the barbecue. […]

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The Basics of Baking

June 29, 2017

Many people are interested in learning how to bake, but they’re intimidated because they think it’s is too complicated. Once you learn the science behind baking, you’ll find that you get much better results! […]

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