Tag Archives: science

Eggs, whiskey, and science: Aged Eggnog

I Just started a batch of 3-week eggnog to have on hand for Christmas festivities later this month. This particular recipe was inspired by a combination of factors: Ruhlman has been talking up his aged eggnog for years now, and … Continue reading

Posted in drinks, holiday, recipes, science | Tagged , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Popcorn, anyone?

“So, do you guys want some popcorn? We’re going to watch a show.” (Read: it’s rainy, and we’re putting on Planet Earth.) “Yes, please.” (Are kids always more polite when you recall earlier conversations? Maybe.) “Popcorn!” says the little one. … Continue reading

Posted in science, technique, vegetables | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Ideas in Food, the cookbook

The first three words that come to mind after jumping into this book are ingenuity, precision, and passion. Aki Kamozawa and Alex Talbot’s new book Ideas in Food: Great Ideas and Why They Work has gotten a lot of great … Continue reading

Posted in books, technique | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments