Greenling has delivered okra! Harold McGee in On Food and Cooking tells us that “Okra comes from the annual plant Hibiscus (Abelmoschus) esculentus, a member of the hibiscus family and a relative of roselle and cotton. It originated in either southwest Asia or eastern Africa, and came to the southern United States with the slave … Continue reading Why A Food Blog? Roux And A Symposium . . . Or How I Dance, Talk, And Brown Butter At The Same Time.
How does the Culinary Institute of America teach hospitality? This is what John W. Fisher has to say in At Your Service: A Hands-on Guide to the Professional Dining Room. To help bring the concept to life, I begin with an example that draws upon the students’ own memories and emotions. I ask them to … Continue reading The Dinner Party 3: “When Shall We Live If Not Now?”