Kitchen Conversations Podcast

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  1. Adventures in the Global Kitchen: Exotic Flavors in Fine Dining

    The great melting pot that is New York City has always been known for its vibrant immigrant cultures - and many of these cultures are now reflected in the city’s finest restaurants. In this podcast, Chef Daniel Humm and General Manager Will Guidara of acclaimed restaurant Eleven Madison Park discuss their method of melding Jewish, Italian, Irish, and other cultures’ culinary traditions into contemporary fine dining.

    http://www.amnh.org/explore/news-blogs/podcasts/adventures-in-the-global-kitchen-exotic-flavors-in-fine-dining

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  2. Harold McGee on “On Food and Cooking” | To the best of our KNOWLEDGE

    Harold McGee wrote "On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen." He recently visited the kitchen of L’Etoile Restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin with Anne Strainchamps to provide a guided tour of food science while chef Tory Miller did the cooking.

    http://www.ttbook.org/book/harold-mcgee-food-and-cooking

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  3. Kitchen Cabinet: Oxford

    Jay Rayner hosts a new food panel show. Every week the expert team visit a different interesting food location in the UK and answer cooking questions from a live audience.

    In a food science special, the experimental psychologist Professor Charles Spence discusses the relationship between food perception and taste. The panel tests the effects of cutlery on our taste buds, and we ask whether Margaret Thatcher was really responsible for soft-scoop ice cream. We find out whether the panel members believe they are better cooks than their mothers, ask how not to commit a sausage faux pas, and question why the British have a peculiar love for Marmalade.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/kc

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  4. Tried And True Tricks From ‘America’s Test Kitchen’ : NPR

    From perfect pie crusts to poached salmon, Christopher Kimball and Bridget Lancaster share cooking tips and secret shortcuts from America’s Test Kitchen. The biggest challenge is getting home chefs to faithfully follow recipes, Kimball says: "They will substitute ingredients with great abandon."

    http://www.npr.org/2011/12/07/143259669/tried-and-true-tricks-from-americas-test-kitchen

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