Gazpacho is a pleasing chilled soup, and there isn't much kitchen sweat involved. In this video, chef Aaron Chambers of New York City's Boulud Sud demonstrates his recipe, created in the Andalusian style of southern Spain.
Chef Alice Waters discusses the renovation of her flagship restaurant after a fire in March, and details the recent re-opening. Waters is a well-known healthy and organic food advocate, as well a pioneer of "California Cuisine."
Mario Batali is back. He launched a YouTube cooking show earlier this month called "Batali Cooks 4," creating a dish in each episode that features four different ingredients as suggested by fans on Twitter. First he makes a monkfish piccata.
In this video series, Dave Arnold of the New York bar Booker and Dax presents cocktail recipes and techniques. First up is the Corsair, a tequila cocktail made with preserved lemons and chased with a Miller High-Life.
Grant Achatz, Mike Bagale, and Eric Rivera share the process of menu planning, invention, and inspiration behind Chicago's Michelin three-starred Alinea. What's next for the restaurant? Maybe an Alinea-owned farm, they say.
Everyone has food rituals, whether it's splitting apart an Oreo cookie or folding a pizza slice. Scientists have found that people enjoy their food more when they consistently perform small activities before eating. The New York Times investigates.
Proper kitchen equipment cleaning and maintenance are key to improving food quality, extending equipment life and improving restaurant profits. Ecolab has developed an exciting new tool system to make kitchen equipment cleaning easier and safer.
Recipe Wars features dueling versions of classic dishes. On this episode, the star is apple pie. Two chefs make the apple pie recipes of Sherry Yard and Martha Stewart and do a taste test to decide on a winner.