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Flavor Ammo: How to Harness the Putrid Power of Marmite and Vegemite
Unless you grew up with it, you probably hate the stuff. But don’t underestimate its umami-boosting properties.
Flavor Ammo: How to Cook With Your Vaporizer
That is to say, actually cook, in your kitchen. Your $500 Volcano is even more useful than you might think.
Flavor Ammo: The Real Reason Chefs Love Kewpie Mayonnaise
Everything you ever wanted to know about Kewpie mayo. Plus: a recipe for dynamite mussels.
Case Closed on the Floating Doughnuts Mystery; Is the National Obesity Problem a
Plus: White Castle won’t build bigger booths for fatter customers; and Peruvian food could be the next big thing, all in our morning news roundup.
Watch Martha Stewart Make Eggs With Craig Ferguson
The pair whips up omelettes on the ‘Late Late Show.’
Thanksgiving Leftovers: What Would Chefs Do?
We’ve got the full plan on what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers — from the country’s best chefs.
FoodPickle Is Ready to Answer All Your Kitchen Questions
Food52’s newest tool takes the gastronomic hive mind to Twitter.
Moody French Cooking Vignettes: The Future of Food Magazines?
Photographer William Hereford’s wordless instructional videos might be the missing link between magazines and tablets.
Four Seasons Chef Christian Albin Passes Away; Scam Artists Take Over Food Carts
Plus: why burgers are bad for global warming, and more from our look at the morning headlines.
Michael Alan Connelly
Battle of the Sexes: Do Male and Female Chefs Cook Differently?
Could expert judges tell the difference between dishes made by Alexandra Guarnaschelli and Johnny Iuzzini?
Obamas at Blue Hill: Michelle Sips Martinis, Barack Goes for Wine
And Amanda Hesser is annoyed that Michelle doesn’t miss cooking at home.
Grocery Shop With a Chef
Take a cooking class at Whole Foods Bowery, or try a recipe from Scott Campbell.
Japanese Accoutrements Coming to Midtown
The Japanese Culinary Center will soon stock hard-to-find ingredients.