We've recently run across two insightful, but quite
different interviews about cooking and food. In the first, Mark
Bittman discusses his new book, How to Cook Everything: The
Basics. And, per usual, he doesn't sugar coat his opinions,
stating frankly, "We know people skip two or three generations
learning how to cook. Everyone with a brain acknowledges cooking is
important." So if you want to learn how to cook, and have a brain,
out Mark's latest.
And getting as far away from basics as possible, on Huff Post
Food Josh Schonwald reveals the 7 foods you'll see more
of in 2042. His interspecies flavor pairings strike us as quite
believable. As he points out, in Israel they're already growing
cherry tomatoes with lemon basil flavoring gentically added. But
the stem cell hamburger?