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Food for Thought: Culinary Crossovers

In my culinary crossovers, I have found that while ethnic foods have been popular for years, an emerging consumer
interest in the true historical flavors of traditional ethnic foods is fueling this cultural crossover, such as the simple act
of adding Thai chilies to cold oil in a wok and then removing them before introducing meat and produce to enhance the dish. Continue reading

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Water

I drink you Caesar. I wash in your galactic atoms Cleopatra. I sweat for your words Aristotle. I feel Abraham’s prophecies in my bloodstream as I quench my thirst on Giotto’s water pail for his colors. Continue reading

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