Check out this mesmerizing video of Tuna fisherman in the 50′s? 60′s? I’ve been trying to find the source, but there doesn’t seem to be any information on it. My best guess is somewhere in the Pacific………Any guesses people? Thanks to my brother-in-law Vahid for the link.
If you find yourself without a smoker, there’s always cheater barbecue. Rub one trimmed beef brisket liberally with Magic Dust (recipe below), and refrigerate overnight. Wake up early, say around 6 a.m., and preheat the oven to 225°F. Place the brisket on a rack over a roasting pan and cover with aluminum foil. Cook for […]
Last night Naomi showed me the site Shaping Traditional Oral Knowledge and I think it is brilliant. Designer Jihyun Ryou has created a project that highlights traditional food storage methods with an aim to reduce energy and waste. She has designed storage units for food that allow them to stay at their peak outside of the fridge. […]
Interesting look into the kitchen notebooks of Sean Brock, chef of McCrady’s and Husk in Charleston, North Carolina.
You can easily get lost on the internet, and I often do. Here’s what we’re reading at the Butter on the Endive office this week: An interview with Chef David Kinch of Manresa on Eater.com. Hat tip to Jake for the link. Interview in the New Yorker with Tom Muller, author of a new book on the sometimes […]
This is a Mountain Rose apple and comes courtesy of Tyler Gray, founder of Mikuni Wild Harvest (and my neighbour). They come from the Hood Valley in Central Oregon and are grown only by a small number of orchards. As you can see, the one truly unique characteristic of this apple is its rosy-red flesh, which I’m […]
Espelette peppers courtesy of Dana from Joy Road Catering. Thank you.