Wüsthof 7-inch Nakiri Classic Review

Wüsthof produces its knives out of Solingen, Germany. Since 1814 this family owned and managed company has produced high quality tools known universally around the world. Each product is made to last and is backed by a lifetime warranty. Currently I do not have a ultility knife in my kit, but this knife fills that... Continue Reading →

Cooked: Synopsis and Review

Pollan starts at the Skylight Inn in North Carolina with hopes to discover the primal roots of cooking: fire. He meets Sam Jones the owner of the establishment who introduces him to James Henry Howell, the pit master. Synopsis Howell is responsible for maintaining the fires, cooking the hogs, processing the meat and seasoning for... Continue Reading →

Miyabi 9.5” Chef Knife, Artisan Series Review

Many years ago I purchased a tool that really has become an heirloom in my kit. Brilliant in appearance and effective in design, this is my go to chef knife! A subsidiary of Zwilling, Miyabi offers a variety Japanese style knives hand honed in Japan. The Miyabi line takes the classic German techniques and pairs... Continue Reading →

Armory Review

As I opened the door into the quaint dining area I was overcome by a plethora of aromas dominated by a strong smoke. This was going to be amazing. The menu was posted on the classic 90's display board, little white magnetized letters that latched onto a black backdrop. Four tight columns divided into different... Continue Reading →

Omnivore’s Dilemma: Excerpt Synopsis and Review

Synopsis The modern supermarket offers such a maze of maize. All cleverly disguised behind 'All natural' and lines upon lines of literature composed to draw the attention of consumers. But, to many, the supermarket offers "outstanding biodiversity". Hundreds of species gathered together in a beautiful union to create a bounty no biome could even hope... Continue Reading →

Omnivore’s Dilemma: Full Synopsis and Review

Synopsis The modern supermarket offers such a maze of maize. All cleverly disguised behind 'All natural' and lines upon lines of literature composed to draw the attention of consumers. But, to many, the supermarket offers "outstanding biodiversity". Hundreds of species gathered together in a beautiful union to create a bounty no biome could even hope... Continue Reading →

La Florentina Review

The meal commenced with a glass of prosecco blanco and house ricotta cheese served with toasted sourdough.  The cheese was carefully garnished with salt, fresh cracked black pepper, minced parsley and extra virgin olive oil.  It spread like soft butter across the light toast coating the bread with a rich fatty layer of pure perfection. ... Continue Reading →

Go chew glass

If you are a student at the CIA I am sure you are very familiar with a local takeout Chinese food joint that goes by the name Yeung Ho II. Now I want to begin by mentioning that Yeung Ho II has been my favorite place to dine on "Chinese" food since I started back... Continue Reading →

It’s Day 11 and you still can’t cook damn vegetables…

I want to preface this review by saying I have a lot of respect for the chefs at the CIA.  I understand that most of them strive to do their best and that they make a valiant effort to pay attention to detail in the kitchen.  The students also deserve credit.  They (AM Classes), wake... Continue Reading →

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