Joerg Tuettelmann’s Culinary Clicks: Fine Dining? Fine Cooking!
If you’re a fan of fine cooking, no matter whether professionally or at home, this post is for you.
- Sounds of the sea, mushroom cappuccinos and Amazonian ants: This walk down the lane of recent culinary history is exhilarating and leaves no doubt that chefs are artists:
“Thirty iconic dishes of fine dining” (Lucky Peach): http://luckypeach.com/guides/30-iconic-dishes-fine-dining/
- Do you remember eating out at a restaurant and wondering just how you could cook that delicious plate yourself? In this collection of “restaurants in book form”, famous chefs will tell you exactly how you can create that fine dining experience on your own dinner table:
“Restaurants in Book Form” (Eater): http://www.eater.com/2016/8/23/12590610/cookbooks-best-2016-restaurants-eataly-red-rooster-del-posto
- The classic “mother sauces” have lost some of their popularity in kitchens around the world. The new hype? Five sauces that require little effort but still offer maximum flavor. Find out how to master them here:
“Five Sauces for the Modern Cook” (The New York Times): http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/03/dining/pesto-tahini-pepper-sauce-recipes.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share
- When turkey meets tamales: At LSG Sky Chefs, we’re a huge mix of different people and cultures – but it looks like we’re not the only ones! See how local traditions and trends intertwine with other cultures from across the globe during the Thanksgiving season:
“The American Thanksgiving” (The New York Times): http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/11/16/dining/thanksgiving-dinner-in-america.html?_r=0