Tag: Epoch Taste

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

Finding a Taste of Home in Charleston

The plump shrimp, sautéed in a aromatic mix of garlic, scallions, and mushrooms, reminded me of my mom’s Cantonese cooking: firing up ginger, scallions, and garlic in a wok and searing seafood with its addictive aroma.   However I was not sitting in...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

How to Succeed at Potlucks Without Really Trying

Maximum impression for minimum effort is one thing each busy house prepare dinner can get behind. For Ali Rosen, who is a mother, full-time journalist, and host of the present “Potluck With Ali Rosen,” her modus operandi is making impressive-looking...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

Ali Rosen’s Shaved Carrots Salad

Shaved Carrots Salad This salad is so totally different it'll make you marvel why you don’t make extra salads with out lettuce—because who needs it? This salad has texture and taste galore, not to mention so many colours that will probably be the ce...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

Ali Rosen’s Ginger Beef

Ginger Beef Any time you serve meat at room temperature, you want a sauce that makes individuals overlook they might’ve eaten something right out of the oven. With just a few main components, this sauce gets the job achieved. You should use this sau...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

Ali Rosen’s Cherry Tomato Tart

Cherry Tomato Tart Typically you simply need to deliver the prettiest dish to the social gathering. This tart will definitely succeed on that entrance, and the secret is that it’s not that a lot work. When you get good-quality cherry tomatoes, this...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

What to Give for Valentine’s Day

Master chocolatier Christophe Toury has seen many Valentine’s Day come and go through the years, and so far as presents go, though flowers and candies are well-liked, to him the choice is obvious. “You will need to give chocolate … I don’t eat flowe...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

How to Make a Great Zero-Proof Cocktail

NEW YORK—They’ve been referred to as virgin drinks and mocktails, but at The Bonnie bar, in Astoria, Queens, they’re referred to as zero-proof cocktails. Mixologist Mike Di Tota didn’t like the connotation behind “mocktails,” as “the drink is making...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

How to Boost Your Nutrition

Taking easy steps in choosing, storing, and cooking meals can make an enormous difference in growing nutrients While every week it seems as though a brand new research touts a breakthrough superfood, James Wong, a botanist educated on the Kew Royal B...

Food / Foodie - 2 years ago

Why You Should Drink Grower Champagne

Strip Champagne right down to its fundamentals: Take out the glitzy advertising, the additives, and the pesticides, and make the farmer the producer—that’s grower Champagne. “Farmers’ fizz,” because it’s been referred to as, is Champagne that’s made...