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French-Style Strawberry Ice Cream

This ice cream has an amazing, old-fashioned taste. The Triple Sec it contains is not there for taste—but to insure that the pieces of strawberry in the ice cream won’t freeze. And the yogurt in the recipe is not there for lightness—but to add a wisp of acidity than enlivens the general flavor. There are all kinds of little ingredient tweaks—adding to a sublime, perfectly balanced product.

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South Korea, HERE I AM!

I am delighted to tell you that I’ve just disembarked from my Korean Air flight (JFK to Seoul, almost 14 hours!)…and have checked into my hotel in Seoul…where I’ll be attending a conference all week on Korean cuisine! So many amazing things on my schedule: master classes with Korean chefs; a pre-dawn visit to Seoul’s famous fish market (said to be the equivalent of Tsukijii in Tokyo, 6AM sashimi included); a day at a Zen monastery to unlock the secrets of Korean vegan cuisine; a focus on Korean fermented foods…and more!

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She-Crab Soup

The creamy crab soup of Maryland—which appears on every crabhouse menu there—can’t hold a candle to the creamy crab soup of Charleston and Savannah. In the Low Country, they specify that the soup be made from female crabs—which means that all of that wonderful crabby orange roe becomes a taste and texture element in the soup. The ideal way to make this soup, then, is with female crabs.

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Rosengarten on HuffPo: Italy’s Greatest Eating City: Bologna…or Baloney?

Once upon a time, long before I travelled to Bologna—also known as Bologna the Fat—I heard that it was the greatest eating city in Italy, towering above the others. That’s what serious eaters have made of it for decades.

Today…mama mia, is that contention in dispute!

To begin the debate…it’s wise to establish the things that are still beyond argument.

Few doubt that the region around Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, is the heart of Italian cooking.

Read more on TheHuffingtonPost.com!!

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