Happy 2014 foodies, food enthusiasts, or humans that enjoy the intake of food. As I am still searching for work, I will try to post things from time to time.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Obedient Ingredients.
Enjoy some photos from our Christmas Eve meal below.
But first, an update: I would love to post more frequently, and more importantly, I would love to conduct more experiments and taste tests, but I cannot for the time being. I have been unemployed for several months, and until I get a steady income, I will not be posting new experiments.
I have PLENTY of ideas of tests I’d like to try out, everything from the most basic (Which onion is best in pasta sauce? Which oil to use to bake French fries?) to elaborate (Testing different homemade Siracha sauces) to even the quirky (Does blending cheap wine in a blender actually aerate it properly, making it better?) and etc.
When I get back on my feet, I’ll resume experimenting. Until then, any job leads would be welcome. But more importantly, enjoy high quality food and experimental eating.
Originally posted on Gastronomy at BU:
Whether you are heading home for the holidays or hosting here in Boston, be sure to share a bit of New England and your Gastronomic know-how with your friends and family. We’ve gathered up our favorite food-filled reads and games as well as the best local (and easily transportable) edibles from across the area. Grab a few to give as gifts or maybe reward yourself for that 25-page Food and Senses research paper with a little New England nosh.
1. From Absinthe to Zest by Alexandre Dumas. An old book with a clever new cover stuffed with food related notes from around the great culinary world.
Brookside’s Dark Chocolate Goji/Acai/Pomegranate are the worst snacks out there.
They are not the worst because they are disgusting, and they are not even the most unhealthy thing out there. They are the WORST because they are so misleading.