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What is aquafaba? Are baby carrots really baby carrots? Here the editors of TASTE answer some of life’s most-pressing culinary mysteries. TASTE is an online food and culture magazine, reporting from the frontlines of dinner.

What is aquafaba? Are baby carrots really baby carrots? Here the editors of TASTE answer some of life’s most-pressing culinary mysteries. TASTE is an online food and culture magazine, reporting from the frontlines of dinner.
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What is aquafaba? Are baby carrots really baby carrots? Here the editors of TASTE answer some of life’s most-pressing culinary mysteries. TASTE is an online food and culture magazine, reporting from the frontlines of dinner.

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English


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Grilling Is Never Easy

11/16/2018
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If you're a fan of home cooking, deep dives into culinary history, and emerging topics in today’s quickly moving food culture, TASTE Daily is a must-listen. Home to the popular series TASTE Food Questions, as well as essays, travel features, interviews, and deeply reported narrative non-fiction published on TASTE. Produced by Max Falkowitz, Anna Hezel, and Matt Rodbard.

Duration:00:09:38

Who Invented Spaghetti and Meatballs?

11/15/2018
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The classic Italian dish you won’t find anywhere in Italy.

Duration:00:01:59

Turkey’s Most Elusive Spice

11/14/2018
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The ground pit of a cherry, known in Turkey as mahlep, can be hard to put a finger on, but quite a few Turkish pastries, ice creams, and drinks wouldn’t be the same without it.

Duration:00:05:33

What is 3rd-Wave Coffee?

11/13/2018
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What the wonky term means, and what’s coming next for your cup.

Duration:00:01:45

The Balthazar Cookbook: My Personal Cooking School

11/12/2018
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Early in her culinary journey, a future cookbook editor worked through 60 French recipes of the 2003 classic cookbook. It changed the way she cooked forever.

Duration:00:08:36

Where was America's First Ice Cream Parlor?

11/11/2018
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A look back to the age when ice cream was as precious as caviar.

Duration:00:02:15

Why Do We Care What Celebrities Cook?

11/10/2018
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When you decide to cook Oprah’s mashed potatoes, it’s never really about the potatoes.

Duration:00:06:37

What Are Hawaiian Rolls?

11/9/2018
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These sweet, fluffy dinner rolls share a common ancestry with some farflung breads.

Duration:00:02:08

Wednesdays at Nguyen Phat

11/8/2018
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A Rust Belt town’s battle for survival comes down to a single change driver: refugees.

Duration:00:08:41

When Did Ramen Come to Japan?

11/7/2018
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The iconic dish and tradition are relatively recent inventions.

Duration:00:01:51

How the Budino Craze Swept Across America

11/6/2018
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A closer look at the high-margin, much-loved dessert that underpromises and overdelivers. Time after time.

Duration:00:07:00

What is Curry Powder Made Of?

11/5/2018
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The yellow powder is ubiquitous these days—except in India.

Duration:00:01:32

What Makes a Great Meat Marinade?

11/4/2018
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Meat bought with the best intentions can be, well, boring. Marinades fix that, sometimes in a hurry.

Duration:00:05:58

Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich?

11/3/2018
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This zen riddle for the ages finally has an answer—at least from the nation’s hot dog honchos.

Duration:00:02:02

British Baking Isn’t Very British At All

11/2/2018
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The Great British Bake Off is often said to embody Britain’s national identity and culture. But the history of British baking has its roots in countries and cuisines thousands of miles away.

Duration:00:09:10

What is a Manhattan?

11/1/2018
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How the king of cocktails got its connection to the Big Apple.

Duration:00:01:36

Vinegar: Now in Powder Form

10/31/2018
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Through a small miracle of science, you can add vinegar flavor to dry foods like popcorn and kale chips, in addition to all the pickles and salads.

Duration:00:03:48

Jonathan Gold Walks Into a Korean Restaurant

10/30/2018
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“The thing is, the restaurants here are as good as the restaurants in Seoul.” A meal in Los Angeles Koreatown with the late, great J. Gold.

Duration:00:04:45

Why is Japanese Whisky So Expensive?

10/29/2018
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And is that $75 single malt really worth it?

Duration:00:01:11

What Makes Paneer Good? A Personality

10/28/2018
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We’ve all had paneer simmered in sweet tomato sauces and bright green spinach purees, but the key to this Indo-Chinese dish is in a dusting of “Manchurian” flavoring from a packet before it hits the frying pan.

Duration:00:06:57