How The Chef Hierarchy Works

Usually forms of hierarchy are involved in either the military, the monarchy, or other larger organizations. But did you know that they also apply  to restaurants? You might have heard of Executive Chef McCroakins  announcing a new dish at this place or Frog...

Five Movies for Foodies

It’s kind of a shame these days that food (in general) don’t get enough recognition in movies. Too often, they’re used as cannon fodder for 15-second or 30-second commercial spots. But not all hope is lost, however, as there are five (good, seriously...

Science of cooking

Did you know that cooking isn’t just throwing things into a big pot and seeing how it turns out? What if I told you that every meal you cook (and even microwave) is science? I hate science. HATE it. Chemistry was the bane of my existence; but I LOVE cooking! My...

This weather though…

I have to tell you, I was so excited to walk out my door this morning to come to work! First, who else is open on Saturdays to help fit your busy schedule? Second, DID YOU FEEL HOW AMAZING IT IS OUTSIDE? It was in the 60s when I left and I love it! It’s the...

Webster’s Forgotten Words

So recently, I came across a Huffington Post article by Paul Anthony Jones (which can be found here) that talked about some of Webster’s best forgotten words. The list, which I will copy and paste, includes some words I will be scribbling into my word of the day...