Being successful in cooking with spirits means using your senses like eyes as well as your taste buds when choosing pairings.
Sea & Smoke pairs five incredible Scotches with five exceptional Oysters. Each have unique characteristics from the regions where they were born, and all pair beautifully with these Oyster choices.
Menu designers use the lessons of behavioral economics to persuade consumers into ordering what the brand wants. Certain real estate on a menu is strategically used to protect profit while other sections are used to encourage impulse buying.
Kim and Celia wrangle beverage legalities during the Tool Box Session at Hospitality Executive Exchange East.
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Off-the-beaten-path meats. “Root-to-leaf” dishes that feature vegetables in their entirety. “Fat-washed” cocktails that add flavor and viscosity.
These are the hot trends that will lead us into 2017, according to the culinary and beverage team at Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, which just released its annual trend report.
From smoke that billows over booze to flavorful foams that ooze, over the last decade or so, molecular mixology methods have become firmly entrenched on the cocktail menus of the world.