Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Big Ideas

Writer Daniel Duane, a hyper-ambitious cook, thought that milling his own flour might be one step too far. But that was before he put the home-ground stuff to the test.

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The line between beer and not-beer is blurring as craft brewers get inventive with unusual (and sometimes downright mystifying) ingredients. F&W sends a writer on a pint-size tasting adventure.

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Passports in hand, a few bold chefs are bringing tacos to Denmark, ramen to Italy, even barbecue to France.

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Writer Daniel Duane dehydrates kale, spiralizes a purple yam, “air-fries” panko-crusted cod and learns that a willingness to experiment can lead to a surprisingly satisfying meal.

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Meal-subscription services that send boxes of premeasured, pre-prepped ingredients 
to your door have become big business. 
Home cook Marisa Meltzer puts them to the test.

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Nuts are powerful—and polarizing. Should we congratulate ourselves for eating them, or apologize?

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Unwasted

Inspired by his frugal immigrant parents, star Philadelphia chef Michael Solomonov has come up with spectacular new ways to use up all the ingredient scraps at his restaurants.

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Kate Krader, F&W’s restaurant editor and eco enforcer, on five brilliant new ways that chefs are waging war against waste.

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Unwasted

Pioneering chef Dan Barber talks about the lasting lessons of his genius pop-up, WastED, at New York City’s Blue Hill Restaurant. 

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Is today’s coffee too strong to drink? Writer and veteran caffeine consumer Marnie Hanel investigates.

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