The Original Crock Pot
The Bulgarians knew all about slow food long before it became trendy. They make a wonderful dish called gyuvech that is cooked in a pottery dish of the same name.
Verjus: Green Juice
The green juice of immature grapes is a refreshing alternative to vinegar or lemon juice.
Cranberries: America’s Bouncing Berry
Loved by the Indians and Pilgrims alike, cranberries are a favored ingredient for the holidays.
The World According to Crème Brûlée
The subtleties of this popular dessert can tell you a lot about the kitchen it came from.
French goose and duck fat: A Golden Treasure
Duck fat is wonderfully golden and has a fatty acid profile similar to goose fat. Duck fat for sale.
Maple Sugar: America’s First Sweetener
Maple sugar is an indigenous nutrient-rich sugar that the native Indians found more transportable than maple syrup.