In 2008, smoke from forest fires blanketed California’s Anderson Valley, imbuing the grapes grown there with “smoke taint” that ended up overwhelming all the other notes in the bottle a couple years later.
Matty Matheson breaks down the science and technique of burger making, and shows us what separates the real deals from the fakes out there.
One of the most obsessive specialty foods dealers in NYC—a man who has chefs addicted to the unusual—has found a way to bottle smoke.
Chris Colohan of the legendary Canadian metallic hardcore band, Cursed, is busy becoming a living legend in the vegan community for his fake bacon grease: a rich, smoky-flavored spread. I got in touch with him to find out if this porcine substitute holds up to the hype.
You may think of John Ratzenberger as just a run-of-the-mill legendary Cheers actor, but the man knows his way around a kitchen—and has a serious love for bacon. This dish would make for excellent hangover food.