Barbara Woolsey

Käsespätzle

Cheesy, Savory Spaetzle Will Make You Forget All About Mac and Cheese

This German comfort food will blow that blue box right outta the water.
Barbara Woolsey
3.12.18
Send Noodz

Send Noodz: A Winter-Friendly Thai Glass Noodle Salad

Berlin-based chef Dalad Kambhu specializes in adapting Thai flavors to far-northern climes; this glass noodle salad is perfect for when your farmers' market feels like the Arctic.
Barbara Woolsey
1.31.18
Pickles

What It’s Like to Be a Professional Pickle Tester

Maik Maetzke never aspired to become a pickle expert, but it seems it was meant to be.
Barbara Woolsey
5.29.17
Berlin

Meet the Singing Chef Who’s Hosting Berlin’s Finest Dinner Parties

Julia Bosski's Polish-infused parties are equal parts dinner and theater.
Barbara Woolsey
3.14.17
Booze

Meet the Scientist in Charge of Jägermeister’s Secret Recipe

"No, the world will never run out of Jägermeister."
Barbara Woolsey
3.4.17
chocolate

Meet the Master Chocolatier Who Is Also a Chemist

Godiva's Thierry Muret stumbled into making chocolate purely by chance after studying industrial chemistry, physics, and molecular-level crystal formation.
Barbara Woolsey
12.9.16
coffee

The Rise of India’s Coffee Revolution

India has been growing coffee for centuries, but Indians themselves have almost always preferred a cup of chai instead. That is, until now.
Barbara Woolsey
12.2.16
coffee

This Company Is Turning Coffee Grounds into Coffee Cups

What if instead of getting buried into garbage bags, old coffee grounds could be recycled into something useful and sustainable? That's the goal of Kaffeeform.
Barbara Woolsey
7.7.16
INDIA

The Indian State Where Everyone Eats Beef

For India's Hindu majority, cattle are considered holy beings and are protected from slaughter almost everywhere in the country. But in the southern state of Kerala, people have been enjoying beef for 2,000 years.
Barbara Woolsey
5.25.16
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This Sake Sommelier Wants You to Stop Drinking Crappy Hot Sake

Think you don't like sake? Motoko Watanabe of Zenkichi says that's because you've been drinking mass-produced swill that's served boiling hot to mask its crappiness.
Barbara Woolsey
5.20.16
Berlin

How Two Dutch Chefs Are Reinventing Berlin's Restaurant Scene

Serving an eclectic menu that includes Dutch bitterballen and baba au rhum, Lode & Stijn is the antidote to Berlin restaurants decked out in mismatched vintage furniture.
Barbara Woolsey
5.18.16
cheesemaking

Artisan Cheesemaking Has Arrived in India

Tina Khan, an artisan cheesemaker in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, is one of a select few trying to pioneer cheese in the country.
Barbara Woolsey
4.25.16
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