Chef Samin Nosrat is a foodie with an appreciation of the fundamental elements of great cooking. A celebrated food writer and educator, she shares what she’s learned from the formative food experiences in her life—such as her initial training at the lauded farm-to-table landmark Chez Panisse—and guides food fans through the essentials of cooking with contagious enthusiasm for the extraordinary ingredients, masterful techniques, and vibrant cultures she celebrates.
Today, we’ll look at the message of her acclaimed cookbook and current docuseries on Netflix and see what makes it such an appetizing treat for foodie readers and viewers.
We recently had the pleasure of sampling some extraordinary cuisine in the Latin-culture epicenter of Miami, Florida. A meal in South Beach is enough to prove that NBA Basketball (The Miami Heat) hasn’t been the only thing generating heat in this beach-front paradise aptly nicknamed “The Magic City.”
Magic might as well be the secret ingredient in lick-your-plate-delicious chimichurri sauce. And these south-of-the-border dishes are gaining popularity across the globe. A glance at current, worldwide culinary trends shows that Latin foods are on the rise even outside of their usual markets. From Cuban and Mexican dishes to Chilean and Argentinian fare, South- and Central-American flavors are spicing up the global palate through the talents of inventive chefs.