"Just get over the fear of touching our food. There’s a way where we have been, I think, conditioned by the media and by bad news—and just the way of the world is constantly separating us from sensory experiences. We are on screens the whole time. And the beauty of cooking is that it’s still sensory, and it’s so tactile."
Former Chez Panise Chef Samin Nosrat says, "As much as there is to be said about all of the amazing local produce that comes throughout the year, I'm all about the stalwarts that are really available year-round. If we can get comfortable cooking things like broccoli and cauliflower and spinach and carrots, that's really a great foundation for being a good cook. You can make anything taste good if you can make everyday vegetables taste good."
Loved this new show on Netflix called Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat so many 🔥 takeaways. Are you obsessed with cooking shows on Netflix too, drop your fav in the comments please and thank you need lots of entertainment for holiday travels!