Join host Jennifer Iannolo as she explores a world of sensual delights filled with flavor, aroma and texture -- and takes on "trendy food" with a heaping tablespoon of sass. Find out what some of the world's most renowned chefs think about food, philosophy and culinary swooning. Food Philosophy is a production of The Gilded Fork.
Whilst I was running amok at Peru’s La Mistura culinary festival, I grabbed Chef Maricel Presilla to help me learn the secrets of picarones, a fried dough dessert that had me addicted from the first bite. Every culture seems to have a fried dough, and that’s as good as street food gets. I thought from Maricel’s description that these were gluten-free, but alas, they do have flour. This presents a fabulous challenge for me to come up with a substitute — I bet tapioca flour would be ideal. Light and fluffy, and slathered with sugary syrup, picarones are made from...
Whilst I was running amok at Peru's La Mistura culinary festival, I grabbed Chef Maricel Presilla to help me learn the secrets of picarones, a fried dough dessert that had me addicted from the first bite.
During my trip to Rias Baixas, Spain, our gaggle of journalists spent an evening in the dining room of Chef José González-Solla, owner of Casa Solla in Pontevedra. After dinner I sat down with the chef to talk about his food philosophy and the way he plays with his food.