Meat and Three
Acid Redux: Citrus, Vinegar, Coffee, and Grog
This week on Meat and Three we explore all things tangy, sour, and sharp in an episode about acid. We look at how one bar is finding creative ways to stop wasting citrus. Then we hear from an HRN host who travelled the world to learn about vinegar and we experiment with reducing acidity in coffee. We also continue our conversation about grog, jumping from the 18th century to the present day to discover some refreshing cocktail recipes.
Further reading and listening:
If you’re in NYC, take a trip to Pouring Ribbons to try out their cocktails. You can also make your own citrus stock.
Hear more from Michael Harlan Turkell on episode 110 of Japan Eats! Subscribe to Japan Eats! on your favorite podcast platform and never miss an episode! (Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | RSS).
Plus hear more from Michael Harlan Turkell on his HRN podcasts The Food Seen and Modernist Breadcrumbs. And check out his book “Acid Trip: Travels in the World of Vinegar.
Enjoy these Low-acid coffee recommendations.
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