Chow-ing down at MOFAD
by Jordan Werner My go-to Chinese food delivery order is an egg roll, pork fried dumplings, orange chicken, and fried rice. It’s a combination that I eat at least once a month, and the flavors are so familiar that I can taste them as soon as I hit “submit order” on Seamless. The ingredients, though—and the history of where these dishes come from and how they developed—had always been a total mystery to me.
Jackweeds and Nannypoos
On this week's Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia are joined in the studio by colleague Peter Kim from the Museum of Food and Drink, and tackle deli slicers, the peculiarities of pectin and pepper, disputed ratios in simple syrup recipes, the Tokyo Tsukiji Market Tour, and why you should