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The Cheddar cheese lexicon
Mary Ann Drake ’96 PhD and the North Carolina State University Sensory Service Center produced this cheese flavor wheel, as well as a more specific cheddar cheese lexicon.
Categories: Culinary Arts, Food
Tags: Cheddar cheese, Flavors, Taste, Cheese
Choosing the right onion—and some onion lore
How do you choose the right onion? Get the answer, some recipes, and onion lore.
Categories: Food, Culinary Arts
Tags: Recipe, Onions
Video: Twin Vista Ranch donated to WSU
Twin Vista Ranch near Port Townsend was donated to WSU, to be kept in sustainable, organic production for the community and educational purposes.
Categories: Agriculture, Food
Tags: Video, Organic foods, Local food
Raspberries can add a tartness and zing to any number of dishes. Try out these recipes from the Washington Red Raspberry Commission, and visit their website for more recipes, health and nutrition information, and storage and cooking tips.Raspberry Fr...
Tags: Recipe, Raspberries
Video: How Feeding Styles Work
Most parents work hard to prepare nutritious, well-balanced meals for their children. But, once the children sit down to eat, what can parents do to help them learn how to eat healthy? What can parents say and do to encourage children to try new food...
Categories: Food, Health sciences
Tags: Nutrition, Children, Parenting, Eating, Video
A delicious dilemma:
Ingredients for a photographic still life
Categories: Food, Photography
Tags: Cuisine, Photography
Recipe: Swiss Chard with Garlicky Chickpeas
It was hard to pick just one recipe from Tender. But given the winter season, the ingredients (chickpeas, chard, and garlic) that we’ve recently featured in our magazine, and the smart simplicity of this dish, we chose this one to share.Serves 4 to...
Tags: Recipe, Chickpeas, Garlic, Garbanzo beans
How to cook lean beef
Most of us are accustomed to eating beef from cattle finished on grain. The finishing process builds up intramuscular fat and can result in tasty, fat-marbleized meat. But many of Washington’s small and medium-scale cattle ranches finish their catt...
Tags: Beef, Cooking, Cattle
Bread books and videos
More than four decades ago, The Tassajara Bread Book opened up with the following epigram: “We need more cooks, not more cookbooks.” Now we have a lot more of both, plus video. Here are few of the latest gems of the genre....
Tags: Cookbooks, Baking, Video, Bread
Flourgirls and the WSU-Unifine connection
Coming soon: the Flourgirls story.Read more about the Unifine flour milling process in "The lost and found flourmill."...
Categories: Food, Business
Tags: Flour, Milling, Unifine