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Thursday, December 7, 2006

Is it OK to Eat Green Potatoes?

Is it OK to eat green potatoes?

Why should you keep watermelons out of the refrigerator?

Which are more nutritious, raw carrots or cooked carrots?

Harold McGee knows the answers and writes about the science of food and cooking: where our foods come from, what they are and what they’re made of, and how cooking transforms them. He has a huge book, On Food & Cooking: The Science & Lore of the Kitchen, and Bill Buford, author of Heat, will tell you why you should own and read this book. Bills pitch for the book on NPR’s All Things Considered is fun to read and to hear.

I’m not going to buy this book. Too big, to much, can’t afford it, lots of excuses, but I am going to follow what’s going on at CURIOUS COOK exploring the science of food and its transformations with Harold McGee

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Maybe they are OK on St Patricks Day