One of the most popular Swiss cheeses, Emmental deserves a permanent place in your fridge, and on your cutting board.
Just like there’s more than one way to play a guitar, you can cook the same food using multiple methods, each yielding a unique texture, aroma, and taste.
The more methods you learn, the more diverse your home-cooked meals will become. Though you and your household will probably favor some more than you do others, it only helps if, with time, you’ve perfected them all.
The frying pan is the most indispensable cooking vessel for any home cook. Without it, we can’t make delicious meals for ourselves or feed our loved ones (unless, of course, they’re okay eating salad and cold soup all year round).
Jambon de Paris, also known as Paris-style ham, is a slow-cooked, unsmoked ham traditionally prepared by artisanal butcher shops in Paris—the capital city of France—and its outskirts.