We're celebrating the 1 year anniversary of Culinary Chronicles on in-sight! Since November of 2014, Symrise chefs have been bringing you the latest and greatest culinary topics every month.
Symrise chefs Julie Biba, Noah Michaels, Ron Spaziani and Alexa Weeks will continue to cover topics over the next year and beyond. From events, like the RCA and IFT to trending ingredients and the latest innovations, Culinary Chronicles continues to grow.
As Culinary Chronicles continues to grow. So does the brand new Culinary Center in our Teterboro, New Jersey office. The Culinary Center should be completed very soon and will be open to host customers in an exciting, engaging and functional new atmosphere.
Check out some of our most viewed articles from the first year of Culinary Chronicles below:
Culinary Chronicles: The State of Brazilian Cuisine Post World Cup
10 minutes ago
By Chef Noah Michaels During the world cup there was a notable increase in the popularity of and interest in Brazilian food according to Christina Nguyen, the director of marketing for the popular Churrascaria chain "Texas de Brazil."
Culinary Chronicles: Bitters Invade the Kitchen
8 minutes ago
By Chef Ron Spaziani Cooking with bitters may sound crazy, but after reading this article you may get inspired to wipe the dust off that bottle of bitters on your shelf and get to cooking. As you may know, almost every cocktail that calls for bitters is improved by just a few dashes.
Culinary Chronicles: Smorgasburg
9 minutes ago
By Chef Alexa Weeks From its humble beginnings in the P.S.11 schoolyard, Smorgasburg has grown into a multifarious culinary mini-mecca where one can sample cuisines from every borough of New York City and countless countries around the world. Smorgasburg is an all-food flea market held in two locations in Brooklyn.
Culinary Chronicles: Trends in Chocolate
8 minutes ago
By Chef Julie Biba There are dozens of reasons why I chose to go to culinary school, but my love for the culinary arts can be summed up in one word: chocolate. Who doesn't love chocolate? There are so many to choose from: different variations of dark, milk and white (which is technically not chocolate, but we'll let that slide).
Culinary Chronicles: Where to Eat & Drink in New Orleans - 2015 Edition
7 minutes ago
Where to Eat and Drink in New Orleans-2015 Edition To help you prepare for the upcoming RCA conference in New Orleans, the Chefs at Symrise have curated a list of "must-tastes" during your visit. Our guide is split in to three sections: Drink, Eat, and Wake Up!
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