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10/17/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, CulinarySource: Symrise

Chef Gonzalo Guzman of Nopalito Talks Cooking, Inspiration and Ingredients

Raised in Veracruz, Mexico, Gonzalo Guzman was cooking as early as six as a way to take care of his family. He moved to the U.S. when he was 14, holding multiple jobs and double...  more »

10/12/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Culinary, MixologySource: Symrise

Inspired in Denver Part 2: Chefs and Mixologists Explore Innovative and Unique Ingredients

This is article two of a two-part installation from the Symrise-Star Chefs Colorado Roundtable. “Heating up sauces that you don’t want to recook—like consommé—in the microwave is...  more »

10/05/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Culinary, Food TrendsSource: Symrise

Inspired in Denver: Chefs Weigh in on Collaboration and Community

The night before the 2017 StarChefs Colorado Rising Stars Awards Ceremony took place, Symrise hosted a private roundtable discussion featuring some of Colorado's most prominent...  more »

How the Garbage Plate Became a Western New York Icon

A crooked icon of the Virgin and child watches over the kitchen, and off to the side, pillowy hot dog buns sit in thin plastic bags. Construction-site-sized trash cans are...  more »

Culinary Chronicles: Edible Insects – The Rise of American Entomophagy

By Chef Matthew O'Connell In years past, you went to the ballpark with your family and grabbed a few hot dogs, some peanuts and cracker jacks. Options were limited. While these...  more »

09/21/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, CulinarySource: Symrise

Talking Ingredients, Inspiration and Innovation with Chef Lee Wolen of Boka

Lee Wolen, a 2015 Rising Star Chef, as well as chef and partner at Boka in Chicago, IL, knew he wanted to be in the kitchen from a young age. He attended a vocational culinary...  more »

09/18/2017

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Culinary, HispanicSource: www.eater.com

Meet Mi Tocaya, the New Star of Chicago's Mexican Scene

Half a roasted marrowbone drifts atop the caldo de res that Diana Davila serves on Sundays at her Chicago restaurant Mi Tocaya Antojeria. The dish, large enough to feed three or...  more »

Feast Your Eyes on the Ridiculous New Snacks At AT&T Stadium, Home of the Dallas Cowboys

As Dak Prescott, Dez Bryant, and the rest of America's Team have been preparing to kick some ass this season, the culinary mad scientists at AT&T Stadium's Legends Hospitality have...  more »

Chefs spice up ethnic dishes with autumn flavors

Nothing signals the end of summer like the return of autumn spices to menus. This year, diners can enjoy the fall flavors they crave - like pumpkin, cinnamon, cardamom, clove and...  more »

Waffles Seen as an Emerging Trend at the Summer Fancy Food Show

By Kamila Gierut, Digital Marketing Associate We recently published the Symrise Top 12 Trends from the 2017 Summer Fancy Food Show right here on in-sight. The Symrise Marketing...  more »

"Even just a few spices or ethnic condiments that you can keep in your pantry can turn your mundane dishes into a culinary masterpiece." -Marcus Samuelsson

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