Gabe Rosen of Biwa Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, demonstrates how to make a Saké Simmered Salmon.
At SakéOne, Greg Lorenz is one of less than a handful of saké brewers in the country. He’s trying to build a domestic market for premium saké. We visit the SakéOne brewery to see how this ancient Japanese beverage is made.
Brewer Greg Lorenz of SakéOne shares a few tips for drinking premium saké.
The Weekly Roundup
- How Farms, Restaurants, and Grocery Stores are Designing Waste out of the Food System (Good blog)
- Obama Administration Seeks to Overhaul International Food Aid (New York Times)
- Symphony of the Soil (Hollywood Theatre)
- Fast Food Workers in New York Stage Surprise Strike (Progressive Press)
- Drink Like “Mad Men” with 6 Exceptional Cocktails (Yummly Blog)
Do you want to drink like the characters in “Mad Men”, the hit AMC television series? Well, good luck keeping up, but here’s a list of cocktail recipes you can use to recreate those iconic 60’s era drinks at home.
- Paltrow’s recipes “cost $300 a day (Courier Mail)
For those able to place a higher value on food, actress Gwyneth Paltrow has written a new cookbook just for you. Perhaps it should be be titled, “Reality Check: How to Cook Frugally on Just 3 Ben Franklin’s a Day”. 😉
A new feature length film from director Deborah Koons Garcia. “Filmed on four continents, featuring esteemed scientists and working farmers and ranchers, Symphony of the Soil is an intriguing presentation that highlights possibilities of healthy soil creating healthy plants creating healthy humans living on a healthy planet.”
According to this article, most fast food workers earn the federal minimum wage of $7.25/hour. In New York City, how is a worker earning $11,000 per year able to survive? By the way, the fast food industry as a whole takes in about $200 billion in gross earnings. How do you spell “livable wage jobs”, these protesters are seeking a minimum of $15/hour.