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This week, we're looking at home brewing with William Bostwick. Also: Japanese grilling with Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat, grilling wines with Ray Isle, and we go into the world of a flavor scientist.
Cumin-Lemon Lamb Grill in Lettuce Rolls with Grilled Vegetables
'Drippy' Mexican Sweet Corn
Ray Isle joins us to share his wine picks for grilling.
Article: Wines for GrillingWebsite: Food & Wine MagazineRecipe: Cumin-Lemon Lamb Grill in Lettuce Rolls with Grilled Vegetables
Jane and Michael Stern are eating pancakes and donuts at Lakeside Diner in Stamford, Conn.
Website: Lakeside DinerWebsite: RoadFood.comBook: 500 Things to Eat Before It's Too LateBook: The Lexicon of Real American Food
The Japanese Grill with Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat.
Book: The Japanese GrillRecipe: Yaki Onigiri
William Bostwick talks home brewing.
Books: Beer CraftRecipe: SaisonWebsite: BeerCraftBook.com
Bruce Smith discusses corn domestication.
Bio: Meet Dr. Bruce SmithRecipe: 'Drippy' Mexican Sweet Corn
Questions come in about pork shoulder, washing blackberries and oregano.
John Wright is a flavor scientist who conjures up tastes.
A great little quick-eats spot just off the Merritt Parkway, the Lakeside Diner is famous for its donuts, but is a worthy destination for whatever breakfast (or lunch) you desire.