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Dave Arnold is back for a short show this week to answer listener questions including fungal Chitosan clarification, alcoholic Pacojet sorbets, and chopping candied rose petals. Later on Dave discusses the best techniques for searing with the Searzall (Searzall Searzall) and explains the science behind eutectic freezing. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

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This week on Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia are back this week to discuss Novoshape Pectin Methylase browning and take other listener questions including the best techniques for making stocks in a circulator. Dave tells us why to never have a make your own sushi party for your kids and explains how to minimize crystallization when making ice. A listener asks what kitchen tool he should buy next. A centrifuge? A PacoJet? Maybe a sweet coffee setup? Later on Jonny Hunter from The Underground Food Collective stops by to talk about his centrifuge disaster. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

“Using plastic wrap over your ice block should greatly reduce the amount of crystallization you get in your freezer." [42:00]

--Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues

“The kitchen size is usually a little better when doing a restaurant pop-up in Brooklyn as opposed to Manhattan.” [44:00]

“We had a centrifuge bucket that broke because of a hairline fracture. It threw the bucket into the wall which moved the centrifuge three feet and shook the whole concrete building… we take a lot more precautions now.” [50:00]

--Jonny Hunter on Cooking Issues


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On this week's episode of The Main Course, we meet Alexes McLaughlin and Phillip Gilmour, the new guest hosts filling in for Patrick Martins while he’s away. Kicking off the show getting to know each other on air, they discuss personal questions and even delve into embarrassing histories before welcoming their first guest, Korean food expert and kimchi artisan, Mark Hurst. Mark is a local Brooklyn musician, who grew up moving between Kansas, Korea and Japan. He learned the techniques of Korean cooking early on, while spending summers with his Grandmother in rural Korea, and spent his early childhood traveling throughout Asia with his father, G. Cameron Hurst III, Professor of Medieval Japanese History at the University of Pennsylvania. Tune in to hear the discussion on Korean cuisine, culture and traditions along with examining regional differences. Learn more about Mark’s local kimchi operation here and listen to his latest musical project here. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish that is predominately made with hot chili peppers and Napa cabbages... it's usually then pickled and stored away for months.. and, it's delicious!" [25:00]

"It's [kimchi] is used both as a condiment and an ingredient. You can eat it on the side with anything but there's also several different varieties of Korean dishes that use kimchi as an ingredient in it, like soup stock." [27:18]

--Mark Hurst on The Main Course


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