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  • Tea goes beyond the cup with uses in cookies, rubs, braises and more

    Tea goes beyond the cup with uses in cookies, rubs, braises and more
    The next time you sit down for a cup of tea, take in the aromatic steam while it's brewing. The smoky flavor of hojicha, a drink made from green tea that's been smoked over charcoal, might suggest the aroma of a woodsy campfire. Genmaicha, which combines grassy green tea with crisped and popped brown rice, is simultaneously lush and earthy. Assam can be as malty and rich as chocolate.
  • Smoking, hot or cold, can add flavor to nearly any food

    Smoking, hot or cold, can add flavor to nearly any food
    There's a primal wonder to smoked food — that such depth of flavor can come from so simple a technique. And then there's the fun of the process itself, whether you're working with a formal smoker setup or one you've "MacGyver-ed" out of odds and...

    As Lady of Q, Sylvie Curry's competitive barbecue spirit flares

    As Lady of Q, Sylvie Curry's competitive barbecue spirit flares
    Think you've got winning barbecue? It's one thing to be a weekend warrior at a summer cookout; it's another thing entirely to enter a formal competition. Sylvie Curry has been involved in championship barbecue for about 10 years, first as part of the Four...

    Chef Tim Hollingsworth puts years into his barbecued tri-tip

    Chef Tim Hollingsworth puts years into his barbecued tri-tip
    Tim Hollingsworth cooks tri-tip just like his father did, which is certainly not to suggest he cooks it the same way that his father did. After all, Hollingsworth is the chef at the new-wave barbecue joint Barrel & Ashes in Studio City as well as the...

    Chef Tim Hollingsworth's barbecue rules: thick steaks, cheap tri-tip

    Chef Tim Hollingsworth's barbecue rules: thick steaks, cheap tri-tip
    Getting ready for summer barbecues? Chef Tim Hollingsworth of Barrel & Ashes has some advice. Make sure you buy thick cuts. It's better to serve one steak to two people than to try to cook two thin ones. "The biggest mistake people make is buying too-...