upper waypoint

KQED's Forum: 'Taste What You're Missing'

Save ArticleSave Article
Failed to save article

Please try again

Taste What You're Missing. by Barb StuckeyAuthor Barb Stuckey says if you really want to understand why you like the food you like, you can't stop with taste. Her new book "Taste What You're Missing" explains how all five senses interact to make our experience of meals delicious, or disappointing.

Stuckey joins Forum to discuss how you can use the science of flavor to make feasts for all the senses.

Original Broadcast: Wed, Apr 11, 2012 -- 10:00 AM

Host: Michael Krasny

Guest: Barb Stuckey, professional food developer and author


More info:

About the book "Taste What You're Missing: The Passionate Eater's Guide to Why Good Food Tastes Good" : at IndieBound.org

Barb Stuckey's website: tastewhatyourmissing.com
Twitter: @tastewhatumiss

lower waypoint
next waypoint
Samosas aren’t from India…Wait, what?Food Labeling: How to Identify Conventional, Organic and GMO ProduceSpringtime Delight: Rhubarb Puff-Tart PocketsWords on the Waves: Litquake in SausalitoWith Seafood Restaurant alaMar, Oakland Chef Nelson German Breaks From Black Chef Stereotypes