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Olive Oil 101: Everything You Need to Know

by in Events, April 28th, 2015

Olive OilBy Aaron Hutcherson

The third annual New York International Olive Oil Competition took place this month, where a panel of 15 expert tasters spent three days evaluating nearly 700 different olive oils.

Seven hundred olive oils? Yes. A lot of variations exist in the world of oil. The first kind that likely comes to mind is “extra virgin,” which signifies more nutrients, less refinement and a more nuanced flavor. Many experts liken olive oil to wine in terms of its breadth of flavor. Olive oil can range from sweet to bitter or smooth to astringent, and it can have any combination of floral, fruity or grassy notes.

Here are a few things I learned at the competition that will help you shop for, store and cook smarter with oil:
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How to Make Crispy Salmon Skin (Every Time) — All-Star Academy

by in Shows, April 21st, 2015

Crispy SalmonBy: Leah Brickley

Who else is super excited that Joseph’s striped bass entree made him the winner of All-Star Academy? It looked delicious (though we thought Vanessa’s did too) and judge Curtis Stone certainly confirmed that it was. But Joseph didn’t escape without some constructive criticism — the skin on his striped bass could have been a little crispier. So, in honor of Joseph attending culinary school with his winnings, here’s a little lesson in crispy fish skin.

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