There's a genetic reason why some people love coriander and others think it tastes like rotten soap.
Don’t worry about losing that cucumber crunch—by grilling the vegetables lightly for ten minutes, they get deliciously smoky, not soggy.
A Japanese member of the mint family, shiso's flavor is more shoegaze than death rock. The spearmint notes don’t smash themselves across your lips—this is a slow seduction of the tongue. “I use it every day in our sashimi rolls,” says London chef Gohei...
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“There’s a sourness to coriander that works really well in sweet stuff,” says American-born baker and owner of London’s Violet Bakery Claire Ptak, as she shows me how to prepare her festive ginger molasses cookies.