Author: Scott

“PLANT-BASED GOURMET”: COOKBOOK REVIEW

Posted by Scott on June 13, 2021 in News

Cue the candlelight. Cue the violins. The stage has been set for a new kind of haute cuisine. Vegan haute cuisine. Gone are the days when “vegan” meant that dinner was a plain (sad) green salad. Restaurants around the world now offer substantial plant-based entrees. Some, like Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park have fully switched to

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CAKE HATERS REJOICE! “ALL ABOUT CAKE”: COOKBOOK REVIEW

Posted by Scott on June 7, 2021 in News

“Let them eat cake.” It’s very unlikely the doomed queen ever uttered these famous words. But if she did, I’ll bet she was thinking of cakes from the likes of Milk Bar. Crazy cakes. Inspiring cakes. Revolutionary cakes. Well ok, M-A probably wasn’t so keen on revolutionary cakes, but the point is that cakes have

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“Justice for Black America is justice for all of America”

Posted by Scott on April 20, 2021 in News

Never talk about politics, religion or money. This was accepted wisdom when I was growing up. Beliefs run deep. Some matters are too personal to be shared. You can’t change people’s minds, so why start an argument? The tragedy that is George Floyd’s death has engulfed our country. The need to confront systematic racial injustice

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To thine own self …

Posted by Scott on April 5, 2021 in News

At Mised Out, we promote under-represented culinary voices. Historical human rights abuses in the kitchen need to be addressed. We specifically stock works by and about historically marginalized voices from the cooking world as part of that mission. Implicit in this mission is respect for others, an understanding that differing voices and views should be

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