Mark Vogel’s ‘Food for Thought’
Mark Vogel is a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. He also has a BA in economics and Master's and Doctorate degrees in psychology. Over the past two decades he has worked as a waiter, bartender, chef and manager in an array of restaurants. Currently he is a culinary instructor and food writer. His column "Food for Thought" is published in a variety of periodicals and websites.
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Mark’s Website: https://markvogel.info/
2020 - MARK HAS PUBLISHED A COOKBOOK! Available on Amazon
Food history and science, cooking techniques, and over 250 recipes are the ingredients for Food for Thought. What does bone marrow have to do with prehistoric man’s brain development? How did the Battle of Trafalgar influence beet consumption? What are the intricacies of making a hollandaise, or homemade stock? How does an egg’s age influence how it should be cooked? What is the proper methodology for grilling? Such questions, and many more, comprise this well-researched, 159-chapter compilation of ingredients & classic dishes, and the technical know-how to master them.