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Jake Fredericks is a senior reporter and copy editor for the Daily Sundial. Jake graduated culinary school in 2011 and has been working in professional kitchens for 6 years. His enjoyment for cooking and creativity in writing has given him a unique skill set, which he has applied wholly to his goals as a food critic and eventual restauranteur. When he is not working or in class, he finds solace in writing, surfing, traveling and riding his motorcycle.

Make it yourself: Celery Root (Celeriac) Remoulade

Remoulade is a classic French condiment with an affinity for pairing with seafood dishes, much like tartar sauce. Although the traditional version is more...

Tasty Trivia: Eat your peas and carrots!

Every evening around 6 o’clock, the world’s children transform from hellish, screaming banshees into modern-day Picassos, van Goghs and Rembrandts. Peas are arranged into...

Make it yourself: Butterscotch-Ale Bread Pudding

If you couldn’t tell by now, this writer has a pretty big sweet tooth. Donuts, cookies, ice cream, I love ‘em all. One of...

Tasty trivia: why brown is the new green

Ever wonder why your favorite beer is bottled in a brown bottle, rather than a more eye-catching green, blue or clear bottle? The answer...

Beer Belly

Nothing beats a cold one after a long day on your feet or  fielding calls at the office. Beer is considered one of the...

A Valentine’s Day recipe as hot as your love, and restaurant...

Recipe: Bananas Foster Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes   The art of flambe may be a passé culinary art form, but it’s sure to impress...

DIY Ganache and Macerated Mint-Infused Raspberries

Forget about that 3-year-old bottle of Hershey's chocolate syrup in your cabinet—here's an easy recipe for homemade chocolate sauce that's sure to impress. The...

DIY Vanilla Extract

Baking fans will love this simple, two-set recipe to make homemade vanilla extract. All you need is a glass (8 fluid ounces) of bottom-shelf...

The yin and yang of food: chocolate and vanilla

Some enjoy chocolate and vanilla swirled in an ice cream cone, while others are steadfast in their determination to keep them apart. It is...

Review: LA Lasagna Co.

Lasagna is one of the few Italian recipes that has undergone minimal change over its extensive lifetime adorning menus worldwide, and rightly so. It...

Tasty Trivia: Pasta Edition

The Italian name for a pasta dish is derived from the pasta used combined with the focal point of the dish itself, indicative of...

A match made in heaven

This dish takes me back to the week I spent in Northern Italy in 2011. I maximized my relatively short stay by eating five...
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