Briefs: McCormick Forecasts Yin and Yang for the Table

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Briefs: McCormick Forecasts Yin and Yang for the Table


McCormick, producer of herbs, spices, seasoning combinations and sauces, has come out with its Flavor Forecast for 2007. This year's list focuses on the Top 10 Flavor Pairings that Americans are likely to see at restaurants and in newly published cookbooks -- the company calls them the "yin and yang for the table."

The list comprises two trends that are influencing flavor -- the expanding breadth of choices, specifically within individual ingredients (salt comes in many flavors, colors and textures), and cuisines from around the world, particularly North Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

The combos are:

Clove and green apple

Thyme and tangerine

Tellicherry black pepper and berry

Sea salt and smoked tea

Lavender and honey

Crystallized ginger and salted pistachio

Cumin and apricot

Toasted mustard and fennel seeds

Wasabi and maple

Caramelized garlic and Riesling vinegar

McCormick's Web site offers more information and recipes using the combinations.

Mushroom expert wins national award

Dick Dougall, president of The Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club, has received the North American Mycological Association's Knighton Award, the highest to be given in mushrooming.

The award is named for Harry and Elsie Knighton, who founded NAMA, and is given to recognize and encourage persons who have distinguished themselves in service to their local clubs. Dougall was chosen for the honor from among 100 candidates.

The Western Pennsylvania Mushroom Club will begin its monthly 2007 meetings in March.

Sharp Edge plans beer tour of Belgium

Sharp Edge Beer restaurants, with three locations in the Pittsburgh area, has announced sponsorship of its inaugural "Beer Tour Belgium" from Sept. 23-30. Participants will enjoy sightseeing tours of several cities, visit breweries and restaurants and meet Belgian brewmasters. The tour is being handled by Albion Tours in Belgium.

The price, not including airfare, starts at 1,469 Euros per person, double occupancy. …

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