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Ina Garten may be a legend of the food network. She likes to cook for Jeffrey and host dinners at her home in Hampton, but she is also more like you and me, More than you think.In fact, in a recent interview time, The star of the food network frankly said that she would never touch four kinds of food. But she also revealed her favorite hot drink and a recipe that shocked her. Yes, even the barefoot countess sometimes has trouble in the kitchen.
You can’t find coriander in Garten’s vegetable garden or herb garden. She told me: “I won’t be near it.”
But she also doesn’t like dishes that contain anatomical ingredients. She said: “I don’t deal with eyeballs very much.” We assume that this means things like roast pigs and fish that have not been slaughtered beforehand.
More surprisingly, she also pointed out that “foam” is the margarine on her upper jaw. Does this mean you never indulge in latte or cappuccino, Ina? Our caffeine breaks your heart.
Her fourth and final cooking technique? Shop-bought grated parmesan cheese. That’s right, the woman who claims that “the store bought it well” can’t justify the pre-packaged treatment of this salty Italian cheese. Who can blame her? Freshly grated from the block is a thousand times better.
In the interview, Kato also revealed her favorite drink. She told the news magazine: “Whiskeys are sour every summer.” “But they must be homemade, with fresh juices and high-quality bourbon-Noble Creek.”
What if she doesn’t have bourbon on hand? “The other thing is the rosé from the Sinsky Vineyard.” She also likes Aperol sprtiz occasionally.
But even the Barefoot Contessa struggles with some food. She said: “I have been studying Boston Cream Pie and there are about three books, but I haven’t reached the right balance, taste and texture.”
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