Ask Me Anything: Why I Love Maggi
Also this week: My favorite ways to cook wings and thoughts on sheet pan meals.
Hello from my house, where my arms are usually not crossed! Thanks for a great AMA this week. Look for my Chicago and Paris lists next week, so be sure to be a subscriber.
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Here’s that article I mentioned about chefs posing with their arms crossed.
These are the Maggi brands that I buy:
Here are some of my favorite wing recipes. There are a few!
And, as promised, these are some great oyster recipes.
This week’s questions
What’s your opinion of Maggi sauce? Should it be in my arsenal?
What do you like on your wings?
Hello Andrew! I've been a fan for quite some time, and find your advice invaluable.
I am returning to Paris in April of next year after 30 years. I will be staying at the Berri Champs Elysees and would love some recommendations for restaurants in the area. Where to splurge, and where to eat where the locals go?
Thank you in advance!
It’s oyster season! What do you like to do with oysters?
Question: do you ever come to Chicago and if you do what is your favorite place to eat in Chicago/Illinois?
Your turkey a la king recipe made me wonder: What are some classic old time recipes that still work with modern tastes and schedules?
Do you like any sheet pan meals?