Amy Fleming

'Amy Fleming' - 45 Article Result(s)

  • The Chilli Pepper: Hot for You?

    Amy Fleming explores the searing science of the chilli pepper. Do you throw them in everything, use particular peppers for certain dishes, or does chilli heat leaves you cold?

  • How to balance the flavours in your cooking

    Sweet, salt, bitter, sour and umami - is getting taste right an art or a science?Heinz is not the market leader in tomato ketchups for nothing. In his exhaustive New Yorker essay on why no ...

  • How stress affects your food: from distorted tastes to comfort eating

    Depression, or just plain anxiety in the kitchen, can play havoc with your tastebuds - and when you're feeling low, you may not be able to gauge how fatty your food is eitherCooking for guests, ...

  • The science behind stuffing your face at Christmas

    Feeling full, psychology and how festive food and drink make a monster of your appetiteThe amount of food we can put away on Christmas day is as impressive as it is excessive. Chocolates and mince ...

  • Food trends in 2014: from digital dining to healthy junk food

    The future of food includes holographic chefs, smart knives and egg-white crisps, according to trend analysts. But will kale ice lollies and edible soil ever catch on?It is a blustery winter morning in Mayfair, London, ...

  • How the experts use salt in their cooking - and why

    The science of how salt affects the taste of food is more complicated than you might think - but it's vital to understand if you want to improve your skill in the kitchenFerran Adrià once ...

  • Why do I crave certain foods?

    Researchers believe that liking food and craving it are different things - meaning our brains are more sophisticated than previously thought when it comes to making us eat certain thingsDo you ever get that thing ...

  • Fussy eaters - how to get your child to try nutritious food

    While it's clearly important to supervise your children's diet, the trick is to be as covert about it as possiblePreschool children are notoriously picky eaters. I am surprised that no one has written a follow ...

  • Fasting Facts: Is the 5:2 Diet too Good to be True?

    From claims that fasting makes you thin and feeds the brain to the suggestion that it can even reboot the immune system, Amy Fleming looks at the scientific evidence for restricted eating.

  • Restaurant Menu Psychology: Tricks to Make Us Order More

    From wine-appropriate music to authentic-sounding foreign names, restaurateurs have many ways to persuade diners into ordering high-profit meals.It's not always easy trying to read a menu while hungry like the wolf, woozy from aperitif and ...

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