olive oil


This Week in Food #233: Beef, Olive Oil and Truffles

Wook is back this week to help me answer some listener mail. We tackle subjects like how to cut up a beef tenderloin, choose olive oil and soy sauce and discuss the differences between truffles. Sounds like a lot of information. Well, it is. Thanks for listening and we’ll see you next week.

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