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Cutting a dessert

Your senses and memory can be a guide to recreating recipes.

Richard A. Chapman

Cutting a dessert

Your senses and memory can be a guide to recreating recipes.

Richard A. Chapman

How to recreate recipes that have been lost to time

Taste, smell, and memory can be guides to recreating a beloved dish after the death of a loved one or the closure of a favorite restaurant or bakery.

Your senses and memory can be a guide to recreating recipes.

Richard A. Chapman

   

You likely have a favorite food. Maybe it reminds you of someone or of a time in your life. But if you don’t have the recipe or you make it and it doesn’t taste quite like what you remember, what do you do?

Reset talks with a pro for tips on gathering clues to recreate dishes from memory.

GUESTS: Martin Sorge, winner of the 6th season of the Great American Baking Show

Leslie Kay, professor of psychology and neuroscience, University of Chicago

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