Omnivore - How to make a killer latte in 19 seconds
By Eric CashTuesday October 20, 2015 12:54 pm EDT
For me, listening to someone talk about something they are passionate about is enthralling, but getting a chance to watch them do it step by step is inspiring. In the 2015 Food Issue we found a few people in Atlanta who were really good at what they do. It was an opportunity to go "behind the scenes" on things as commonplace as plating a chicken leg or making a latte or creating a flaming cocktail. In addition to still photos, we were able to try something a little more fun in the way of a time-lapse video. These videos show the process.
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