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If you really think about bacon, it's basically smoked and cured pork belly. And in my mind, pork belly makes for a really excellent braise. It may seem counterintuitive to braise bacon, instead of slicing it and serving it crisp, but...Show More Summary
The boys behind the newly opened Prohibition-era inspired diner Beuchert's Saloon know a thing or two about hangovers. Partners August Paro, Brendan McMahon, and Nathan Berger painstakingly restored the historic building just steps from Eastern Market themselves, down to the wallpaper and light fixtures. Show More Summary
An Arrested Development tasting menu, eating cicadas, and cauliflower tortillas in today's link roundup.
The word "Tuscan" has been abused and misused on the menus of everyone from The Olive Garden to Subway and can generally be translated to mean "vaguely Italian and probably but not necessarily grilled and maybe it contains chicken but...Show More Summary
Aldea's gianduja mousse is the rare dessert that has a multitude of interesting components and is still immensely satisfying.
With 60 to 70 whiskies behind the bar, bar manager Jack Caminos wants people to explore the complex array of flavors that whiskey can offer.
Lillet has released a few vintage bottlings in especially good years for white Bordeaux wines, and one of those, 2009, has just reached the market. The blend is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels that are 225 liters. (Regular Lillet is aged in large oak vats ranging from 8,000 liters to 20,000 liters.)
Dave's Hoagies has brought real-deal Philly-style sandwiches to the Financial District.
Roots drummer Questlove has lent his signature fried chicken and punctuation mark of choice to Hybird, one of the newest food stalls in Chelsea Market. But dumplings, cupcakes, and slushies come along for the ride as well, in flavors like carrot cake-red curry and truffled egg. Could this WTF-ery be any good? We tried it all to find out.
Inspired by and named for the infamous hurricane that wrecked the Carolina coast in 1989, Matt and Ted Lee's Hugo cocktail is just as fierce as its namesake. At its core, the beverage is a riff on a Dark and Stormy, but it uses a serious dose of fresh ginger juice instead of the soda. Show More Summary
An ode to the smooth-drinking bourbon cocktail.
Our guide to throwing the best possible sausage party, complete with straight-up sausage, things stuffed with sausage, and all the condiments you can fit on the table.
The story of McConnell's Fine Ice Creams in Santa Barbara is definitely a charmer: Boy meets girl. Boy gets drafted into World War II. Boy tries amazing ice cream in France and wants to recreate it at home. Boy and girl (now married) move to Santa Barbara and boy uses his GI Bill money to buy an ice cream machine. Scoop shop is born.
Check out the upcoming food-friendly events in Chicago.
Now that it's over, I wanted to step back and observe a bit, tallying up the trends and themes I noticed throughout the Manhattan Cocktail Classic.
Brasserie 54 is an LM "neighborhood French restaurant and bar" in the heart of Andersonville that offers solid French fare in a very approachable setting
The first thing you'll notice about this sandwich is that it has legs. It's an entire soft shell crab, and it's a gem on this sushi-heavy menu.
It's fitting that "evolution" is part of the name, because this place is quite a few steps removed from the industrial park/cement garage/questionable legality days of brewery visits.
Today, on National Fill Your Thermos Brand Bottle Day, participating retailers in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis and Bentonville are getting involved by offering a free fill of coffee to anyone who brings in a Thermos brand bottle.
Hubcap makes a tasty burger that, with a few minor tweaks, could easily be one of the best in the city