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A Brooklynite myself, I'll admit to a tinge of favoritism when I declare that there's no better borough for pizza. Or, to be a little more diplomatic, let's say that it's home to the city's greatest concentration of top notch pies. We've...Show More Summary
This music video will make you hungry for Korean food. And then the ending will crush your soul. But until then, enjoy sexy close-up shots of steamed rice, a bubbling pot of stew, fried eggs, and more.
Every cookout should end a sweet note, but especially the one that heralds the start of warm weather. Need some inspiration? From ice cream sandwiches to no-bake bar cookies, we have you covered.
If you open a brasserie these days, you have to take bread seriously. Case in point is Lafayette, the new French restaurant in the old Chinatown Brasserie space on Lafayette Street. Walk in the door and the first thing you're greeted with is a counter displaying racks of brown loaves and glistening pastries that are an immediate sign of the eatery's ambition.
Taco Bell is testing a new breakfast item at select locations in Orange County: a lightly-fried waffle in the shape of a hard taco shell stuffed with sausage and egg and served with a packet of maple syrup.
From punch and sangria to beer and wine, here are a few of our recommendations to get you inspired for the long weekend.
There's no shortage of pork chops in this neighborhood, but Paris' rendition ($6) stands out. For one there's the size of the thing: three big blades of centimeter-thick pork spread across the plate.
Celebrate America's great porcine bounty with one of our 25 grilled pork recipes, ranging from ultra-simple to up-all-night-at-the-smoker.
Roasting green grapes brings out their natural sweetness and makes them a perfect filling for these rustic tarts.
Little Joe's in Countryside is a must for Italian beef and hot dogs, topped with shaved celery giardiniera.
For those of us without yards or grills, making real barbecue sounds like a tough proposition. But at this year's New York Culinary Experience, Executive Chef of Texas-style Hill Country showed us how to do just that.
A seamless union of land and sea, shrimp and grits just may be the perfect example of lowcountry cuisine. Briny shrimp tossed in butter, cream, or tomato-y gravy are a graceful foil to sweet, earthy grits. The dish itself has been around at least since the early 20th century and as such has spawned many variations. Show More Summary
Having a dinner party and want get dessert out of the way the day before? Want to make a batch of cookies that will stay good as you nibble your way through them for a week? This can all be done with make-ahead sweets. Click through the slideshow to see your best sweets that improve over time. They might just become your new best friends.
At A.R. Valentien, inside the Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Pastry Chef Jennifer Costa is making the most of what's fresh and local. Right now, that's berries. Juicy strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries star in many of the newest items, and there's also a very special mulberry tart.
In the battle between chocolate "mushroom cap" and biscuit "mushroom stem" snacks, how does the imitator stand up to the original? Pretty well.
Allow us to present 32 grilling recipes for snacks, appetizers, hors d'oeuvres, and sides to grace your Memorial Day table, each one tested, tasted, and Serious Eats approved.
If you live in New York and you like sweets, you owe it to yourself to try Levain Bakery's famous chocolate chip cookie. But what about their other, less well known dessert products? Is Levain a one trick pony? To find out, I bought a slice of their Sour Cream Pound Cake ($3.50).
While the Gala is the centerpiece of the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, the five-day conference is filled with events, tastings, seminars, and party after party. Here are more of our favorite sips.
Do you find your favorite cookies missing a nicotine sting? Smoke & Pickles: Recipes and Stories from a new Southern Kitchen fixes that for you, featuring a sugar cookie dough infused with cigar leaves and topped with a boiled down mixture of coconut, molasses, and tobacco water.
The newly minted Sen occupies an ambitiously large space on 21st street in Manhattan. The menu is a congruous blend of traditional and modern: classically prepared sushi and a broader, more eclectic kitchen menu with pan-Asian focus....Show More Summary