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In Kansas City, an Ambitious New Restaurant Pulls Triple Duty

Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room has a la carte dining, a tasting menu, and live music There’s a stage. There will be live music most every night. But make no mistake, there’s a reason this Kansas City newcomer is called Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room. Show More Summary

How Berlin Got Its First Jewish Food Festival

Nosh Berlin brought together well-known Jewish chefs, historians, and food bloggers to create a celebration of global Jewish cuisine that could not have happened anywhere else.

How to make classic Chicago dishes at home

This week as we wrap up our month of Chicago food and drinks we love, we can't move on without sharing recipes for some of Chicago's classic dishes. So here are several recipes, pulled from Tribune archives, that you can try at home. For our complete coverage of Craving: Chicago food, go here.

Boneyard Beer & Steel Toe Brewing Collab On Sticker Fight Double IPA

(Bend, OR)  – Boneyard Beer collaborates with Steel Toe Brewing to release Sticker Fight Double IPA, Oregon-style. Back … The post Boneyard Beer & Steel Toe Brewing Collab On Sticker Fight Double IPA appeared first on thefullpint.co...

Ninkasi Brewing Announces Cheryl Collins as New CEO

(EUGENE, OR) —Independent craft brewery Ninkasi Brewing Company announces Cheryl Collins as its new chief executive officer e… The post Ninkasi Brewing Announces Cheryl Collins as New CEO appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Carl’s Jr. Abandons Its ‘Slutburger’ Ads

Say goodbye to dripping burgers and bountiful cleavage It’s the dawning of a new era for Carl’s Jr./Hardee’s: The chain is doing away with its long-running controversial ads that feature scantily clad women chowing down on giant burgers. The...Show More Summary

Korean Beef Bulgogi + Burritos = The Ultimate Odd Couple

These beef bulgogi burritos are a fusion dish, combining the essentials of traditional Korean bulgogi in a delicious wrapped burrito. Loaded with flavorful add-ins, like kimchi and pickled daikon radish, they're a winner for the mouth and the eyes.

Why This Bar's Coasters Are Made from Wrecked Cars

Talk about a sobering reminder of the consequences of drunk driving—but that's the idea.

6 Things You Never Knew About Applebee's, Straight From a Manager

Your dependable, casual grill chain seems to be going through some things. A manager and former server at Applebee's recently spilled all of his secrets in an enlightening Reddit Ask Me Anything. During the honest discussion, the employee...Show More Summary

Bracing European white wines for crisp salmon cakes

A lemon wedge is the ubiquitous companion to a serving of fish, whether pan-seared or coated and fried. That spritz of acid the citrus provides also can come from wine, as it does with these three from Italy, France and Spain. All promise to balance the rich salmon cakes for a simple and satisfying...

The Demon Baker of Fleet Street

The real stars of a new production of Sweeney Todd are the pies, made by a former White House pastry chef On a recent Sunday around noon, Bill Yosses, the former White House executive pastry chef, was standing in the middle of the West Village with two insulated black crates. Show More Summary

Chicken Milanese

It’s hard to believe that five basic ingredients can produce such pleasing results. Milanese — a crusty crumb coating on chicken cutlets — is one of the simplest Italian preparations and it wows guests every time. Continue reading "Chicken Milanese" »

Radicchio Salad with Green Olives, Chickpeas, and Parmesan

This recipe is brought to you in partnership with  The California Olive Committee. Radicchio is such a beautiful vegetable on the table, but those vibrant purple leaves are so bitter that it can be tricky to figure out how to work them...Show More Summary

mushroom tartines

Would this be a good place to admit that I only moderately enjoy sandwiches? I know, what kind of monster says such things! But, wait, come back. What I mean is, it’s the proportions: too much bread, too little filling. The obvious solution...Show More Summary

Trevor Noah’s Genius Plan to Save Meals on Wheels

Say hello to Meal Team Six The Trump administration recently proposed increasing military spending while potentially cutting funding to a slew of programs that are near and dear to Americans’ hearts, including Meals on Wheels, which provides food and companionship to over 2.4 million elderly people. Show More Summary

What to Cook: Cooking With Your Senses

Try an utterly simple recipe for radishes with sweet butter and salt from Gabrielle Hamilton, or follow Julia Moskin’s consideration of “sensory cooking.”

Creepy Goat-Men Are the Stars of Sardinia’s Annual Citrus Festival

The Sagra degli Agrumi in Sardinia is a celebration of the end of the citrus season, featuring folk songs and locals decked in traditional outfits. Oh, and terrifying monsters, too.

How Mr. Fries Man turned his love of pastrami-topped fries into an Instagram success story

Craig Batiste isn’t your typical culinary superstar — he doesn’t’ have a resume that includes staging at any city’s best restaurants, he’s adamant about the fact that he isn’t a chef, and his culinary reputation is built on heaping piles of French fries topped with sautéed shrimp and lemon garlic...

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