‘K-Town’ makes kimchi and more from scratch A great Korean meal must always have one prominent feature: great banchan. Banchan — a spread of vegetables, meats, and small plates that are met to whet the appetite and vary the meal — is the foundation of Korean cooking, and it’s the perfect expression of Korean sensibility and seasonality. Show More Summary
He started in the mess hall, but now he’s a big deal chef For fans of the original Wet Hot American Summer, one of the most satisfying parts of the new star-studded Netflix sequel is seeing that lowly line cook Gary (played by A.D. Miles) has blossomed into a hot shot Manhattan chef. Show More Summary
“Don’t yell it at the Klan... Yell it into the cake.” University of Virginia alum Tina Fey stopped by Weekend Update: Summer Edition last night to talk about the violence in Charlottesville and the planned protests around the country...Show More Summary
How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible Last fall, the chef Sean Brock and brewmaster Ryan Coker of Revelry Brewing unveiled a collaboration called Amber Waves,...Show More Summary
A growing number of food videos aim to trigger ASMR — Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or pleasing sensations in the brains of some viewers — by focusing on sounds like chopping and stirring.
And other food news to know today An untold part of the history of liquor brand Jack Daniel’s is that a slave — now said to be the first black master distiller in the United States — taught Jack Daniel how to make whiskey. He’s finally...Show More Summary
The hospitality brand is growing its restaurant empire — and you’re allowed in Soho House is exclusive, but more than that, Soho House is cool. This may be all many people know about Soho House, and it’s almost certainly what Soho House...Show More Summary
The slacker comedy still holds up 20 years later “Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?” For fans of classic Nickelodeon TV, hearing Kel Mitchell’s character Ed chant his catchphrase to kick off Good Burger really hits you in a nostalgic soft spot. Show More Summary
Next on your list of basic dishes to master should be Gordon Ramsay's chicken cacciatore, a visually stunning entree of chicken breast in a light tomato sauce with onions, olives, and capers, finished with lemon and basil. A light coating of flour totally transforms the chicken. Show More Summary
Sampling wagyu beef, galbi, and more meaty delights on this episode of K-Town There's a reason Korean barbecue is a go-to for diners in Los Angeles: Access to high quality beef, plenty of space for tabletop cooking, and commitment to authentic flavors abound in LA's Koreatown. Show More Summary
A post shared by Costa Spyrou (@outhereflourishing) on Aug 9, 2017 at 12:51pm PDT Remember when Taco Bell shook up the whole fast food scene when it launched a breakfast menu? Well, the ever-innovative company is now testing something...Show More Summary
Who knew this guy was so funny? Robert Pattinson, the actor who played the main vampire in the Twilight films, clearly has a taste for the absurd. In a delightfully weird new short film for GQ, the movie star depicts his life as an anxiety-ridden...Show More Summary
Like her husband's handles on the court, Ayesha Curry's skills in the kitchen know no bounds. That's why we're giving you 10 of her foolproof recipes, including a few from her cookbook, The Seasoned Life, as well as her Food Network show, Ayesha's Homemade. These recipes cover everything from sophisticated meals to cozier classics for the Rileys and Ryans in your life.
An excerpt from In Vino Duplicitas A camera recorded Rudy Kurniawan, twenty-six years old but looking young enough to be carded, as he attended a Christie’s wine auction in Los Angeles, a catalog of fancy wines in his lap. The rare Asian among older white males, he wore a caramel-colored leather jacket, zipped up almost to the neck. Show More Summary
‘Dining on a Dime’ heads to New York City for meaty salteñas This episode of Dining on a Dime, which kicks off this New York City-focused season, takes host Lucas Peterson to the center of all the action — right near Manhattan’s Columbus Circle, and in a subway station, to boot. Show More Summary
For decades, the military made sure soldiers had access to the treat—including spending $1 million on a floating ice-cream factory.
How one of the city’s top chefs went from homeless to Beard Award winner On the latest episode of Cooking in America, host Sheldon Simeon heads to Houston to meet one of the city’s most dynamic chefs: Hugo Ortega, who’s putting the Oaxacan...Show More Summary
‘K-Town’ heads to Eighth Street for soondae, liver, and cow tongue Some variant of blood sausage appears in many cuisines — it’s black pudding in the U.K., boudin noir in France, and morcilla in Spain. But in Korean cuisine, blood sausage...Show More Summary
In the show’s move to a different network, things are getting weird Fans of The Great British Bake Off — known stateside as The Great British Baking Show — adore for show for its subtle charms: its propensity to place its good-natured contestants and double entendre–loving hosts front and center. Show More Summary
We love beans, and the best beans we’ve found are those from Rancho Gordo. We discovered Rancho Gordo many years ago, back when they were still a small heirloom bean purveyor in Marin County, California. Now, I often see their beans featured in Sunset, Saveur, and other fine food magazines, websites, and markets. Show More Summary