Yield: 4 appetizer servings (6 wedges each) A couple of nights ago, I had “French Fries and Champagne” for dinner. Don’t judge. I’m a widow in need of the occasional comfort food…and, besides, I had kale, carrots, and fruit earlier in the day. I only ate a few, so a friend and fellow-widow is coming over Read more
Olive oil instead of lard. Pesto pasta for dinner. Croissants. Continental European food culture has had a huge impact on British eating habits.
Start your day with this invigorating Vietnamese iced coffee recipe from Phat Pham of Indochine Estates Coffee in Vietnam.
The Game of Thrones finale is coming - and after a heart-wrenching (and stomach-churning) sixth season, we could use a drink. Thankfully, the mixologist behind Cocktail Chemistry shared a fancy recipe for his drink "A Song of Fire and...Show More Summary
The process of getting Angelenos used to Mashti Malone's rosewater sorbet with rice noodles was not an easy task. Almost 40 years later, Mashti Shirvani now makes 1,000 gallons of Persian ice cream every day.
The nostalgia is there, but it’s the house-made ice cream, served in delirium-inducing forms—like monster banana-split sundaes smothered in whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and every other decadent topping you can think of—that are the main draw.
They're served with ranch dressing, because why the hell not What fresh hell is this? Terrorizing the globe with chicken rings, "angry" Whoppers, and (ugh) hot dogs apparently wasn't enough for Burger King. The chain has just unveiled...Show More Summary
Cocktail wizard Sam Anderson shares two decidedly unique summer drinks: the Bird Nest and the Grasshopper Float.
Five things to know today Happy Tuesday. Today, like every other day, noted chilihead Hillary Clinton will eat a single hot pepper. Clinton's spicy food obsession began as a quest to strengthen her immune system; these days, her hot sauce of choice is one called Ninja Squirrel, which can be purchased at Whole Foods. Show More Summary
It is you versus the fire—there is nothing in between.
There is perhaps nothing more American—be you a pious pastor or a polyamorous anarchist—than tending a hot grill in summer. It's time to slide a can of cheap domestic (U-S-A!) brew into your bird.
Let’s break down the series of events that flowed out of a Scotty’s Brewhouse manager bestowing a “best butt” award to a female co-worker.
Few countries can match Sweden’s level of enthusiasm for this ultra-processed protein, where hot dogs are routinely slathered with mayonnaise, mashed potatoes, fried onions, raw onions, and shrimp salad with more mayonnaise, just for good measure.
Inspired by the writings of Noam Chomsky, Glasgow-based chef Felicity Day decided to mix her left-wing ideals with cooking, and launched the Chompsky street food truck last year.
New research from the University of Copenhagen claims that plants experience stress when growing in the cold.
The recipe handed down to me by the six-earrings-tattoos-and-bare-feet man that gave me half my genes is a true New Zealand classic. Pikelets are fluffy clouds of flour and milk, halfway between a crumpet and a crepe.
Hawkins doesn’t stop at mere vaping of the spiciest pepper in the world. In this midst of his coughing-cum-retching reaction to the vaping, Hawkins snorts some Carolina Reaper straight up through a straw.
In about the same time it takes for you to regain your composure and sobriety, you’ve got an impressive stack of cool, sweet, rich chocolate peppermint patties.
A taqueria says the chicken chain ripped off its slogan Fried chicken isn't the only food that's "finger-lickin' good." The owner of a taqueria in Southern California has slapped KFC with a lawsuit after the fried chicken chain began...Show More Summary
Rene Ramirez of Ray's BBQ in Huntington Park, California turned to guerrilla tactics to get the secrets from all of best places in Texas, by asking the Spanish-speaking staff of the restaurants for tips and pointers, and not being afraid to go dumpster diving in hopes of finding any kind of clues.