Farm-to-table is so passé—these days, chefs are starting to reap their own harvests by growing fresh fruits and vegetables on the roofs of their very own restaurants.
To help you make the right investments, we created a compendium of expert knife picks, from oyster shuckers to steak knives.
Esquire just published its annual list of the best bars for 2014, and if you’re expecting a litany of high-end cocktail joints brimming with equally high price points and mustachioed mixologists, you’re in for a surprise.
Photo Tripping host Melanie Dunea tastes made-to-order ice cream at Smitten Ice Cream, a shop that uses liquid nitrogen to make its ice cream from scratch- instantly!
Spanish Chorizo Credit: Goya In Northwest Spain, it’s common to see locals chowing down on platters of sliced chorizo that have been simmered stovetop in olive oil. Sauté slices over medium heat in olive oil, or try it stirred into scrambled eggs. About $3.99 Cheddar Credit: Cabot Oh, cheddar.
From shave ice to beignets, these mouthwatering regional desserts will have you homesick for places that you’re not even from—or haven’t even visited. We apologize in advance for the cravings.
The home-delivery snack box trend has expanded rapidly over the last few years, to the point that you can find just about any kind of specialized box, from gluten-free to Paleo-diet-friendly. But being the snack-obsessive that I am, I was most interested in testing out the bigger and broader options, some of the best of which are reviewed here.
Sometimes you want to be cloaked in clean, tonal—abstemious, even—decor. And sometimes you want Jackson Pollack splatters of color and texture. This story is for those latter times.
The soft drink Coca-Cola is everywhere. But its cousin to the South, Mexican Coca-Cola, can be harder to find, and for some, is a kind of holy grail of sodas.
Consumer Reports has surveyed hundreds of thousands of readers in search of the nation’s top grocery chains—stores that offer what consumers demand most: great fresh foods, fast and friendly service, competitive prices, and a sparkling shopping environment.
We’re talking about the essential braised beef brisket, moist and flavorful, soon to land on Passover tables between crocks of potato kugel and apple-walnut charoset.
Let’s face it—everything tastes better on a stick, and it appears that almost every culture in the world agrees. We’ve gathered a list of our favorite skewered treats from across the globe. (Yes, that includes the fried scorpion).
It might seem crazy, but burger fans regularly wait in hour-plus lines for a taste ofShake Shack’s ShackBurger. Why? Because the burger is classic, unfussy, and pretty much gosh darn perfect. Trust us here, you’re going to want to try it for yourself when you have a chance.
It’s been pretty brutal in the city that never sleeps lately. Icy, snowy, sleety, plus slippery sidewalks and (extra) cranky denizens. So don’t visit right now; it’s horrible here. However! What you can do from the comfort of your own home is drool over some of the city's finest fare.