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Your Playbook for Tailgating Dominance
Brian Mottola, the chef de cuisine at e2 emeril’s eatery in Charlotte, N.C., knows a thing or two about tailgating. He and his brother grew up...
Bringing Home the Bacon
Today, Zingerman’s is a food institution—an empire of restaurants, bakeries, even a cookbook publishing press. Back in 1982, however, Zingerman’s was...
A Day of Bacon
In New York City, bacon is religion, a sin, a gateway drug, and sometimes the main attraction. The city’s recipes that feature this indulgent pork...
Hickory Smoked and Heaven Sent
It can be said that Francis Bacon changed the world. The English philosopher and scientist (among other professions) established what is now known as...
For centuries, pork belly was considered a poor man’s cut of meat, but oh, how things have changed! Today it appears on numerous fine-dining menus,...
“Whatever you do,” warns the chef at Jake Melnick’s Corner Tap in Chicago, “don’t touch yourself in the men’s room.” To the uninformed, the statement...
Winter Meets Summer
It used to be that truffle aficionados living north of the equator had to wait until the fall and early parts of the winter for white truffles to...
Better Bistro Experiences
The City That Never Sleeps and the City of Lights are a good pair, mixing Paris’s je ne sais quoi with New York’s straight-shooting style. There are...
A Connoisseur’s Guide to French Cheese
Cheese is as central to French cultural pride as is the liquid bounty from the vineyards. With more than 1,000 varieties, French fromage crosses all...
Uni on the Rise
Uni has long been called the foie gras of the sea, a supple delicacy for advanced palates. At first glance, however, the sea urchin isn’t much to...
You Gotta Roll with It
Sushi purists might argue that sashimi, nigiri, and traditional rolls showcasing fish and simple vegetables are the three best and only true forms of...
From Russia with Love
Over the past five decades, James Bond has graced the streets of New York only twice. The first time, in 1956, he infiltrated a diamond-smuggling...
Taking a Bite Out of Brazil
We could hold out for a stunning U.S. win in Brazil.
Sinking Your Teeth into South American Steak
World Cup envy? Yeah, we’ve got it; but tickets to the finals price out for more than your Southampton share, and how many East Village pubs stuffed...
The term “jerk” comes from the Spanish word charqui , which means spiced and dried meat—the original food-preservation technique—but we like to think...
The New Era of Tiki
As the story goes, Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt left home at the age of 19 in 1926 and set out to explore the Caribbean and South Pacific. It didn’t...
Oysters and Absinthe: A Love Story
There is a love story that exists between oysters and absinthe, and it unfolds in a quiet corner of Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. With more than 30...
If Las Vegas casinos exist for one reason, it’s to shower guests with obscene sums of money. That’s what they want us to believe, anyway. So for the...
In talking craft soy sauce, numerous cities come to mind—Osaka, Yuasu, Tokyo, even San Francisco. Few would naturally think, “Ah yes, Louisville,”...
Noodles Like No Other
The allure of the Japanese noodle bar is manifold. It’s diners in the mist, the broth smoke adding window-fogging sultriness. It’s the collective...
The Raw Deal
It’s hard to believe that sushi, such a prevalent delicacy in New York City, only made its way onto American soil about five decades ago. However, it...
A Moment of Zen
Cast in the shadow of the National Debt Clock ticking away near the IRS building, Sushi Zen may only be a few blocks from the hustle of Times Square...
Best Grub: Mets vs. Yankees
As any baseball fan in New York City will tell you, it’s been tough rooting for the New York Mets. Since the franchise’s inception in 1962, the team...
The charm of the American burger, like blues guitar or Woody from Cheers , is that it’s bone simple, right? Fuss with it at your peril. Yet in 2001,...
A Wee Bit O' Cheese
Whether creamy, bitter, tart, sweet, buttery, soft, pasteurized, or raw, cheese is both a comfort food and a delicacy, and as referenced in Homer’s...
Reaching the Boiling Point
Crawfish—the quintessential finger food of the bayou. Not only does this staple of Cajun cooking symbolize southern Louisiana, but its presence on...
All's Fair in Love and Chocolate
On Valentine’s Day, I can’t help but think of a quote from the movie The Devil’s Advocate , in which Al Pacino (as Satan) dismisses love as “...
Serving Up Seduction
Aphrodisiac : It’s a term that immediately invokes a healthy curiosity. Etymologically, it stems from Greek mythology; it is a derivative of the name...
Another year, another Valentine’s Day, another surplus of boring, unoriginal gifts. Don’t get us wrong, we have nothing against a stunning bouquet of...
Amorous Affairs on the Half Shell
Are oysters really aphrodisiacs? I’m asked that question every time I present an oyster-and-wine-pairing seminar, host a group of oyster lovers out...
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