We're turning 7 this week, which in internet (like dog) years, makes us almost 50. And yet as I reflect on where we've been and where we're going, I feel more like a youngster with my whole future in front of me.
News broke last week that Dairy Queen will be opening in Union Square later this month (its first New York City location outside of Staten Island), and once the Serious Eats office heard, well, let's say things got heated. After words were exchanged and tongues were stuck out, native Midwesterner Jamie Feldmar and native New Yorker Max Falkowitz retreated to their desks to write out their debate in more civilized terms. Their debate is reprinted here.
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A double dose of white chocolate goes into this bread pudding fromOne Bowl Baking: first, it's folded into the custard base, and next, it's melted and mixed with heavy cream to make a sauce.
Holiday foods are about spice and berries, nuts and chocolate, roasts and cheeses, caramel, ginger and jam. There's one wine that pairs with all of it, and that wine is port.
From stocking stuffers to extravagant, indulgent gifts, it's time to make that list and check it twice, whether you're shopping for your best pal or making your own wish list. If you're celebrating twelve days of Christmas, here's a gift for every day.
Just when I thought I was finished with nachos—boring and cheese-sodden as so many are—I found some restaurants around Chicago sparking new life into that old go-to.
Pancetta, lardo spread, and salami, oh my!
As last week's foray into the south Asian food available in New York made clear, there are excellent options in town for authentic regional cooking from the subcontinent. So what more could a New Yorker ask for? There's still plenty of eating we could do.
Burgers come in all shapes and sizes, from mini burgers with pint-sized patties, all the way up to massive burgers with a full pound of meat. What's your favorite size? Let us know in this week's poll.
Chess pie, a classic Southern dessert, gets tipsy with rum-poached raisins.
If it weren't for foam, what fun would espresso with milk be? (Not very.) Today, we honor the magic of foam by sharing a few facts about its creation, its deliciousness, and why not all of it is created equal.
Mac and cheese, made on the stove and stippled with Peppadew peppers, is a pleasing take on the comfort classic.
From Brussels sprouts grilled cheese sandwiches to roasted kabocha squash to seared scallops with Indian spinach, here's a look at everything we made this week.
There are few things I like more than putting some booze in my brunch, and the combination of apples and brandy are one of my favorites. Here, they combine in a quick and easy doughnut recipe.
Not much happened this week, so this slideshow is mostly filled with photos of Hambone and Yuba. Dog haters: stay away. Everyone else: you're welcome.
This traditional Christmas bread has a dense crumb studded with spices, dried fruit, and candied ginger. Make it now and serve it over the course of the season.
The best baguette in New York, a fresh pasta destination, cooking steak with Alex Guarnaschelli, and more. Check out the most popular posts of our week.
Now, I realize a single malt bourbon is a contradiction in terms, but hear me out. Glenfiddich's latest release in their limited edition line is very special Speyside Scotch. Unlike the vast majority of its compatriots, this whisky is aged entirely in former bourbon barrels.
Check out the most popular posts of the week on Serious Eats Chicago, including our staff picks for the best place to eat with a big group. Plus, we explore the cheap eats of Lincoln Square and Ravenswood, eat sandwiches in Hyde Park, and feast in the Willis Tower.
Whether you're looking to upgrade your mixology skills or looking to sample a slew of tamales, if you're a West Coast denizen, you're in luck. This December brings hands-on workshops and bustling bazaars from L.A. to Seattle—here are our picks.