Our guide to throwing the best possible sausage party, complete with straight-up sausage, things stuffed with sausage, and all the condiments you can fit on the table.
The story of McConnell's Fine Ice Creams in Santa Barbara is definitely a charmer: Boy meets girl. Boy gets drafted into World War II. Boy tries amazing ice cream in France and wants to recreate it at home. Boy and girl (now married) move to Santa Barbara and boy uses his GI Bill money to buy an ice cream machine. Scoop shop is born.
Today, on National Fill Your Thermos Brand Bottle Day, participating retailers in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis and Bentonville are getting involved by offering a free fill of coffee to anyone who brings in a Thermos brand bottle.
When I went to Black Birch for the first time last week, I didn't know how I'd missed it for so long. It's what every neighborhood restaurant should be: low-key, cheery, and reasonably priced with food that's well-executed and imaginative but not flashy; a great beer list; and fun cocktails.
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Now that it's over, I wanted to step back and observe a bit, tallying up the trends and themes I noticed throughout the Manhattan Cocktail Classic.
This hearty pasta dish is heavy on mushroom flavor and boasts loads of green onions.
Singaporeans queue up and slurp up the best soup buffet around.
Amaz Soya does streetside sweet tofu on Flushing's Roosevelt Avenue, but the big draw is their extensive toppings bar.
The Microplane 3-in-1 Bar Zester Citrus Bar Tool ($19.95) features a grating surface for zesting citrus, a cutting blade for making citrus curls, and a bottle opener, all in one compact tool.
A Brooklynite myself, I'll admit to a tinge of favoritism when I declare that there's no better borough for pizza. Or, to be a little more diplomatic, let's say that it's home to the city's greatest concentration of top notch pies. We've got the classics, like Totonno's, Grimaldi's, and Di Fara, along with a slew of (relative) newcomers—Roberta's, Paulie Gee's, and Best Pizza, to name just a few. And, of course, there's Franny's. We finally made it over to their new-and-improved location to check in on their pies.
This music video will make you hungry for Korean food. And then the ending will crush your soul. But until then, enjoy sexy close-up shots of steamed rice, a bubbling pot of stew, fried eggs, and more.
Every cookout should end on a sweet note, but especially the one that heralds the start of warm weather. Need some inspiration? From ice cream sandwiches to no-bake bar cookies, we have you covered.
The first thing you'll notice about this sandwich is that it has legs. It's an entire soft shell crab, and it's a gem on this sushi-heavy menu.
If you open a brasserie these days, you have to take bread seriously. Case in point is Lafayette, the new French restaurant in the old Chinatown Brasserie space on Lafayette Street. Walk in the door and the first thing you're greeted with is a counter displaying racks of brown loaves and glistening pastries that are an immediate sign of the eatery's ambition.
Taco Bell is testing a new breakfast item at select locations in Orange County: a lightly-fried waffle in the shape of a hard taco shell stuffed with sausage and egg and served with a packet of maple syrup.
From punch and sangria to beer and wine, here are a few of our recommendations to get you inspired for the long weekend.
There's no shortage of pork chops in this neighborhood, but Paris' rendition ($6) stands out. For one there's the size of the thing: three big blades of centimeter-thick pork spread across the plate.
It's fitting that "evolution" is part of the name, because this place is quite a few steps removed from the industrial park/cement garage/questionable legality days of brewery visits.
Celebrate America's great porcine bounty with one of our 25 grilled pork recipes, ranging from ultra-simple to up-all-night-at-the-smoker.