An edible tour through Taipei, with everything from stinky tofu to lunch bargains at Robouchon.
'Asian Food' on Serious Eats
A look at the boldly-flavored menu of South Asian-inflected drinking food at Naomi Pomeroy and Kyle Webster's new bar.
Summer lunches always have me craving something spicy, something cold, or something with relatively few ingredients. This week's lunchbox just happens to be a combination of all three.
A quick make-ahead lunch that uses Thai curry paste to pack big flavor into broiled pork skewers.
Softened chunks of Asian eggplant braised with garlic, chilies, soy sauce and finished with a flourish of fresh basil for a satisfying yet easy summer dish.
Xiao Bao Biscuit, serving an amalgam of dishes pulled willy-nilly from across Asia and tweaked considerably in coastal South Carolina, exemplifies the best that the new South has to offer.
The semi-regular Asian street food festival is modeled after a traditional Taiwanese night market and is loaded with hawker fare, attracting thousands of visitors. There are dozens and dozens of street food and restaurant booths offering attractively prices bites of both common and less-common regional dishes.
We asked a handful of Asian noodle freaks about their recent favorites. Inside, some serious eaters dish out the tips. With a recipe from New York City's David Chang, a young chef on the rise known for creating his own killer noodle dishes. Dig inslurping is encouraged!