The Sterns have been seeking out the best in sleeves-up dining since the '70s, traveling coast to coast and back again, seeking out regional American specialties from fried chicken and lobster rolls to lesser-knowns like hangover-curing New Orleans yakamein and Mennonite-German-Russian bierocks from Kansas. They've released a revised and expanded edition of Roadfood. Enter to win a copy here!
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When Jane and Michael Stern hailed the Idle Isle Cafe in Brigham City, Utah, as "Worth Planning a Day Around" they weren't kidding. A cross-country road trip afforded me the opportunity to experience this worth-the-detour destination in person over an unforgettable lunch of mountain trout and their famous Idleberry pie.
Bialy from Kossar's Bialys. Jane and Michael Stern, creators of the Roadfood forum, have co-authored 43 books on food across the country and the newest one comes out today: 500 Things To Eat Before It’s Too Late. “New York...
As is the custom on Mondays here at Serious Eats, we asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern to help us get the week rolling with their take on the best comestibles in the nation. Instead of focusing on a single food item as we have in the past, we asked them to zero in on Illinois. Inside: Chicago dogs, Italian beef sandwiches, "horseshoes," and more.
We asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern over at Roadfood.com to name some of their favorite doughnut spots. Grab your coffeethese doughnuts are hot!
Hot diggety dog! We asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern over at Roadfood.com to give us their top five hot dog picks. From Ben's Chili Bowl in Washington, D.C., to L.A.'s famous Pink's, these are weenies that inspire road trips.