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.
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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!
Ride along with Michael Stern of Roadfood as he visits Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana in New Haven, Connecticut. This New Haven institution invented the white clam pizza. Buckle up!
To go along with today's video and provide a bigger picture of Connecticut pizza, we've gathered some of Michael Stern's favorite Nutmeg State pizzerias. From other great New Haven picks to pizzerias further afield.
Ride along with Jane and Michael Stern of Roadfood as they visit Louis' Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. This quirky lunch counter stakes its claim as home to America's first hamburger. Buckle up!
For this week's roundup, we asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern over at Roadfood.com to name some of their fried-chicken picks. And the chicken at these joints comes with a heaping side order of charm.
We asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern over at Roadfood.com to give us their top five chili picks. Here are their choices. From Milwaukee to Seattle to, of course, Cincinnati, where chili is the city dish.
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.