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Crispy Pickled Shiitake From 'Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook'

Cook the Book Maggie Mariolis 6 comments

The Pitt Cue Co. chefs were wowed by the pickled mushrooms they tried at Momofuku in NYC. So wowed that the only way to take them up a notch was to deep-fry those suckers. They share the recipe for their uber-umami Crispy Pickled Shiitake in Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook, and it is totally worth the effort. More

Crispy Pickled Shiitake From 'Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook'

Serious Eats Maggie Mariolis 2 comments

The Pitt Cue Co. chefs were wowed by the pickled mushrooms they tried at Momofuku in NYC. So wowed that the only way to take them up a notch was to deep-fry those suckers. They share the recipe for their uber-umami Crispy Pickled Shiitake in Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook, and it is totally worth the effort. More

Pickled Shiitakes From 'Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook'

Serious Eats Maggie Mariolis 1 comment

These intense, soy-soaked mushrooms from Pitt Cue Co.: The Cookbook, were inspired by chef David Chang's Asian-inflected pickles at Momofuku in NYC. The Pitt Cue crew take them a step further by deep-frying them in this week's killer Crispy Pickled Shiitakes. More

Do You Know Your Tsukemono? A Guide to Japanese Pickles

Miki Kawasaki 11 comments

Japanese pickles—known collectively as tsukemono—can easily go unnoticed as part of a washoku (traditional Japanese) meal. Yet they've rightfully earned their place as a cornerstone food because they serve an important purpose: Japanese food culture is heavily influenced by principles of balance handed down from kaiseki (the national haute cuisine). Here's how to tell your gari from your umeboshi. More

Quick Curtido (Mexican Cabbage Slaw)

Serious Eats Lauren Rothman 4 comments

What sauerkraut is to a dog and kimchi is to a Korean pancake, curtido is to a variety of Latin American dishes. This funky, vinegary cabbage, onion and carrot slaw brings crunch and a hit of acid to a host of rich, long-cooked dishes that call out for brightness and texture. Traditional curtido is prepared days in advance of when it'll be eaten, enabling it to develop a fermented tang, but this shortcut version—ready in only an hour—is a nice fallback when you don't have time to think ahead. Try it spooned atop braises or sandwiched into Mexican gorditas. More

Piccalilli From 'My Irish Table'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 5 comments

Piccalilli is a heavily spiced Irish relish derived from Indian pickles. Cathal Armstrong's recipe in his new cookbook, My Irish Table, blends golden beets, cipollini onions, cauliflower, and radishes with a vinegary paste made with turmeric, mustard, and sugar. More

Piccalilli From 'My Irish Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 2 comments

Piccalilli is a heavily spiced Irish relish derived from Indian pickles. Cathal Armstrong's recipe in his new cookbook, My Irish Table, blends golden beets, cipollini onions, cauliflower, and radishes with a vinegary paste made with turmeric, mustard, and sugar. More

Fried Homemade Pickles With Ranch Dressing From 'Kitchen Confidence'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 2 comments

Almost every review of Kelsey Nixon's new cookbook, Kitchen Confidence mentioned two words: fried pickles. These words were likely followed by at least a few exclamation points and written squeals of glee. More

Fried Homemade Pickles with Ranch Dressing From 'Kitchen Confidence'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 4 comments

Almost every review of Kelsey Nixon's new cookbook, Kitchen Confidence mentioned two words: fried pickles. These words were likely followed by at least a few exclamation points and written squeals of glee. More

Quick Pickled Chilies and Garlic

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

Quick-pickled garlic and chilies are a great condiment for punching up the flavor of Asian soups, noodles, stir-fries, and salads. More

Pickled Red Onions From 'The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Use these bright pickled onions to top Nick Zukin and Michael C. Zusman's "Diet" Salad from The Artisan Jewish Deli at Home. More

Quick-Pickled Cucumbers with Rice Vinegar

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 4 comments

A quick Japanese-style rice vinegar cucumber, perfect for serving with rice or stuffed into Pork Belly Buns. More

Bran-Fermented Vegetables from 'Mastering Fermentation'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 1 comment

Even if I'd never tried making salami or kombucha before doesn't mean I haven't put it into my body at some point. But these bran-fermented vegetables are a different story. Called nuka in Japan, they're traditionally made by burying relatively dense vegetables, like daikon or carrot, in a salty fermented rice bran mixture fortified with kelp, miso, and/or beer. The vegetables take only a day or so to ferment, and emerge from the bran relatively crisp, tasting lightly of salted sourdough. More

Bran-Fermented Vegetables from 'Mastering Fermentation'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Even if I'd never tried making salami or kombucha before doesn't mean I haven't put it into my body at some point. But these bran-fermented vegetables are a different story. Called nuka in Japan, they're traditionally made by burying relatively dense vegetables, like daikon or carrot, in a salty fermented rice bran mixture fortified with kelp, miso, and/or beer. The vegetables take only a day or so to ferment, and emerge from the bran relatively crisp, tasting lightly of salted sourdough. More

Pickled Purslane

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

This simple recipe for pickled purslane preserves the wild plant's flavor for weeks to come. More

Six Fried Pickles We Love in and Around Boston

Kate Shannon 8 comments

These trendy little snacks are popping up in dive bars, on food trucks, and in upscale restaurant kitchens. Here are six of our favorite in and around Boston. More

Malden, MA: The Sour Side of Sichuan at Fuloon

Hub Grub Liz Bomze 2 comments

If there's one takeaway that's stuck with me since my trip to China last Spring, it's that vinegar and pickling are fundamental to Sichuan cuisine--at least as fundamental as the chiles and heat that food is so well known for. It wasn't until that trip that I made a connection about a bunch of my favorite dishes at Fuloon, arguably one of the best Chinese restaurants in the Boston area: They've all got a sour component. More

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