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Serious Entertaining: What to Eat Before a Robyn Dance Party

Serious Entertaining Erin Zimmer 23 comments

Can Robyn somehow be food-related? "Ja" (that's "yes" in Swedish) is the answer. Here's a menu to fuel your next dance party with the Swedish pop star: We Dance to the Beet Salad, Gravlax, and a Stars 4-Ever Sangria. More

Photo(s) of the Day: Happy Birthday, Robyn!

Erin Zimmer 28 comments

Since one photo cannot summarize the breadth of serious eating this woman can perform, we had to pick four. ¡Feliz cumpleaños, Robyn! And special thanks to Mrs. Lee for birthing you! We must also thank your friends from Norway who sent that Rick Astley lookalike today from the Peppy Grams singing telegram service. To quote Rick: we're never gonna give you up, Boppy.... More

Photo of the Day: Please Do Not Eat the Robyn

Raphael 3 comments

Diana! Please do not eat Serious Eats' editorial assistant Robyn! We'd miss her too much! Previously: Would you eat... people?... More

Photo of the Day: Empanadas in Chile

Raphael 2 comments

From April 13 to 19, I traveled around Chile with two other American food journalists on a culinary media trip. Here's another snapshot from that week. —Robyn Lee Photograph by roboppy In case you didn't know, Serious Eats' editorial assistant Robyn Lee is currently on assignment in Chile. She'll have more to report next week when she gets back, but for now, here's an example of some of the awesome food she's been eating down in South America.... More

Our Robyn Is Back In Town!

Lia Bulaong 4 comments

Serious Eats intern Robyn, a.k.a. The Girl Who Ate Everything, is finally back from Paris and brought delicious macarons into the office today—that I cannot eat because I'm working from home today. Alas. The opportunity for me to go in and get one has passed, but it's not too late for you to read about her recent adventures in France: 1) First Bites in Paris: "When one of my friends told me to eat a green macaron for her in Paris, she was probably referring to those of the pistachio flavored kind. Instead, the first green macaron I ate during my vacation was flavored with the fatty squeezings of olives and a hint of vanilla, borne from the incomparably... More

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