Although Italy's food is well-represented around the world, many of the country's regional specialties remain relatively unknown outside their place of origin. Among them, a range of traditional dishes from Lecce that I've come to know and love. Though the city, located in the southern region of Puglia, is highly frequented by vacationing Italians, it has remained largely under the radar for American travelers. Check out some of Lecce's iconic dishes in the slideshow!
We chatted with Peter Kim, Executive Director of the currently developing Museum of Food and Drink, about their first exhibit, what it's like to work with culinary genius Dave Arnold, and more.
From Mexican street corn to gluten-free pies to DIY apricot liqueur, here's every Serious Eats tested and approved recipe we made this week.
A look at everything we ate and drank this week.
Pop-Tarts are one of those breakfast sweets that every kid wants at some time or another—with their frosted outsides and gooey middles, they are clearly more in dessert territory then Mom and Dad would typically allow. Luckily, we can now buy Pop-Tarts for ourselves, which is why we felt the need to try the newest versions on the shelves.
In a city full of many delicious foods, there is a bit of a shortage of truly excellent Vietnamese sandwiches. That' being said, New York isn't completely devoid of decent bánh mì, and the sandwiches we tried at Sao Mai were a sure indicator that we're moving in the right direction.
Most vegan and gluten-free sweets taste unavoidably healthy in one way or the other. Not this one.
It was only two years ago that Nafi's Condiments and Sauces was launched in New York City, but the journey that led to Nafissatou Camara's jumpstarting her business began many years before.
In this great city of ours, one could eat a different sandwich every day of the year--so that's what we'll do. Here's A Sandwich a Day, our daily look at sandwiches around New York. Got a sandwich we should check out? Let us know. --The Mgmt.
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