I will be in Charlotte next week(Mon-Fri) for work and should have most dinners to myself. Any places I should check out?
What are the most common Chinese greens, and how to cook them? We break it down, with recipes for methods like stir-frying with garlic or fermented black beans, poached and served with a drizzle of oyster sauce, and served in a rich broth.
One of the most common complaints I hear from people is that there isn't any decent Mexican (or even Mexican-American) food to be found in Portland. Well, I'm here to tell you that that's simply not true. There's plenty of good Mexican cooking in Portland, but sometimes you have to look a little farther afield. Here's where to find the best of the best.
I used "Grade B" maple syrup in the blondies. This dark grade of maple syrup has a more robust flavor than the more common Grade A. If you can't find Grade B in your area, don't fret. Grade A works well, lending the bars a more delicate maple flavor. Just don't use imitation maple syrup. For these bars, you want the real thing.
We've already found the best deviled egg recipe around. Today we're going with variations on that theme. All of these flavored deviled eggs have the same bright, fresh, acidic bite of the original, but we've amped them up with other ingredients ranging from subtle to in-your-face. Ready? Let's go.
We who like to mix drinks at home do it for many reasons: First, it's cheaper than drinking out. Second, it's fun to mix your own drinks at home. Third, it's even more fun to mix drinks for other people at home. Any self-respecting home bartender should have a mental
Rolodex Excel spreadsheet of favorite classic cocktail recipes. Today, I present the 25 essential drinks that I think everyone should be able to make.
Did reading our guide to Belgian beer styles leave you craving saison? We can't blame you; these farmhouse ales are pretty darn delicious, with their citrusy scent and floral and peppery flavor. But which specific beers should you seek out? We asked our crew of beer experts for their picks.
I've come to crave sour beers like one does the endorphin rush from a hot sauce bottle adorned with skulls and crossbones. So I gathered a group of beer pros together to try out nearly 50 different recently released sour beers. Here are the 20 best bottles we tried.
The third annual Vegan Experience has come to a close, leaving us with another 25 recipes to bulk out our collection. From warming soups and light salads to greasy snacks and hearty mains, we've got a whopping total of 85 standout vegan dishes to add to your arsenal.
A savory sandwich made with braised oxtail, pickled cherry peppers, and melted Gruyère cheese.
Tender chunks of pork shoulder braised in a chili-based liquid. Perfect for tacos or burrito fillings.
Real butterscotch makes this spiked hot cocoa delicious.
If you don't have mezcal on hand, you can still make this spicy and delicious hot chocolate—try using aged rum or tequila.
A gluten-free pie crust that bakes up as crisp, tender, and flaky as the real deal!
This eggplant tian is a refreshing, lighter break from Eggplant Parm, full of sweet balsamic-roast eggplant, oozing mozzarella cheese, and summery-fresh basil.
A bright and filling vegan soup.
Crisply fried latkes take a cue from Thanksgivukkah, combining sweet potatoes, Granny Smith apple, and onion.
If Portland is really the city where "young people go to retire," then it's the perfect place to institutionalize and perfect the late-morning meal. These are among the can't-miss brunches many locals rave about.
While the major hubs in the Pacific Northwest don't have a pizza tradition, there are plenty of passionate pizza people that have opened up shop in Seattle and Portland. The pizza landscape has changed dramatically in the last seven years, so much so that Portland and Seattle seem to be leading the charge in the pizza renaissance. And despite not having regional styles steeped in history, pizzerias in the Pacific Northwest are putting their own stamp on Neopartisinal pies through local sourcing, creative toppings, and new approaches, all of which perpetuate the evolution of pizza.
While there are over 700 food carts in Portland, Oregon (700!), the overwhelming majority are only open for lunch and dinner. But hey, we love breakfast and there are plenty of food carts opening at 9 a.m. and earlier. Here are a dozen ways to get your breakfast fix (and stay full until lunchtime) at a dozen different food carts, with breakfast burritos, waffle and sausage sandwiches, and more.
You could eat incredibly well in Portland without ever stepping into a restaurant. The food cart scene in this city continues to evolve and multiply, and it's an awesome way to eat (as long as the weather isn't too gloomy). Out of 475+ carts across town, it's hard to select just ten favorites, but these were the ones we loved most.
After a night of throwing caution to the wind, why not do the same the next morning by heading to egg-centric food cart Yolk and ordering the chef's-choice, anything-goes, never-the-same-thing-twice breakfast sandwich, the Happy Accidents? Picky eaters, vegetarians, and those with dietary restrictions need not apply.
Portland has plenty of great dives, complete with scruffy regulars, weird decor, cheap drinks, pinball, and drunken grandmas dancing at noon. Here are our 8 favorites.
There's a reason beer lovers call Portland 'Beervana,' and it's not just the 52 (and counting) local breweries supplying the city's tap houses. Portland happens to be home to some of the most noteworthy beer bottle shops in the country. These are our picks for the very best of them.
I'm a hash fiend, hard core. It's what I make when all I have is a few odds and ends in the fridge and a couple of eggs. This version combines crisp-and-creamy Yukon gold potatoes with kale and brussels sprouts cooked down until nutty and sweet, all served with soft-cooked eggs in a single skillet.
Our Ziplist recipe box giveaway continues, this week with Spicy Thai Grilled Duck Salad!