Beecher's Cheese in Seattle and New York makes their signature Flagship, a Cheddar-Alpine hybrid, in full view of customers in their stores. Here's how it's done.
It's one thing to drink a beer brewed with Cascade hops, but to grab a Cascade cone straight from the bine, rub it between your palms, and breathe in the fresh aromas is something else entirely.
It's been a punishing winter, but now that the weather's reliably warm it's time to get outside. This city has plenty of outdoor dining—so much so, in fact, that it can be hard to know where to go. To help you out, we've rounded up some of our favorite restaurants, from cheap to blow-out, that satisfy on both food and outdoor atmosphere.
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Soft-shell crab, egg salad, strawberry shortcake, and more—check out all the recipes we've created this week.
Nothing beats the plump, juicy strawberries you can get once spring hits. Here are 18 of our favorite ways to eat them as dessert.
Come Memorial Day, you're going to find hot dogs and brats on grills all over the country. There's nothing wrong with just slapping a store-bought dog on the grill, breaking out the mustard, and calling it a day, but if you want to take your tubed meat game to the next level we've rounded up 18 of our favorite hot dog and sausage recipes.
When the average American lights up their grill on Memorial Day, they've likely got a few meats ready to go. Hot dogs and hamburgers are the standards, but chicken is right up there with them. Chicken is a great meat, but its lean nature can make it tricky to grill. With a little technique, though, even a simple chicken breast can become the star of your cookout. We've rounded up 30 of our favorite grilled chicken recipes to keep you eating all weekend long.
Mirepoix, ice cream, knife skills, and more—check out everything you might have missed this week on Serious Eats.
Frozen custard, Texas nachos, stuffed flank steak, and more—check out all the recipes we've been working on this week!
Street food, cocktail parties, and Cinco de Mayo festivities—see what food events are coming up in the week ahead.
We've already shown you the best cheap lunches in Midtown East, but we didn't want to leave our readers on the other side of 5th Avenue hungry. To that end, check out some of our favorite lunch spots in Midtown West.
We love a soft, silky runny yolk, especially come spring. In fact, we've pretty much come to a unanimous conclusion that everything tastes better with an egg on top. From fried to poached, we've got 40 inspired variations to keep you properly doused in yolks all season long.
Chocolate tasting, local beer, food halls, and more—see what food events are coming up in the week ahead.
Every week we spotlight a dozen cooking classes sold through our partner CourseHorse to take in the weeks ahead, and on Wednesdays we check in on classes offering discounted seats. Here are three coming up soon.
Filipino dim sum, French-Vietnamese fusion, a bacon brownie, and more—check out everything we've been eating this week!
Easter brunches, food policy discussions, and a Japanese-inspired Seder—see what food events are coming up in the week ahead.
If you're tired of the same sad delis and fast food chains in Midtown East, we have you covered with the neighborhood's best, most reliable fast and cheap lunches, from deli sandwiches to falafel to Indian street food.
Passover begins this evening, which means it's time to stock up on delicious kosher dessert recipes. Here are 19 of our favorites.
Move over, frozen peas—it's spring. Now's your chance to find fresh sweet peas at the grocery store or farmer's market. What to do with them once you've got them home? We've got 16 delicious ways to use them all up (and yes, they'll work on the sweet pea's frozen brethren, too). See them all after the jump!
Hot dog salad, dark chocolate beet cake, the best burgers in Indianapolis, and more—check out everything we've been eating this week!
Grilled cheese, matcha, Middle Eastern gastronomy, and Passover celebrations for all types—see what food events are coming up in the week ahead.
Spreads' sandwiches are balanced, flavorful, and inventive enough to excite, but simple enough to satisfy on a regular basis. And given their Midtown location, they have a big leg up on the competition.
It pains me to say this as a New Yorker, but I'll just be real here: LA's Mexican food scene is about a thousand times better than New York's, in terms of depth, breadth, and sheer scope. Every time I'm in LA, I go on a serious Mexican marathon, scrambling desperately to cram all of the city's tacos down my throat in one fell swoop. This has lead to some great gastrointestinal discomfort, but also an ever-expanding roster of favorites, and not just in the taco category. Every time I visit, these are the places I plan my trip around.