Think vegan food is boring? Prepare to lose your mind and thrill your tastebuds with this mega-umami barbecue mushroom sandwich from Chef Chris Rubinstein.
Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar gave us this ingenious recipe that combines fresh-baked chewiness with cookie dough gooeyness. And it’s super easy.
The French indulgence stuffed with fruit, and slathered in hazelnut spread with whipped cream.
This’ll take you back to the days you spent sipping Japanese whiskey by the river in Kyoto.
By making it rain truffle oil and Parmesan, you’ll even impress your snotty friends.
Chakuza has perfected this veal Cordon bleu with cucumber sesame salad, yogurt dip with chives, and Styrian potato salad.
This easy, sweet-and-sticky braised belly—topped with a fried egg and kimchi—takes a long nap in the oven while you’re busy knocking back drinks.
A Texan staple, an easy appetizer.
You’ll want to drag your ass down to the butcher early for this one. Get up close and personal with your meat man and splurge on a fine piece of well-raised pig cheek to slow-cook in warm fat for a stupidly decadent dinner.
This chopped, spicy salad is named as so because of Armenians’s love of bold flavors and diced vegetables.
Stick them on a sandwich, or eat them alone.
A tangy, earthy tonic that’s full of probiotics. Sip on this when you’re trying to be healthy, or add some booze for an instant cocktail.
You see all this chunk? We definitely hit it on this one. This is crazy.
Every party needs chips.
Go Greek with fresh herbs, spinach, and feta, wrapped in dough and pan-fried.
Find the nearest guitar to play while you wait for the most tender carne asada to cook through.
Press your meat between two slices of this crunchy, chewy bread.
The perfect late night snack that’s also a refreshing meal.
These lobster-stuffed wontons are suspended in a sweet, salty, spicy, and sour broth from Thailand…via Scotland.
Bricks should only be used for one thing: to cook the most tender chicken you’ve ever tasted.
A cheesy, carb-loaded orgy of potatoes, corn, onions, and even more potatoes.
London dry gin, vermouth, and Campari, all in equal proportions. That’s it.
Ultra-refreshing, citrusy, and classic.
With umami-rich mushrooms and barbecue sauce, this sandwich will please meat eaters and vegans alike.
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