Eating a bowl of pork fat and noodles for ten meals in a row is less satisfying than it sounds—even when it means visiting all of New York’s most obsessed-over ramen shops, from Momofuku to Ivan.
Once illegal, Ireland’s forgotten moonshine—poitín—it’s now making its way into proper bars and cocktails despite its unpredictable alcohol content.
Christmas in Australia is an unconventional affair, usually trademarked by barbecued shrimp and pool floats. But as a result, some shops are being literally robbed for their precious seafood.
As the holiday season ramps up and cooks everywhere prepare to fill their tables with burnished roasts, bubbling pies, and heaps of holiday cookies, a sobering fact runs counter to the seasonal excess: in America—the wealthiest country in the world—hunger rates are at an all-time high.
When I was growing up in Pittsburgh, we had a big German Shepherd, and whenever we fried potato pancakes during Hanukkah, he smelled like them for a week. When you fry anything with oil, like a piece of fish, you get into bed (hours later) and stink.
Sparkling wines scream out to be paired with so much more than just gooey, buttery, cheeses. Even when you’re married to a hot sexpot, you might still wanna try a little somethin’ on the side.