Head down to the farmer’s market and pick up some ground cherries before they’re completely out of season, and make this mind-blowing cocktail courtesy of Gail Simmons.
Irish coffee is your caffeine fix and hair of the dog all rolled into one delicious glass, and this recipe will take your morning boozing game to the next level.
Making your own cold brew takes a little time and patience, but it’s so worth it.
Adding just a little espresso not only amplifies the chocolate flavor of this cake, it also makes it totally suitable for breakfast.
Gail Simmons shows us her favorite way to enjoy lamb chops. Hint: the key is in the marinade.
The butterscotch flavor of ground cherries combined with rum and fresh basil is cocktail perfection.
Forget tomatoes, make your gazpacho with almonds.
We have a secret to get the most amount smoky flavor in the least amount of time.
Dry brine your pork and achieve pig nirvana.
This dip tastes like Doritos. Don’t believe us? Try it.
After her Chef’s Night Out tour of LA, Alisa Reynolds treated her crew to a masterpiece of drunk food—a creation so bold and so beautiful that we had to share it with you.
Kick up your egg salad with a bit of curry powder and fresh lemon juice.
Keep cool (and your caffeine addiction in check) with this simple recipe.
The beauty of carne asada is in its simplicity, and this recipe is about as simple as it gets.
If your spice tolerance doesn’t align with your dining companions, shishito peppers are the perfect compromise. They’ve got all the flavor of a chili but none of the kick.
Bartender Jacques Bezuidenhout figured the bitter orange flavor of Campari was begging for chocolate, which is why he decided to infuse the negroni with cocoa puffs.
These chips are a cinch to make, as long as you don’t sever any fingertips on your trusty mandolin.
There is free flavor hidden inside of tomatoes.
When our Canadian hero Matty Matheson was in Winnipeg, he got a crash course in Filipino cooking from Pimp My Rice food truck owner Roddy Seradilla and his dad, “Hot” Rod. Here is one of the standouts.
It’s like a lobster lollipop. What’s not to love?
With curried egg salad, kimchi, and crushed potato chips on a bagel, this may be the best breakfast sandwich you can get your hands on.
Once you’ve got your basics down, get creative with whichever seasonal veggies you can get your hands on.
This might be one of the greatest things you will ever invest some time and effort into.
This is not your average ham and cheese sandwich. This tower of decadence is the embodiment of French joie de vivre, and the ultimate comfort food.