When Julia Ziegler-Haynes brought MUNCHIES along with her to the Netherlands, she took everything she learned and whipped up a lavish brunch and cocktail menu for her Dutch buddies.
Aside from your dad’s boat shoes or a bunch of illegal fireworks taken to the face, there are few things that scream summer quite like a perfectly crisp cucumber.
We got Best Pizza owner and The Pizza Show> host Frank Pinello to share his recipe for classic pizza dough.
A good rib-eye is very thick because it gives you more leeway to give you char, extra crust, texture, and it can easily feed two.
Garnished with bacon and pineapple, this cocktail is inspired by Hawaiian pizza, and we are kind of really into that.
These sticky pork ribs that are first boiled, then finished on a barbecue and smothered with a traditional molasses-based sauce.
There is no fresher, more delightful dessert than ripe berries with homemade whipped cream and crunchy macadamia nuts, topped with lemon zest and a sprinkle of salt.
Creamy, rich, and satisfying–you’ll swear this pie was a cheesecake.
With ramen, quinoa, and almonds (and cabbage, of course), this has got to be our crunchiest slaw yet.
Making a great cheeseburger isn’t rocket science.
Grill your corn with coconut milk and make your sweet corn that much sweeter.
Boil it, butter it, slather on some mayo, sprinkle on some cotija cheese, and thank us later.
This simple side is so impressive, your friends will think it took longer than 30 minutes to make.
This is the ultimate summer side dish.
Salting and marinating cucumber adds loads of flavor while retaining some of their crunch.
When soft shell crab is in season, get out the fryer.
Don’t be thrown off by its name—green chicken is a super-fresh, super-delicious dish of meaty drumsticks marinated in a fresh, herbaceous sauce.
This chopped, spicy salad is named as so because of Armenians’s love of bold flavors and diced vegetables.
Everyone that knows Amanda and Isaac Toups knows they have two beautiful little girls: Poppy and Ivy. The cocktail is meant to be dangerously delicious, and a play on words to include both of their daughter’s names (and imply that it’s so good, you could mainline it).
Packed full of beets, mushrooms, lentils, and bulgur, this burger is so meaty, you’ll forget there’s no meat.
No need for a fancy oven. These Filipino-style ribs are stupid-simple and mouth-meltingly tender.
Not wanting to start Regional Barbecue World War Three, here’s a non-denominational recipe for oven ribs.
Crispy, deep-fried, and so much better than beef sliders.
This “salad” is basically a pizza dressed up as a pasta. What’s not to love?