The classic combination of tomatoes and eggplant, stewed and tossed with homemade pasta, will always make people happy.
Update the classic with simple Thai flavors.
All of the flavors of our favorite Thai dessert mixed into a cocktail.
This dish has all of the makings of a guilty pleasure, but none of the guilt.
With fried green tomatoes, foie gras, and steak, this sandwich is decadence and perfection on a baguette.
You don’t lose any of the oyster’s aphrodisiac qualities with this one-pan-wonder.
Loaded with a crap-ton of butter, cheese, and bacon, these twice-baked potatoes aren’t for the faint of heart.
Flaky biscuits, a shitload of gravy, and chorizo. Yep, we’re hooked.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised with how simple it actually is.
No matter what ridiculous hot dog debate you get roped into, Daniel Humm’s hot dog is the answer.
Who needs Halloween candy when you have this pumpkin pizza, topped with Italian turkey sausage, mushrooms, olives, and oodles of cheese?
The Bloody Batra swaps the traditional Bloody Mary’s hot sauce and lemon juice in favour of Eastern-inspired ingredients like chili and mustard seeds.
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.
Thyme, parsley, lemon, butter, and Leffe beer flavor this super-simple chicken dish that’s ready in just minutes.
This dessert-y breakfast is as easy to prepare as normal pancakes—you just need to crank up the cocoa.
Move over hamburger, the hand-cut patty melt has won us over.
Bacon-wrapped hot dog. That is all.
All your favorite Chinese flavors rolled up into a ball and deep-fried.
Every Southern grandma knows that lard makes for the tenderest biscuits.
Marinated in buttermilk and fried, then topped with some smoky cheese and a spicy jalapeño sauce. This isn’t your average chicken sandwich.
Heck, you don’t even really need the bread—just whip out a spoon and go for it ice cream tub-style.
Honey-baked ham? Over it. Gochujang is the future for this piggy.