This Southern Cooking Technique Is the Key to Next-Level Comfort Food
Born and raised in Florida, chef Kia Damon shares her recipe for smothered chicken and rice.
This Cheesy Mushroom Melt Is an Homage to Classic Diner Dishes
At Brooklyn's all-day restaurant Gertie, the secret to the mushroom melt is fancy cheese and "salt and vinegar" mushrooms.
Gordon Ramsay's New Show Is a Toothless Attempt to Follow in Anthony Bourdain's Footsteps
'Uncharted' struggles to find its place between the authenticity of 'Parts Unknown' and the drama of 'Kitchen Nightmares.'
For the Love of God, Please Give Guy Fieri His Own 'Law & Order' Spinoff
"In Flavortown, the one dedicated detective who investigates bland food is the leader of an elite squad known as the Sketchy Chef Unit."
We Made Sommeliers Taste Mountain Dew's America-Flavored 'Liberty Brew'
"It kind of smells like when you’re in fourth grade and you buy those perfumes and body sprays...Victoria's Secret glitter body spray."
Like These Eggs, We Also Want to Be Coddled in a Tasty Eggplant and Tomato Stew
This dish from Abra Berens, chef at Granor Farm and author of "Ruffage," is the perfect summer meal.
Mario Batali to Face Assault Charges in Boston
This appears to be the first criminal charge to arise from the series of investigations into the chef's alleged misconduct.
What It Looks Like to Ethically Slaughter a Duck
Chef Elise Kornack and farmer Kyle Jaster show us the less pretty side of prepping and cooking a dozen ducks.
This Chef Really, Really Wants You to Eat Iguanas
Green iguanas are an invasive species that destroys vegetation. For Thomas Tennant, that's even more reason to eat them.
The South Bronx’s Most Legendary Lechón Comes From a Man Known As 'The Piranha'
La Piraña Lechonera is open only on the weekends, serving Puerto Rican staples til the pork runs out.
Chef John's Soothing Cooking Show Is My Refuge When Life Gets Chaotic
His voice—which I've fallen asleep to countless times—has a pleasant sing-song quality; he chirps like a friendly bird perched on your windowsill.
Inside NYC's Street Vendors' Fight to Survive
"Right now, the way the laws are enforced is sporadic and unfair and it doesn’t work for anyone."