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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Categories: Hot off the Grill, Seafood Tags: catfish, Seafood labeling menu Appropo to my article the other day about mislabeled fish in restaurants, the state of Arkansas wants to do something about it. There’s a move to be able to label s
Ed Levine speaks to Elise Bauer, founder of Simply Recipes, about what motivated her to start the popular recipe website. Ed Levine speaks to Elise Bauer, founder of Simply Recipes, about what motivated her to start the popular recipe website. Read M
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Recipes, Seafood Tags: Basa, Fried Fish, Swai All About Swai I like fish. It’s a genetic thing. My dad was crazy about fish and seafood. So much so, that when he came to visit me in Hong Kong, we pretty much h
Plump broiled shrimp, touched with char and bathed in a buttery harissa-spiked sauce. This is one-skillet meal is best eaten right out of the pan, so you can mop up every last drop. Plump broiled shrimp, touched with char and bathed in a buttery hari
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sausage The full name of this product is “Johnsonville New Orleans Andouille Recipe Smoked Sausage. In its original form, Andouille is a pure pork sausage that originated in France. It is compri
Whether it's a sudden craving or the panicked realization that I have company coming over, I like to have a stash of easy but impressive recipes in my back pocket. We've rounded up 20 of our favorite quick desserts so that something sweet is never mo
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: home cooking, pizza sauce It literally took me decades to figure out how to make a great pizza at home. Now I prefer my own to nearly any pizzeria. You have to pick and choose your ingredients
This fresh, no-cook mango syrup is made from nothing but the pits and peels, plus a little sugar to draw out their juices and a hint of citrus to keep the flavor tangy and bright. It's a super thrifty way to make the most of mango season, and a great
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches Food Club Brand Spanish Olives Review It’s hard to explain this company, you practically need to use Ancestry dot com to understand the hierarchy, but I’ll give it a shot. &
Fifteen of our favorite cheap eats in New York City, from good ol American sliders to a richly savory Chinese noodle soup to one revelatory Mexican torta, and so much more. Fifteen of our favorite cheap eats in New York City, from good ol American sl
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill Tags: dessert, german food I don’t remember the first OR last time I had chocolate mousse. I dare say it’s more than a half century ago. When we were kids, it was the ultimate luxury in
One pasta dish, two distinct culinary traditions: Pasta con le sarde marries sardine-studded Italian pasta with sweet-savory flavors like raisins, pine nuts, and saffron, which were introduced to the country by Islamic rulers of Sicily in the tenth c
Categories: Buffets, Food Business, Heat and Eat, Hot off the Grill Tags: groceraunts, Heat and Eat Jewel Osco Hot Food Bar Review First time I ever recall seeing a “hot food bar” was in the corner delis and bodegas in New York Ci
12 broccoli recipes for when you're looking for brassica inspiration. 12 broccoli recipes for when you're looking for brassica inspiration. Read More
Categories: Bread, Food Business, Hot off the Grill I was feeling a might peckish, so I was walking through the streets of East Jerusalem one day, the restaurant in my “fabulous” hotel was closed for some reason. I was in search o
With a texture that's an interesting mix of tender and chewy, Pacific razor clams are a lot bigger and meatier than the bivalves you're likely to see tossed with spaghetti or served on the half-shell. Learn how to clean and prepare these regional del
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches Tags: @sonicdrive, fast food burger Can’t say who thought of this concept, but naturally the “Mushroom Council” is excited about it. The idea is to use finely diced m
A chili oil–style condiment packed with chilies, Sichuan peppercorns, spices, roasted soy nuts, fried onion, and fried garlic, this homemade chili crisp truly has everything you could ever need to complete just about any dish. A chili oil&a
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill Tags: @TedMontanaGrill, Bison Burger, Buffalo Burgers, Naperville Asked to rate restaurants 1-5, 5 being best, usually the most I can muster is a 4.5. Not today, Ted’s Montana Grill gets a solid 5.0
In the second part of Ed Levine's conversation with Sara Moulton, they discuss the issues women face as chefs. In the second part of Ed Levine's conversation with Sara Moulton, they discuss the issues women face as chefs. Read More
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sausage Tags: Little Smokies, Sausage I am crazy for “little smokies” but it’s one of the few things I have remained a brand snob about. A few years ago, I started with Hills
A flavored simple syrup, which requires as little fuss as making a cup of tea, can mean the difference between a drink that's a bit ho-hum and one that's shockingly delicious. A flavored simple syrup, which requires as little fuss as making a cup of
Categories: Food Business, Ham & Bacon, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches Tags: Great Value, Lunchmeat I write a lot about ham, it seems. Because I love it. I love premium hams and have driven background all over the country in search of small pr
There's no better way to celebrate spring produce than by putting together a salad that's a riot of these short-lived ingredients—like asparagus, English peas, snap peas, favas, and baby greens—either raw or minimally cooked, allo
Categories: Food Business, Heat and Eat, Hot off the Grill Tags: Cajun Cuisine, Heat and Eat meals I was suprised to find Richard’s Heat and Eat Cajun foods in a grocer a thousand miles from Louisiana. It’s not a big company, tho
These step-by-step instructions show how to clean and fillet fresh whole sardines using nothing more than a pair of scissors and your fingers. These step-by-step instructions show how to clean and fillet fresh whole sardines using nothing more than a
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: Chicago Suburb, Italian cuisine Dominicks Pizza and Restaurantein a 20+ year olddual-purpose establishment in the Chicago suburb of West Dundee, IL I say “dual-purpose” as it has two adja
We tested 19 wine bottle openers, in a range of styles and price points, to find out which models are the easiest to use. We tested 19 wine bottle openers, in a range of styles and price points, to find out which models are the easiest to use. Read M
Categories: Heat and Eat, Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: Frozen Pizza, Heat and Eat, Take and bake Papa Murphys is the result of the consolidation of two mini-chains in the early 1980s. Papa Aldos in suburban Portland, OR, and Murphy’s in P
If the only seaweed you ever encounter is wrapped around your maki or floating in your miso soup, it's time to learn more about what sea vegetables—from the ubiquitous nori to more obscure varieties, like arame and dulse—can add t
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Pizza, Sausage Tags: @Aldi, Frozen Pizza “Mama Cozzi” is Aldi’s brand name for pizzas and related products. They come in a very wide variety of styles, both frozen and take a
Any dish that needs hours in the oven is going to be relegated to the weekend, but that doesn't mean you have to forget about pork when it's time for a quick dinner. Any dish that needs hours in the oven is going to be relegated to the weekend, but t
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches, Sausage Tags: Chicago Italian, Italian Beef, Sandwich I’ve written a lot about Chicago’s Italian Beef sandwich. The easiest way to explain it to those not familiar is to sa
When my old regular tempura spot closed, all I wanted in a new one was really good food, ordered la carte and served by a friendly chef at a comfortable, well-worn bar. In other words, I was like a newly single person looking for someone a lot like m
Categories: Breakfast, Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sausage Tags: Breakfast Sausage I usually “make my own” breakfast sausage, and by that I mean I purchase ground pork, season it to my liking and fry it up. After eggs, groun
Ed Levin speaks with Sara Moulton, host of the PBS series Sara's Weeknight Meals and the co-host of Milk Street Radio Ed Levin speaks with Sara Moulton, host of the PBS series Sara's Weeknight Meals and the co-host of Milk Street Radio Read More
Categories: Food Business, Ham & Bacon, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches Tags: @Aldi, deli ham, Lunchmeat I have reviewed quite a few products found at Aldi, a global grocery retailer that focuses on value-priced items. They are able to achieve
So you have some harissa. Now what? The North African chili paste is excellent in a whole range of applications, from moist braises to tangy salad dressings to spicy cocktails. Here are some recipes and techniques to get you inspired. So you have som
Categories: Food Business, Heat and Eat, Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: @Aldi, Frozen Pizza, Heat and Eat Another Aldi product this week, actually did this one some time back, didn’t write it up. Mama Cozzi’s is the brand name the
Avgolemono is a classic Greek combination of eggs and lemon, used to thicken and flavor soups and sauces. Here's how to make it, and how use it in a flavorful and bright chicken soup. Avgolemono is a classic Greek combination of eggs and lemon, used
Categories: Hot off the Grill Tags: @Aldi, Applewood Farms oth Appleton Farms is Aldi’s in-house brand name for selected meat products. I’ve reviewed quite a few of them, which you can read here, tho for some unfortunate reason, s
Forget the baking aisle—the best chocolate for baking is hiding out with the fancy snacks, so pick up a few bars and start upgrading your desserts. Forget the baking aisle—the best chocolate for baking is hiding out with the fancy
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Miscellany Tags: Algonquin, Mexican I rarely go out for Mexican food; exception would be if I’m deep in an area of a big city with a heavy Mexican population. Traveling the world, you get spoiled on &#8220
This mezcal and pomegranate cocktail is a little spicy, a little earthy, a little tart, and softly floral. This mezcal and pomegranate cocktail is a little spicy, a little earthy, a little tart, and softly floral. Read More
Categories: Hot off the Grill The Johnson family has been fishing commercially on Lake Michigan since the 30’s. They’ve been in the retail seafood business since 1951, and I’m sure happy about that. Located on US Highway
Heres how to make a couple entry-level harissas. Although theyre perfect just the way they are, they can also be the start of your homemade harissa adventure. The pastes can be thick or thin, spicy or mild, studded with mix-ins or heady with spices.
Categories: Food Business, Heat and Eat, Hot off the Grill Tags: @Tyson, Chicken Tenders, Heat and Eat I’m not much for ‘heat and eat’ products, tho I do try them from time to time to see if they’ve improved. F
A new era is dawning at Serious Eats, and it's called Seriously Vegan. A new era is dawning at Serious Eats, and it's called Seriously Vegan. Read More
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill Tags: Albertsons, Safeway, Store brands I used to be SUCH a brand snob. I wouldn’t even consider buying a store brand. And I’m old enough to remember when “generic”
Your handy field guide to all the most secret Instant Pot functions that will BLOW YOUR MIND. Your handy field guide to all the most secret Instant Pot functions that will BLOW YOUR MIND. Read More