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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Categories: Food Business, Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill Tags: Burger patties Different blends of beef for burgers have been the rage for awhile. The method not only provides distinctive flavor and texture, but also gives processors a premium product
Ed Levine in conversation with author Rick Bragg, part 1 of 2. Ed Levine in conversation with author Rick Bragg, part 1 of 2. Read More
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Seafood Tags: @BostonFish, Chicago seafood A Greek fisherman, the proprietor eventually made his way to the US, working in Greek restaurants, rising to head chef, but all the while aspiring to open his own fish market.
Dashi is the foundation of Japanese cuisine, but its potential uses go well beyond that. Got a jar of instant dashi on hand, and wondering how to use it? Here are some ideas. Dashi is the foundation of Japanese cuisine, but its potential uses go well
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: @OutsidersPizza, Detroit Style Pizza Do you remember when craft beer started to take off, to the surprise of the giant brewers? So what did they do, they created spin-off “mini-compa
Eight recipes to put those leftovers from your last cookout to use. Eight recipes to put those leftovers from your last cookout to use. Read More
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sausage Tags: @homesausage, Gyros, Wisconsin sausage The ‘gyro’ is a Greek inspired sandwich, with meat (generally beef and lamb)cooked on a vertical roaster, placed in a pita, dressed
Jean Claude Frajmund claims that his Eco Shrimp Garden uses technology that can produce local farm-raised shrimp at a price point to compete with toxic shrimp-farming operations overseas. If he's successful, he could usher in an aquaculture revolutio
Categories: Deli, Food Business, Home Cooking, Hot off the Grill, Pizza, Sausage Tags: home cooking pizza, Italian Sausage Today I used some of their fresh Italian sausagesfor a home-made pizza. I only picked up two, of the “hot”
Pesto alla trapanese is Sicily's answer to the more common pesto sauce from Liguria. Both contain basil, garlic, cheese, olive oil, and nuts, but Trapanese pesto uses almonds where Ligurian pesto uses pine nuts, and adds one critical, fresh, and frui
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: Chinese Chicago, Fox River Grove It’s been around for twenty-five years, so it must be “good” right? Well, at least passable. Confession. I lived in China for six years, so
Amazon's annual Prime Day is here—and with it comes a dizzying amount of deals. Which is why we're here to help you sort, filter, and score some great discounts on our favorite kitchen essentials. Amazon's annual Prime Day is here&mdash
Categories: Hot off the Grill There’s a gaggle of old-timey German restaurants in Milwaukee. Last trip, I went to the Kegel Inn, which was excellent in every way. This trip is was Mader’s, I daresay Milwaukee’s oldest, d
Causa is one of Peru's most popular dishes, a cold casserole that's part mashed potatoes, part potato salad, and part mayonnaise-y salad with a meat like tuna or chicken. It'd be the perfect American potluck dish, if American knew what it was. Causa
Categories: Deli, Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches, Traveling Tags: @Gloriosos, Milwaukee, Muffaletta Sandwich Seventy-year-old Glorioso’s in Milwaukee is one of several fine Italian deli/groceriesthe city has to offer. If it&am
Turn pineapple cores and pips into a fresh and flavorful no-cook syrup, perfect for summer cocktails, pineapple-spiked limeade, or a tropical drizzle over your next batch of banana-stuffed French toast. Turn pineapple cores and pips into a fresh and
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill Tags: Cheese Curds, Poutine, Wisconsin If you’re not from the Upper Midwest of the US or Eastern Canada, it’s possible you’ve never heard of “cheese curds.&#8221
Part 2 of Ed Levine's conversation with pitmaster Rodney Scott. Part 2 of Ed Levine's conversation with pitmaster Rodney Scott. Read More
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill Tags: Crystal Lake, Suburban Chicago Hamburgers The Cottage is one of those places most people would describe as a “neighborhood bar” and it fills that role nicely, perched on the edge of
From now through Prime Day, you can save $30 on your first AmazonFresh order of $100 or more. That's $30 toward groceries, whether you need cream for Stella's silky-smooth no-churn ice cream or ears of corn to grill and smother in mayo, chili powder,
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Pizza Tags: 7-Eleven Pizza, Frozen Pizza 7-Eleven Frozen Pizza Review A few years back, 7-Eleven madesome rather dramatic decisions – to go into the hot, ready to eat food business and to replac
here's no shortage of ways to combine bread, meat, cheese, and eggs. I'm sure you could come up with lots of great versions on your own, but if you need a little help getting started we've rou here's no shortage of ways to combine bread, meat, cheese
Categories: Food Business, Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill Tags: Vegetarian Hamburger, White Castle So there’s this Stanford professor, Patrick Brown, B.S., M.D., PHD, who decides in 2009 to take an 18-month sabbatical in 2009 to study &#
Take a break from recipes based on evaporated or sweetened condensed milk, with a no-churn vanilla ice cream based on the simplicity of whipped eggs, vanilla, sugar, and cream. Take a break from recipes based on evaporated or sweetened condensed milk
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: Hardee's, slider burgers Hardees, actually it’s predecessor, Sandys, was the first fast food in my hometown, years before McDonalds or BK landed. Second was probably Henry&#8217
Some tips to help you pick a ripe watermelon, and how to cut it when you have one. Some tips to help you pick a ripe watermelon, and how to cut it when you have one. Read More
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Seafood, Traveling Stop me if you’ve heard this. So a few weeks ago I was on one of my food tours, back down to the Southeastern U.S., Carolinas, Georgia, Florida, and one thing I was looking forward to was a
When I get on a plane to Japan, breakfast is the meal I anticipate most. Not ramen, not a sushi omakase or pristine slices of sashimi, but a "Japanese breakfast": salted salmon, rice, and miso soup, with a few optional and customizable accompaniments
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: Biloxi, Burger, PoBoys So the story goes, the original “Burger Burger” was developed in nearby New Orleans and made its way east to Biloxi sometime after 1947. The sandwic
A Maryland crab feast, in which blue crabs are steamed with Old Bay seasoning, is a culinary tradition worth learning how to prepare—and eat. This guide takes you through steaming the crabs and picking them apart, one step at a time. A Mary
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: Chicken Fingers, Chicken Tenders, Gas station Chicken, Zaxbys Couple years ago, I drove around the Southeast doing a chicken finger/tenders ‘smackdown.’ Turns out I was pretty loyal t
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: @Applebees, burgers, I-55 Restaurant, Missouri Starting as a single restaurant calledT.J. Applebee’s Rx for Edibles & Elixirs in Decatur, GA, 1980, Applebees has grown to a
In a place with a strong affection for meat pies, the squat, round pork pie is arguably the most English pie of all. Here's how it ascended from the homely stuff of peasants to the snack-on-the-go of the British elite to a democratic comfort food for
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Sandwiches, Seafood, Traveling Tags: Catfish Po Boy, Sandwich I’ve been coming to this place for almost 20 years. It used to be for the hamburgers, and it was the hamburger because the location I used to frequ
You may need to adjust the bowl height on you stand mixer if you've found that recipes that utilize the machine aren't producing the best results. You may need to adjust the bowl height on you stand mixer if you've found that recipes that utilize the
Categories: Hamburgers, Hot off the Grill Tags: Chicago Hamburger, Iliinois You may not have heard of the town of Woodstock, Illinois, but you’d probably recognize if if you were plopped down in the town square. Is the picture at the left a
South Carolina pitmaster Rodney Scott on how a lifetime of dedication to barbecue, hard work, and some sweet jams led him to a James Beard Award. South Carolina pitmaster Rodney Scott on how a lifetime of dedication to barbecue, hard work, and some s
Categories: Home Cooking, Hot Dogs, Hot off the Grill Tags: home cooking, Kids recipes Hot Dog-aghetti Recipe Today’s recipe from the “New Hotdog Cookbook” (McFadden Publishing, 1968) (Recipe their property) is &#822
Giving the typical spanakopita formula a makeover doesnt require much extra effort—its all about the ingredients. Using a combination of tender greens and herbs gives the pie subtle complexity, while making the upgrade from frozen to fresh
Categories: Breakfast, Hot off the Grill, Traveling Tags: Horseshoe Sandwich, I-55 Restaurant, Route 66 One of the original U.S. highways, Route 66 (US Highway 66), was established on November 11, 1926. A few years later, the Palms Grill Cafe opened
Experts say to bloom pourover coffee by pre-wetting the grounds before proceeding with the rest of the water, saying it improves the flavor of the final cup. We look at the science behind this advice and put it through some practical taste tests to s
Categories: Home Cooking, Hot Dogs, Hot off the Grill Tags: Hot Dogs, Recipe, soup My favorite niece found this old cookbook, the “New Hotdog Cookbook,” McFadden Press, 1968. Thought I’d put up some of their recipes, a l
We researched dozens of ice cream makers and narrowed the field down to a top ten, which we then pitted against one another to determine which ones are the best. We researched dozens of ice cream makers and narrowed the field down to a top ten, which
Categories: Breakfast, Ham & Bacon, Hot off the Grill Tags: @crockettscamp, Breakfast, Tennessee Crocketts 1875 Breakfast Camp I’m big about avoiding tourist traps or “voted best XXX 10 years in a row.” Unless I
We've rounded up 21 of our favorite Independence Day salads, from upgraded potato salads, pasta salads, and coleslaws to vegetable salads done on and off the grill. We've rounded up 21 of our favorite Independence Day salads, from upgraded potato sal
Categories: Food Business, Hot off the Grill, Sausage Tags: Chorizo, Salami, Spanish Cuisine Quijote Brand Chorizo There are many varieties of chorizo sausage in the world. I prefer the Spanish version, which is an ‘eating’ sausag
We interview Greg Swartz, an organic farmer who owns and manages Willow Wisp Organic Farm in Damascus, Pennsylvania, to ask him what makes his produce so darn good. We interview Greg Swartz, an organic farmer who owns and manages Willow Wisp Organic
Categories: Hot off the Grill, Pizza, Sausage Tags: @SalMookieBiloxi, Biloxi, Pizza “John and Mitchy were getting kind of itchy…” wait….. “Sal and Mookie were feeling kinda ooky..” Sorry. Re
We understand if you don't usually leave room for dessert on the Fourth of July, but after a big meal of smoky grilled meats (maybe a few hours after), a little something sweet can be just the pick-me-up you need. You'll find the perfect match for yo