is there a food for which you'd travel 400 miles? jonathan gold would fly 400 miles for a waffle at Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland
A pint of beer from the heart of the English Lake District, full of hops and with a beautiful red colour.
Our recent trip to Buenos Aires inspired our Argentinian feast of Tira de Asado and Salsa Criolla. MMMMM Beef.
Fried pumpkin cake at Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant in Singapore
Shangri La cake from Extraordinary Desserts in San Diego; made with layers of guava.
At ARZAK in Spain; Toasted lotus root slivers with fish mousse.
Knife-Cut Homemade Udon with Spicy Braised Tripe at Mission Street Food
Nigiri from Akira in Barrie, Ontario- so good I really did eat all I COULD!
The Hong Kong Ding Dong- a green tea cupcake with homemade marshmallow filling, coated in bittersweet chocolate- from Bread & Chocolate Bakery in Newton, MA.
Taylor Boetticher works a heritage pig
un café à bordeaux | canelé ice cream, coffee parfait and toasted hazelnuts at the providence 5x5
La Sole, or dover sole with warm leek salad, from L'atelier de Joel Robuchon. What a beauty!
Celebratory steamed buns stuffed with lotus paste, dressed in pink with the Chinese characters for 'peace'. Cheung Chau Bun Festival, Hong Kong.
Deep-Fried Syrian Beef Balls (Kebbeh)
Mint sorbet. l'Ambroisie, Paris, France.
The delicious definition of a doughnut at Peter Pan Bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
An Ispahan croissant from Pierre Hermé in Paris.
Al Dante fettuccini in thick creamy sauce topped with beef bacon.
A Sweet Ginger Tisane to soothe any tummy or just a refreshing drink!
Chargrilled Iberico Pork smothered with spicy Korean miso sauce, at Dinings restaurant in UK.
A piece of pork with really extraordinary subtlety and texture
Hot stone bowl rice with chicken
Spinach Artichoke Dip. This classic appetizer makes a decadently delicious between-meal snack or first course. As a nice bonus: you’ll find this recipe is quite easy to make. More recipes and ideas on foodchannel.com.
Mother's Cookies are coming back to town! Kellogg's bought the recipe and are bringing back my dear old circus animal friends.
Honey Butter. How-to VIDEO + RECIPE
Here’s an easy way to add wonderful, sweet and buttery flavor to the dinner table. For more recipes and videos, visit foodchannel.com.
Thomas Keller's famous fried chicken -- and the surprising dignitary who showed up to enjoy it one night.
The pancakes here are one of the thickest-I-ever-came-across.
In NYC, there's a bunch of folks who meet up once a month with the sole purpose of trying burgers - NYTimes slideshow/article on this"Burger of the Month" Club
Braised Egg Noodles with King Prawn in Ginger and Shallot Sauce
Morning bun from La Farine French Bakery in Oakland, California. Delicious part of a lovely rainy day brunch.
The littLe brother of quesadiLLas nestLes juicy pork, onions, ciLantro and lime between spinach and corn tortiLLas.
Deep-fried oyster omelette from the back streets of Kowloon, Hong Kong
Blue Cheese and William Pear Burger with walnut butter, bleu auvergne, rocket and poached pear.
Butchers from Team Green Grape strike a pose with pig heads. Yes, real ones. It's all part of the wacky NY chefs competition, Duckathlon, hosted by D'Artagnan.