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Could you handle 7 courses of beef?
Iron Skillet Roasted Mussels with Lemon-Herb Butter at Palo Alto's Zibibbo.
Dip Sum Doughnuts - five spice sugar doughnuts, blackberry jam, chocolate sauce, gingered cream cheese
Philly's Good Dog Burger is stuffed with Roquefort, topped with caramelized onions and served on toasted brioche. Some say it's the best burger in town!
Who says vegetarians can't grill? Jamaican BBQ Seitan!
Is the hype surrounding Magnolia cupcakes warranted?
This is sort of embarrassing to admit, but here goes... Jessica Simpson introduced me to Red Velvet Cake.
Are the burgers at Shake Shack worth the torturously long lines?
I'm well on my way to eating all 20 burgers on Alan Richman's list: "The 20 Hamburgers You Must Eat Before You Die." Here's #2 - The Luger Burger
I can't believe it's not butter! Or eggs. Or even sugar for that matter. BabyCakes in NYC whips up delectable vegan cupcakes.
James Beard Foundation's 2007 Rising Chef Award recipient David Chang makes a mean bowl of ramen.
Seeking out a good bang for your buck? Check out NYC's Dumpling House--5 dumplings/$1
Not sure what to do with ripe apricots? Ruth Reichl suggests making an easy crumble...
Spicy and sweet! Miso caramel apples dusted with Wasabi peas.
Stuffed French Toast / apples / bananas / dried cherries / orange butter
Rae's Venison Cheesesteak effortlessly trumps both Pat's and Geno's.
Quality sushi in an airport food court? You bet!
Idaho is SO much more than potatoes. I found Lemongrass Cardomom Creme Brulee!
GQ's Alan Richman ranked the Rouge Burger #4 on his list of "The 20 Hamburgers You Must Eat Before You Die."
No syrup required for authentic Belgian waffles.
Philly Cheesesteak SmackDown! Who's it gonna be? Pat's or Geno's?
Mini Foie Gras Ice Cream Sandwiches with Hazelnut-Orange Powder and Sea Salt served up at Lacroix in Philadelphia. They're legal for now...
Did someone say something about Inside Out Carrot Cake Cookies? Here they are...
"Thit Kho" is a Vietnamese dish rarely found in restaurants, but served in all Vietnamese households.
Have a sip of my steak martini...
toasted ravioli - a st. louis staple
The best $2 you'll ever spend - Banh Mi Thit Nguoi
Try the "Secret Menu" -
A cheeseburger from In-N-Out Burger made Protein Style and Animal Style.