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An unlikely spot for great sushi helps a beginner find his taste buds.
Chocolate chip cookies unraveled for the casual baker.
Sampling smoked salmon, bluefish, and more at the largest smoked fish factory in the US.
A day in photos with James Howell, Pit Cook at The Skylight Inn in Ayden, NC - one of the last remaining barbecue restaurants in America to cook whole hogs over wood coals.
A bevy of pastries and snacks will quickly become your lunch at this Japanese bakery in midtown Manhattan.
A sampling of New York City's delicious (and affordable) desserts.
The best meal of an entire week in Budapest? Of course: It's a giant disc of deep fried dough.
The delicious definition of a doughnut at Peter Pan Bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Peruvian pollo a la brassa: a local favorite in Arlington, VA.
Authentic Xinjiang BBQ: The best $1 bite in New York City?
Frank Sodolak's famous chicken fried bacon: It's surprisingly light!
A wistful tale of a visit to Lucknow, India and the master of snacks who once patrolled its streets...
Dr. Manhattan: The Cocktail (or: A Geek's Foray into Home Mixology).
Death & Company, a leader in New York City's speakeasy revival, classes up the joint with studied, elegant cocktails.
Follow the corned beef hash to a poem about a Los Angeles institution.
How much would you pay a French four star chef to make you a roasted pork shoulder sandwich with homemade mustard and fresh greens? Unless you live in Berkeley, you'd be surprised.
Beef Stew Noodle Soup (Thai style pho) - a fantastic way to spend $5.50 at Lucky House Thai in Berkeley, CA.
The imagery of In-n-Out and Shake Shack face off in a battle for nostalgia.
What's your test for perfect fried chicken?
Dinner in the Elmwood district of Berkeley, CA lights up the intersection of taste, place and memory.
Homemade bacon fat ice cream with fresh bacon bits. If you think this can't get more interesting
Burnt Ends: a hallmark of authentic Southern BBQ, and the man who corners the market on them in Kansas City.
Willett Four Year small batch bourbon figures prominently in this very short story about love and whiskey in the dead of night.