moroccan food is magical. eggplant stewed in honey and spices [from the traveler's lunchbox]
little leaf-shaped green tea mints from sencha naturals [via she who eats]
you know you have leftovers from cinco de mayo - just throw them together in a carne asada burrito [from elises's simply recipes]
almost like French fries, but they're grilled, marinated celeriac spears [from stephencooks]
Chinese Yao Tiew Donuts on a lazy Sunday afternoon
Hoddeok, Korean street indulgence: This brown sugar and nut-laden snack came fresh off the grill right into our hands complete with molten filling...
not hypoallergenic for the unlucky, but for everyone else, chocolate ganache tart with raspberries and pistachios
an entire blog dedicated to video games is a no brainer, but an entire blog dedicated to video game....CAKES?
only twice before has food brought me to tears: 1st time i tasted toro sushi, 1st time i ate a steak grilled rare, and now the shortrib grilled cheese at table 8 in los angeles (lounge menu only)
Yam and Taro, what is the difference ? Yam and taro mean the same thing in some countries; but here in the United States, it is taro here and yam is sweet potato
Mint-Juleped Fruit Salad
Perfect for the day after the Kentucky Derby.
Home-made biscuits ala Red Lobster style--Cheddar Bay biscuits are cheesy, buttery, and fluffy.
Pineapple + Coconut + Raspberry = <3
Strawberry shortcake at Hip Tea @ The Standard [LAist]
Cinco de Mango [LAist]
To error is soup [New York Times]
SUGAR LUMP by Kathleen Hills
Could you go a whole month without sugar? What's the first sweet you would eat when you could have sugar again? This gal wants to know.
Something strangely appealling about this picture -- maybe it is the patern, or colors, or maybe it is just that I love ravioli...
Mr. Snickerdoodle....is everywhere.
Sangria for Cinco de Mayo. Yes, it's Spanish, but it still tastes good with Mexican food.
Mint -- the herb you thought you knew.
Yes the morning hype is true - Mexican Coca Cola (in the bottles with the REAL SUGAR) really are at Costco in time for cinco de mayo.
$15 for three wee sliders? Well, if it's wagyu beef, brioche buns, ricotta cheese and tomato marmalade at Bouchon, it's worth every penny. [Editor's Note: also #1352 - same pic for diff article!]
It's not too late to save the integrity of chocolate in America -- the FDA has extended the deadline a month. Fight for the right to eat real chocolate.
Forget chips and salsa -- for a true taste of Tex-Mex goodness this Cinco de Mayo, you've gotta try succulent, spicy tinga.
The best places in Paris for ice cream -- from a published ice cream cookbook author. Almost worth the airfare.
Liberace's sticky buns. No, as in the breakfast treat.
GPS, GPS in my car, where's the fairest [fill in cuisine] restaurant of them all? THE must have auto feature from Sony's GPS-CS1.
Philly Cheesesteak SmackDown! Who's it gonna be? Pat's or Geno's?
Spring is in the Air and on my plate!
A spring soup, in praise of asparagus!
An absolutely gorgeous birthday cake. Heck if I got cake like that every year, I almost wouldn't mind being a year older.
Gruyere gougeres, a savory puff made from pate a choux dough, in support of "A Taste of Yellow."