The winning salmon dish featured on Regis & Kelly from The White Chocolate Grill's Bobby Fitzgerald
if you can't make it up to Ad Hoc. if you don't trust yourself with fried chicken. Thomas Keller gives you his Fried Chicken in a kit from Williams-Sonoma
Eating well in Maine
Ham & Gruyere with Sauerkraut and Honey Mustard Dressing on Pumpernickel
Petite Chocolate Crunch - Rich chocolate mousse on a crispy chocolate base topped by a dollop of banana ice cream
Cashew Alfredo Zucchini Linguine from Gorilla Food, Vancouver, BC. Canada
The River Cafe in London has more than delicate homemade pasta; the staff has a wicked sense of humor.
Mario Batali at D19, Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Yes. He had on the orange crocs.
Large rotisserie chicken cooker at Lennox Pollo in Lennox, CA.
Once the most-expensive restaurant in the U.S. is masa, a top-cut sushi-focused restaurant in New York. Photos of its food are prohibited.
St. Bernardus ABT 12 Coffee Toffee Beer Float from BottleRock Downtown L.A.
Creamy burrata with trout roe sided by a bright parsley and mint salad. The John Dory, New York, New York.
Nettles had me thinking that thistle be a great pie...
it was crispy and a close ressemblance to nachos rather than fries.
Lomo Saltado from Mo-Chica Peruvian Restaurant Los Angeles
cucumber & seaweed salad - delicious and refreshing!
Tokusen Tonshio Ramen - Japanese noodles in salt-based pork bone broth from MIHARU SAPPORO RAMEN in Singapore
100% natural open-faced sandwich for breakfast in mexico
The butter pork was definitely one of the best, it was slightly sweet, coated with butter powder which had a uncanny resemblance to cheese
Cherry ricotta tart with saba and torn mint at SF's brand new Flour + Water.
Galician octopus with potatoes at Tapa Brindisa in Borough Market London.
Kumamoto Oyster with Indian Celery and Plum Sauce at Charlie Trotter's
Pan-fried Chives and Chicken Dumplings with Netted Rice Crispy. Potstickers with dramatic flourish!
Foie gras with hibiscus-beet gelee. It's served with brioche. Corton, New York.
The Concierge at the NY Times magazine has ideas for eating cheaply, but well
Sichuan-style spicy braised beef noodles
Granny Smith Apple Beignet with cinnamon honey butter at Brenda's SF.
Spring Roll Wrapped in Rice Noodles
here was no exotic ingredients, or any fancy name; just a very good beef burger.
Southwest Eggrolls with Avocado Creme Dip. Taste just like Chili's Southwest Eggrolls.....sooooo yummy. Must eat!
Portillo's hot dogs in Chicago
Chocolate tart with rum sorbet.
Conversation of the important things in life over a delicious bowl of granola.