Meyer Ranch flatiron steak & eggs. One of the dishes on the grown-up brunch menu at Serpentine. Brussels sprouts, anyone?
You've heard of a chuck burger, but how about a duck burger?
Special Asian Claypot Mushroom Rice, taste very well
Roasted Chilean Sea Bass with Mushroom Risotto at Café Hiro
Hiza nankotsu (chicken knee bones)...possibly the best chicken I've ever had. Totto NYC
a champion breakfast: pork belly confit, organic sunny-side up egg on brioche, tomato-bacon jam, avocado mousse.
Enjoying Sushi with Old Bordeaux: Toro at Shibucho
bacon and egg on toast
Potato dumplings with a crisp on top. This was at Susur Lee's newest restaurant, Shang.
Toro (Bluefin Tuna Belly) and other sushi at Donzoko in London.
Creole Prawn Salad — mesclun, mango cubes, cucumber, and dried apricot strips with prawns and balsamic dressing
Shin Yokohoma Ramen Museum - A museum devoted to Japanese all time favorite instant-noodled - RAMEN!
Seafood Risotto by Antonio's
A vegan feast of Kow Si (Northern Thai Curry Noodles) with fresh vegetables and faux chicken.
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY's Rib-eye of Elysian Fields Farm lamb. One of 13 unforgettable courses, fully described and beautifully photographed.
Kyoto's famous veggies make this scallion udon a winter favorite. Yorozuya, in Gion is a popular lunchtime hangout with Geisha and Kabuki actors.
Green Eggs and Ham - a Suess inspired breakfast with spinach infused scrambled eggs and prosciutto - I would eat these anywhere!
Prather Ranch beef, onion marmalade and white Cheddar burger
Sesame Caramel Cake with citrus salad, grapefruit sorbet, at Dirt Candy restaurant in Manhattan's East Village.
Chicken Rib Yakitori at Tori Shin in NYC
Skip the trip to Olive Garden, make your own Zuppa Toscana.
Scotch Quail Eggs from Magnolia Gastropub in San Francisco
Speck wrapped Monkfish with parsnip puree from Craft, NY
Japanese imagawa-yaki is a waffle-like pastry normally filled with sweet azuki beans.
Tasty restaurant-style Caesar salad at home..
for the fashionable foodie...edible couture collections and tea served on Paul Smith designed china at Pret-a-Portea in the Berkeley Hotel
Puerto Rican soul food - veggie stew with plantains and beans.
NOLA fries: thick, golden, wedges of starchy goodness, dusted in a snowfall of parmesan cheese, salt and pepper.
Can't decide whether to eat pasta or pizza? Have the best of both worlds and go for a spaghetti pizza then!
Shredded Duck Wings in Sichuan Pepper Oil
A delicious serving of "Yeung Chow" fried rice - learn how to make it yourself.
Lam Mee - noodles drenched with yummy sauce at a famous restaurant in Kuala Lumpur