The River Cafe in London has more than delicate homemade pasta; the staff has a wicked sense of humor.
Large rotisserie chicken cooker at Lennox Pollo in Lennox, CA.
St. Bernardus ABT 12 Coffee Toffee Beer Float from BottleRock Downtown L.A.
Nettles had me thinking that thistle be a great pie...
it was crispy and a close ressemblance to nachos rather than fries.
cucumber & seaweed salad - delicious and refreshing!
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
Galician octopus with potatoes at Tapa Brindisa in Borough Market London.
Kumamoto Oyster with Indian Celery and Plum Sauce at Charlie Trotter's
The Concierge at the NY Times magazine has ideas for eating cheaply, but well
here was no exotic ingredients, or any fancy name; just a very good beef burger.
Portillo's hot dogs in Chicago
Thin crust pizza at Marcello's in Chicago
Kim Bap! Korean sushi roll with egg and veggies. Found at Mondoorang (Dumpling & Noodle House in Irvine, CA).
Prosciutto pizza with basil
Fluke carpaccio with cucumber, poached cherry and Marcona almond puree at The French Laundry
Artisan Restaurant had me wondering if the food alone (without the wine) might be enough to make a trip to Paso Robles. then again, still have to have something to drink with a killer Reuben
Cass House's Jensen Lorenzen lets beer inspire his menu for a pairing: Penn Cove Black Mussels and Frites with Bratwurst and Belgian Ale [on their own blog!]
is there a food for which you'd travel 400 miles? jonathan gold would fly 400 miles for a waffle at Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland
un café à bordeaux | canelé ice cream, coffee parfait and toasted hazelnuts at the providence 5x5
La Sole, or dover sole with warm leek salad, from L'atelier de Joel Robuchon. What a beauty!
Mint sorbet. l'Ambroisie, Paris, France.
Chargrilled Iberico Pork smothered with spicy Korean miso sauce, at Dinings restaurant in UK.
A piece of pork with really extraordinary subtlety and texture
Hot stone bowl rice with chicken
The pancakes here are one of the thickest-I-ever-came-across.
Blue Cheese and William Pear Burger with walnut butter, bleu auvergne, rocket and poached pear.
Butchers from Team Green Grape strike a pose with pig heads. Yes, real ones. It's all part of the wacky NY chefs competition, Duckathlon, hosted by D'Artagnan.
Oh-oh-oh-oh! The famous Epicurious burger
Street-food. Read: what the locals eat.
BBQ ribs, seasoned with a dry rub and served with a side of honey bbq sauce.
Father's Office Burger - super moist meat patty topped off with caramelized onions, bacon, Bleu and Gruyere cheese and fresh arugula.served on a French Roll.
A plate of pepper crab served by the riverside in Kampot, Cambodia