With cold weather like this, comfort food like apple pie is just the thing, and Williamsburg's fried chicken and waffle restaurant Sweet Chick makes a good one.
The mini-meals offer big tastes. Mini burgers, fries and sweet potato tots are part of the “small cornucopia” at KrushBurger.
Like anything, I’m sure there are a million variations of this meal, but I’d like to think this one stand out because of the marinade the flank steak soaks in overnight. Also, the marinade includes a little red wine.
San Francisco Magazine Sara Deseran and Carolyn Alburger Sara Deseran Our two food editors anoint their current must-have dishes. 1. I don’t normally order baklava because, as desserts go, it’s often treated as a second-class citizen.
Have you ever sharpened your pizza wheel? Have ever even thought about sharpening it? Yeah, me either. I mean, it's not like you need a sushi knife for whacking your pizza into pieces, right? So when I saw that a pizza wheel sharpener ($14.99) ...
Kelli Shiroma Food Editor Dining at The Griddle Cafe is a unique experience ... and no, not just because of the larger-than-life portions. read more
Samantha, The Oregonian's new Food & Dining writer, is going to miss Chicago's deep-dish pizza. Or, as we call it, "Pizza."
There’s really no need to explain this one, right? Everyone knows the Soup Nazi, the most famous minor character from the long... The post “I Can Make My Own Soup!”: The Soup Nazi’s Mulligatawny appeared first on ...
We asked about yours a few weeks ago, and now it's the professional's turn. Read on for many mortifying tales, including dropped turkeys and more than a few deep-fried disasters.
The Wallace, a new restaurant by former SBE corporate chef Michael Teich, is slated to open Dec. 7 on Main Street in Culver City. Teich, also formerly at Axe in Venice, will focus on seasonal California cuisine that highlights local produce -- think ...