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Lahmacun From 'The World's Best Spicy Food'

<i>Lahmacun</i> are Turkish flatbreads rolled up around a tomatoey lamb mixture, sprinkled with pepper flakes and topped with a spritz of lemon juice. They're a cousin of larger, milder <i>pides</i>, most often known as Turkish pizzas. The lahmacun in Lonely Planet's <i>The World's Best Spicy Food</i> are made from a …

Hey SF, You Can Taste Stylish Food from Guam

All I know about Guam is that it has a lot of brown tree snakes. Oh, and once on TV I watched Guy Fieri eat some pretty sweet-looking Guamanian food …

9 Rules for Naked Dining: The Etiquette of Nude Resorts

Nine rules to follow when dining at a nude resort, from where to place a napkin to whether or not to Instagram<p>Once upon a time, etiquette was important: One needed to know which fork to use, which glass to sip from. Those days, my friends, are over. Now, questions of etiquette mainly revolve around …

It's About Time You Knew Exactly Where Vanilla Comes From

Vanilla is one of those powerful ingredients we use all the time, but probably take for granted. Whether it's vanilla extract in your chocolate chip cookies or scraped vanilla beans for custard or ice cream, vanilla is called for in all kinds of recipes. With so many uses and so many different …

Helena Rizzo Is World's 50 Best's 2014 Best Female Chef

Brazilian chef <b>Helena Rizzo</b> of <b>Maní</b> has been named Veuve Clicquot World's Best Female Chef. Her restaurant in São Paulo was added to the World's 50 Best list last year at #46 and to the Latin America's 50 Best list at #5.<p>Rizzo trained in Europe, where she apprenticed at <b>El Celler de Can Roca</b>, …

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Marea's Lauren DeSteno on Women Cooking at the Top and Finding Her 'Daily Happiness'

"I want people to feel comfortable, and happy. What I need to make my daily happiness is definitely this style of food."<p>In case you've missed it, there's been some serious talk lately about gender imbalance in restaurant kitchens, and plenty on the state of the "female chef" with terms said chefs …

Roasted brussels sprouts--still great when done right, says @rapo4. These are from @jhosteria in Jackson Hole.

Albert Adrià on His Barcelona 'Culinary Amusement Park'

Chef <b>Albert Adrià</b> is on fire. He and his brother Ferran Adrià will conclude their 5.0 project in January 2015 with the Barcelona opening of <b>Enigma</b>. The purest version of Albert Adrià's vision, 5.0 consists of five restaurants, five completely new culinary concepts, five partners, and one creative …

15 Stupidly Simple Cooking Tips From Famous Chefs and the CIA

CREDIT: All Photos by Phil Mansfield<p>Without basic cooking skills, even the simplest dishes can blow up in your face, and then your face won't look very good because it'll be covered in chicken marsala and failure. So to help improve your cooking skills to non-destructive levels, we asked a group of …

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How Japanese-Style Slow-Drip Coffee Brewers Work

In some lucky parts of the world, mercury is beginning to rise to that little point on the thermometer that says "iced coffee time". Yet with all the options available nowadays, from bottled, grab-and-go varieties to easy, overnight at-home methods, have you ever considered taking your iced coffee …

Laksa Lemak (Katong Style) From 'The World's Best Spicy Food'

In Lonely Planet's <i>The World's Best Spicy Food</i>, writer Tienlon Ho describes <i>laksa lemak</i> as "a reassuring hug followed by a pinch in the cheek; it's creamy and smooth with a lingering spice kick." Indeed, the seafood-rich coconut and noodle soup is a bowl of warm, gently spicy comfort. Ho's recipe …

Two Trattorias in Midtown Manhattan Show off the Italian Art of "Dolce Far Niente"

All the talk about how dining out has become more casual obviously ignores the fact that the overwhelming majority of restaurants are casual, not least -- and especially in New York -- the venerable Italian trattorias, distinct from high-end Italian ristoranti with Frette linens and Ginori china. …

Bake the Book: Apple Cider Cream Pie

If you've been following along since the beginning of the feature, you'll recall the mention of Allison Kave's boyfriend, Jay, who encouraged her to pursue professional pie-baking, which turned into <b>First Prize Pies</b>. This is his award-winning recipe, an apple cider cream pie thickened with heavy …

Book Roundup: Sous Chef, Gale Gand, NYT's Wine With Food, Deborah Madison

Welcome to the new <b>Cookbook Roundup</b> feature, in which Eater takes a quick look at new cookbooks, booze books, and other dining-related books. In today's roundup, there are four March and April releases: New York City restaurant vet <b>Michael Gibney's</b> new in-the-trenches novel <b>Sous Chef</b>, Chicago chef <b>Gale</b> …

An Insider's Guide to Berlin Street Art

<i>"Some people become cops because they want to make the world a better place. Some people become vandals because they want to make the world a better looking place." - Banksy (Wall and Piece)</i><p>Multi-cultural, creative, dynamic, alternative, punk, trendy: in one word, this is Berlin. Art critic Emilie …

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Think You've Been Eating Wasabi All This Time? Think Again.

Bamboozled.<p>Wasabi: you know it well, or so you think. Chances are, however, you've never actually eaten real wasabi, or at least not very often. This is because most of the wasabi served outside of Japan is a mixture of horseradish, mustard and food coloring. Even in Japan, the demand for real …