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16 French Recipes Every Beginner Cook Should Master

If you’re looking to up your game in the kitchen, classic French technique will provide you with a useful foundation no matter what you like to cook. …

Quick Fix: Every Occasion - Recipes for the Thermomix

• <b>Author:</b> Alyce Alexandra<p>Quick Fix: Every Occasion, the sequel to the bestseller Quick Fix in the Thermomix, makes cooking delicious meals for every occasion a ‘piece of cake’. Each recipe on its own can be a humble meal, sweet treat or snack. Yet teamed with complimentary recipes you have a …

Meat

• <b>Author:</b> Pat LaFrieda<p>Pat LaFrieda, the third generation butcher and owner of America’s premier meatpacking business, presents the ultimate book of everything meat, with more than seventy-five mouthwatering recipes for beef, pork, lamb, veal, and poultry.<p>For true meat lovers, a beautifully prepared …

The Omnivore's Dilemma

• <b>Author:</b> Michael Pollan<p>What shall we have for dinner? Such a simple question has grown to have a very complicated answer. We <i>can</i> eat almost anything nature has to offer, but deciding what we <i>should</i> eat stirs anxiety. Should we choose the organic apple or the conventional? If organic, local or …

Flavours of Tasmania: take a bite out of Australia's Apple Isle

There’s much more to the self-styled Apple Isle than, well, apples. Australia’s southernmost state, the island of Tasmania, is a foodie’s paradise and a world apart from mainland Oz. The cooler climate produces elegant dry wines and the unspoiled coastline ensures the freshest seafood around.<p>The …

Australia

Bravissimo! Eat the Italian way

Rule number one, and the only rule worth remembering if you don’t have time to read the rest of this article, is don’t judge a restaurant in Italy by its decor. It’s as simple as that. In this foodie heaven of a country, brilliant fare can be served in the ugliest of surroundings.<p>If you want to …

Italy

Bourbon secrets of Derby City

While thousands of racing fans are swigging the obligatory mint juleps at Churchill Downs and in bars across Louisville the first weekend in May during the Kentucky Derby, those in the know are enjoying more interesting variations on the tradition. Starting with the horses themselves, who skip the …

Kentucky

Sydney’s top speciality drinking spots

It’s hard to know where to start in a city that sparkles with entertainment options after dark. There’s no shortage of clubs, pubs, big bars and, these days, small bars in Sydney. But if you’re looking for something a little niche, here is our pick of the best. All are conveniently located in the …

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Tips from a food writer: how to find culinary bliss around the world

For seven years, I've eaten up to five meals a day at eateries ranging from Marrakesh street stalls to Venetian Grand Canal palace restaurants. What looks like unfettered gluttony is my assignment as a roving food reporter: find the most promising places to eat in town, sample the best menu items, …

San Francisco

The next food trends predicted by travel writers

Climb aboard the food trend train: what’s cool today will be passé tomorrow. New food trends arrive on the scene every year, whether you’re ready for them or not. Some will be local foods cast into the spotlight by changing tastes, novel techniques or a hefty dose of whimsy, but most will be …

Sous-vide Cooking

The 11 best street foods worth blowing your diet over

You’re on holiday abroad exploring a local market. Suddenly an enticing aroma encircles you and makes you turn your head to find the source. There’s a long queue of hungry people looking jealously at people walking away munching on something delicious-looking. What are they eating? Maybe you should …

Food & Dining

Destinations that pair well with wine and beer

A glistening glass of local wine, with a tasty little snack on the side - is there anything better? It's no coincidence that when a place produces particularly good wine and beer, a gourmet accompaniment seems to spring forth from the area to join in. Here we celebrate seven destinations that …

Northern California

New York City food trucks: a new way to bite the Big Apple

New York City's iconic hot dog carts are sharing increasingly crowded curbs with high-end food trucks dishing up Belgian waffles, Korean barbecue, gourmet whoopie pies and new interpretations of American classics. New York street food has evolved beyond the traditional $2 pizza slice, bagel with</i> …

Food Trucks

Best hangover foods from around the world

It’s 10am and you vaguely recall last night involved small glasses of something resembling vodka standing to attention on the bar as you slid off your stool and into a roller coaster dressed up as a taxi and the coffee you just ordered tastes like brown water and you can’t find your sunglasses and …

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Fine tune your table manners

You think that emptying the bottle into your guest’s glass is polite… little do you know that you just designated them as the buyer of the next round! Although most locals will excuse breaches in etiquette, wouldn’t you rather be informed and impress them with your cultural know-how?<p>Read below for …

Travel

On the craft beer trail in Wellington

It’s one of the coldest days of the year in the New Zealand capital, but I’m in a Wellington brew pub busily zesting a summery selection of plump oranges, knobbly limes and stout grapefruit.<p>Amid the shiny vats of the Fork & Brewer’s compact brewhouse, head brewer Kelly Ryan is carefully …

Beer

The West Bank by Bus

Last year, two young Jewish Americans began leading educational tours of the troubled Palestinian territory. But their ambitions are bigger than a …

BAD BEHAVIOR

“With a bit of luck, his life was ruined forever. Always thinking that just behind some narrow door in all his favorite bars, men in red woolen shirts are getting incredible kicks from things he’ll never know.” <br>–Hunter S. Thompson<p>What is the promise of Las Vegas? What are people looking for in this place in the desert? What are they selling that brings people across the oceans, the mountains, the parched wasteland?<p>Sure. You can see Celine Dion belting out your favorite movie anthem, eat food …

Breakfast #Jamaica

SHUT UP AND EAT

A frequent comment on food websites is that I should avoid discussion of politics or social conditions and concentrate on the food. My host, serving me a humble but tasty Lao style <i>laarb</i> could be missing three out of four of his limbs but God forbid I ask the question: “Hey there, fella…what happened to your arm and legs?” The answer might intrude on someone’s vicarious eating experience.<p>In the Congo, the bucket of water used to boil my pounded cassava might well have been transported the 2 …

NYC Guide: Where to Find Cult Sushi and Mind-Blowing Beer

New York's best new food is hidden in tiny sushi bars, a food court and a beer joint. Here, eight amazing new restaurants and three much-anticipated …

14 Incredible Brunch Recipes for Mother's Day

From fiery bloody Marys to delicious egg dishes, here are 14 amazing brunch recipes to celebrate mom this Sunday.<p>1 of 14<p>Advertisement<p>2 of 14<p>3 of …

Andrew Zimmern's Key Lime Pie

Andrew Zimmern's simple Key Lime Pie is perfectly tangy and creamy, with a crunchy graham cracker crust.<p>This is my pal Derek's recipe. He is a …

Cocktail or Bar Snack? This Oyster is Both

This smoky, frothy, spicy, sour and salty cocktail-snack hybrid is served on the half shell. Here's how that intricate slurp comes together.<p><i>This</i> …

Floral, Fragrant Bordeaux to Buy Now

Bordeaux drinkers know that the Margaux subregion is a special place.<p><b>2010 Château Deyrem Valentin Margaux:</b> Bordeaux drinkers know that the Margaux …

How Food Could Save a Dying Town

Breaking Kickstarter records, this Rust Belt chef hopes to use the power of food to revive Braddock, Pennsylvania.<p><i>Breaking Kickstarter records, this</i> …

A Steak House Scion's Amazing Do-Good Restaurant

Amy Morton may have restaurants coded into her DNA.<p>Amy Morton may have restaurants coded into her DNA. Her father, Arnie, founded Morton’s The …

8 Recipes Every Garlic Lover Should Know

In this week’s Mad Genius Tips video, F&W Test Kitchen genius Justin Chapple revealed the trick to making garlic paste at home. Now that you have …