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A Guide to Hot Pot Dining

Discover where to find a variety of delicious hot-pot destinations to eat. Good news: our list includes all-you-can-eat options and a recipe to follow ahead.

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    A Guide to Hot Pot Dining in Portland and Its Surrounding Suburbs

    A Guide to Hot Pot Dining in Portland and Its Surrounding Suburbs

    Generally, Portland is a very broth-friendly city. We have an extensive selection of ramen, pho, and noodle soup restaurants, not to mention plenty of delis and cafes serving classic cream soups and sick day standards. However, the world of hot pot — a dish popular throughout East Asia and …

    Where to Dip Into Hot Pot and Shabu-Shabu in Austin

    Where to Dip Into Hot Pot and Shabu-Shabu in Austin

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    Eater - Darcie Duttweiler

    Austin is full of delicious soups and ramen in the capital city for those days you just want something warm. But for a more interactive experience, it’s worth seeking out the city’s hot pot restaurants. Typically, hot pot dining is a social one, where diners dip and cook vegetables, meats, and …

    Two New Hot Pot Restaurants Open in Las Vegas

    Two New Hot Pot Restaurants Open in Las Vegas

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    Eater - Janna Karel

    Two new hot pot restaurants are heading for the Las Vegas Valley. One, located on Spring Mountain Road, is open now and serving thin ribbons of wagyu beef ready for dipping in boiling-hot brother. Another is in the works for the Las Vegas Strip, opening this summer with a specialty bone marrow …

    A Mandu Hot Pot Recipe That’s a Spicy Take on Dipping Your Dinner

    A Mandu Hot Pot Recipe That’s a Spicy Take on Dipping Your Dinner

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    If you’re craving a communal dish that’s ideal for warding off cold weather but doesn’t involve melted cheese, hot pot has your number. This version comes from Sophina Uong, the chef and co-owner of Mister Mao, an ebullient self-described tropical roadhouse in New Orleans. Although hot pot is …

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