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Green Goddess Dressing: The Retro Recipe That Keeps On Giving

There are lots of formerly trendy foods that have failed to maintain their cult status. Green goddess dressing isn’t one of them.<p>There are lots of …

Order a Sloppy Joe in Jersey and You Won't Find Ground Beef

The origin story of this quintessential New Jersey sandwich begins in a place everyone expects a New Jersey sandwich story to begin: ¡Cuba!<p>The year was 1934, or maybe 1935. The North Jersey town of Maplewood, just outside Newark, was presided over by Mayor Robert Sweeney, a politician with a <i>Guys</i> …

The 14 Hottest New Sandwiches Around the U.S.

Just like everything else, sandwiches also get a makeover come spring. Check out 14 of the hottest new combos across the country, from an unconventional lobster roll in Denver to a vegetarian-friendly pita in Atlanta.<p><b>Washington, DC: D.Q.M.W. (Don't Question My Wife) Sandwich at Society Fair</b><p>This …

Blogs | Food & Wine

The Vilcek Foundation is awarding $250,000 total.<p>The annual Free Cone Day promotion is back, and it's not just available at ice cream shops.<p>Thirteen …

Pepperoni Breadcrumbs: Bryan Voltaggio's Genius New Condiment

Bryan Voltaggio is obsessed with pepperoni, so much so that the Top Chef alumhas invented a new condiment we want to put on everything: pepperoni …

Ham, Gruyère, and Caramelized Onion Galette + Darkness at the Edge of Town

<i>Today: Warm your spirits during the darkest January days.</i><p>Welcome to January's homestretch. You feel it; we feel it -- the days are dark and gloomy, and that bitter chill in the air makes getting out of bed that much harder. It's times like these when, in an ideal world, we wouldn’t get out of bed. …

Baking

9 Super Bowl Snacks That Aren't Wings

Why do wings get to have all the fun come Super Bowl Sunday? Change up your usual game-day menu with these party-ready snacks.<p><b>TATER TOT NACHOS</b><p>Sub in crunchy potatoes for tortilla chips and you've got a winner. <b>Get the recipe</b>.<p><b>SAVORY MONKEY BREAD</b><p>Snack on this ooey, gooey cheese-filled bread as you …

21 Things You've Definitely Eaten If You Grew up in the Midwest

By: Andy Kryza<p>Midwesterners do things their own way -- seriously, ask anyone from the Midwest to say "paper bag" and you'll experience vowels you didn't even know existed. And when it comes to food, the region is flooded with deliciousness that much of the rest of the country hasn't even heard of. …

Hot trends in cold-pressed juice: frozen, soft-serve

Even if you’re not ready to jump on the bone broth bandwagon, rest assured that juicing is still cool. According to restaurant consultant firm Baum + Whiteman’s 2015 trend report, in-house juice bars will be popping up in supermarkets (San Jose’s new Whole Foods has one), airports and bicycle …

San Francisco

How to Pair Cheese With Sparkling Wine

More<p>All About Cheese<p>Everything you need to know about eating and cooking with curds<p>First things first: sparkling wine is not just for New Year's Eve. But New Year's is just around the corner, and of course you'll be drinking sparkling wine, so now's a good time to talk about pairing cheese with it. …

What will be the biggest food trends of 2015?

We gaze into our crystal ball to work out what we'll be eating in 2015, from cauliflower to coconut sugar<p><b>Coconut sugar</b><p>If 2014 was all about coconut water, next year will see coconut sugar take centrestage. Full of important nutrients like iron and zinc, coconut sugar has a lower glycemic index (a …

What Is Sorghum? And Why Is The South So Obsessed With It?

Unless you were raised in the South, sorghum isn't an ingredient you've encountered often -- if at all. A couple of generations ago, sorghum was a staple sweetener in the South. It was cheap, plentiful and often went by the name of sorghum molasses. The thick golden syrup was used in place of …