Food Republic explores the culture of food through stories, interviews, global conversations and travel experiences. This is the place for people who want to eat, drink and live better.

Good Stuff - What We're Writing

Cooking staple recipes, made easy
Need inspiration? Here's what to eat
From craft brewing to serious quaffing and beyond
Going places? Here's where to eat and drink well
The biggest names from the kitchen come clean
Sports without snacks is like a day without sun
Food and drink stories told through art and photos
Recipes, stories and advice from experts

Follow Food Republic

This Buttered Leek Quiche Recipe Is Paleo!

Eggs and butter make sweet leeks even better
Apr 23, 2015 2:00 pm
paleo quiche recipe

Paleo cooking has never been so easy! In One-Pot Paleo, Jenny Castaneda shares delicious recipes for enticing paleo meals that only require one pot, pan or bowl. That means more tasty, filling paleo meals without the mess. You’ll spend less time cooking and cleaning and more time enjoying your meals. Try out this recipe for a delicious, healthy paleo dish masquerading as a crazily indulgent, creamy quiche.

5 Tips For Cooking With All That Good, And Possibly Sketchy, Beer In Your Fridge

A time and a place for light macros, heavy porters
Apr 23, 2015 1:00 pm

Cooking with wine is pretty common, and a lot of recipes you come across will call for some. But did you know you can cook with beer just as easily? You can! Beer can and totally should become a part of your cooking repertoire, particularly during Craft Beer & Spirits Week. Here are some tips to help get you started. Don’t worry, there’s a time and place for every bottle or can in your fridge. 

Goat Cheese Ravioli With Ramp Pesto Recipe

Ramps are in prime season. Let’s make pasta dough!
Apr 23, 2015 12:00 pm
goat cheese ravioli with ramp pesto

From Doug Psaltis, chef and partner of RPM Italian in Chicago, here’s a ravioli recipe that takes full advantage of one of our favorite seasonal ingredients: ramps! Bright, earthy and bold, these spring shoots, which taste like a combination of onions, garlic and awesome, won’t be around for long. Grab a bunch, pair with creamy goat cheese and put your fresh pasta dough to work. 

Meet The IPA Specialists At Other Half, Brooklyn’s Hottest Brewery

These guys know their hops, when they can find them
Apr 23, 2015 11:00 am

Other Half Brewing has been getting a lot of love lately for its hoppy yet approachable IPAs, as well as for its decision to put them into tallboys. Very Brooklyn. Writer Chantal Martineau checks out the popular brewery, meets the brewers and gets to the root of their hop-heavy approach.

A Craft-Beer Revolution Is Happening In Ireland Right Now. Here’s Where To Drink.

7 pubs to visit in Dublin for the crafty good stuff
Apr 23, 2015 9:00 am

With interesting new breweries opening and customers looking for more choice, an increased number of Irish pubs are focusing on craft beer and turning their backs on mainstream brands like Guinness. The craft-beer sector has tripled in size in three years, and sales were up 50 percent in 2014 alone. With this increased production, a large number of craft-centric pubs have sprouted up in Dublin over the past couple years. Here are seven to visit.

Heart-A-Choke: 12 Ways To Spring For Artichokes Tonight

Tender, seasonal artichokes are all the rage
Apr 22, 2015 3:00 pm

Don’t let artichoke season pass you by! Whether you tackle an artichoke recipe by a celebrity chef (we have plenty of those), keep it simple with an easy stuffing or simply learn how to steam an artichoke like a pro and eat au naturale*, tonight’s the night. Pick up tender baby chokes or big, hearty globes and commit to a labor of love that’s always worth it. 

*that is to say, with melted garlic butter.

We’re So Smart: Gluten-Free Pao De Queijo Burger Buns

Wheat-free burger buns with cheese built right in
Apr 22, 2015 1:00 pm
pao de queijo burger
Photo: Jess Kapadia

I took my pao de queijo recipe, added extra cheese, and baked them in 4.5" ramekins to make perfect cheesy gluten-free buns. The best part about these? My wheat-eating friends will still eat them without complaining, cause they’re made of cheeeeeese! Can potato buns say that? No, they can’t.

9 Craft Breweries Making Great Local Beer In Charlotte, North Carolina

The Queen City is the next big beer hub down South
Apr 22, 2015 12:00 pm

Local beer finally arrived in Charlotte, North Carolina, with the opening of Olde Mecklenburg Brewery in 2009. Since then, the Queen City has quickly developed a thriving craft-beer scene. Charlotte-based writer Daniel Hartis breaks down the local breweries that you need to know.

About Us | Advertise With Us | Contact Us | RSS | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
© 2013 Food Republic. All rights reserved.