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Probiotic Power! Dosa-Inspired Pancakes Recipe

Top thick dosa pancakes with kimchi-infused honey
Aug 30, 2014 10:00 am
Photo: Branden Byers

Sometimes the secrets of fermentation surpass our knowledge capacity. The process that yields pickles, kimchi, yogurt, wine and other tart, flavorful and especially healthy ingredients can be used to enhance almost anything you cook. Blogger, podcast host and all-around fermentation master Branden Byers' new cookbook, The Everyday Fermentation Handbook, is a fount of knowledge. Ever think you could combine South Indian dosas with Korean kimchi? Prepare to be amazed.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

NYC, LA, Chicago and Philly fall previews, 99-packs
Aug 29, 2014 4:00 pm

This week is all about fall previews — where to eat, drink and stay and what to read while you're at it. Spoiler alert: you're going to want to go to Portugal. If you're as excited about fall beer as we are, you'll dig our comprehensive guide to seasonal releases, collaborations, festivals and more. If you're just excited about beer in general, there's a 99-pack you should try to hunt down. It's just more cost-effective, especially over a long, hot weekend. Enjoy this week's most popular stories. 

New Recipes This Week: Cuban Sliders, Scallop Ceviche, Cheddar Beer Pie

Cook your way through our newest recipe additions
Aug 29, 2014 3:00 pm

Got peaches? You should, the markets are teeming with sweet, juicy stone fruit just begging to go for a swim in weekend pancake batter. Going to the beach? Bring a bunch of Cuban sliders. Bringing the beach home? We've got a scallop ceviche recipe for that. Utterly sick of summer food? You're nuts, man. But we made you this cheddar pie with bacon and broccoli because we still love you. Enjoy this week's new recipes and have a great long weekend.

Proud Alums: 8 Chefs Share College Football, Tailgating Memories

Recalling epic dishes, game day parties in college
Aug 29, 2014 2:00 pm

The wait is over! College football is finally back, and not a moment too soon. In honor of the arrival of the upcoming season, we take a look back at our Proud Alum series, which covered acclaimed chefs who attended college football powerhouses. We asked them for some stadium and tailgating memories and jotted down their favorite game day recipes.

Jack Rose Cocktail Recipe

A tart classic drink bridging summer and fall
Aug 29, 2014 1:00 pm

With an especially cool summer and crisper weather already in the air, it’s easy to sense the smell of apples and campfires soon approaching. Those not ready to give up summer yet might enjoy this shoulder-season drink, dating to about 100 years ago, and with a base spirit from one of the first licensed distilleries in the United States: Laird’s Bonded Applejack; essentially, a distilled apple cider first made here by a Scotsman back in colonial times. Incredibly, this cocktail can still be found on menus today after a century in existence, and yet it is virtually unknown.

Sweet Potato Samosas Recipe

Crisp pockets of spicy sweet potato and cauliflower
Aug 29, 2014 12:00 pm
easy sweet potato samosas

Afraid to bake because you think you'll mess it up? Grab a copy of blogger-turned-cookbook author Charmian Christie's The Messy Baker and break out that flour. Whether you're a shaky-handed cake fiend or a pie lover who just can't seem to make an aesthetically pleasing pastry, there's a recipe in here for you. Today, the world's easiest sweet potato samosas.

Shepard Fairey Hopes You Drink Hennessy

Famed street artist designs cognac label
Aug 29, 2014 11:00 am

Shepard Fairey dropped by NYC's Soho House last week for a luncheon to introduce his new label design for a limited-edition bottle of Hennessy. A report, and beauty shots of the handsome design, this way. 

Video: Tomatina Was The Best Day Of These Dudes' Lives

20,000 people, 125,000 tomatoes, one simple goal
Aug 29, 2014 9:00 am

Since the dawn of man, the town of Bruñol in Valencia has been celebrating the summer tomato bounty on the last Wednesday of August by hurling it at each other for hours, making pa amb tomaquet as easy to make as wiping a piece of crusty bread on your friend's arm. Tomatina, as the annual festival is known, attracts tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world. Particularly these British dudes, who declared it the best day of their lives.

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