Qui has been one of Austin’s most difficult tables to snag since opening last year. Franklin Barbecue is, well, have you seen the line that forms outside before it opens every single day? For one night only, the chefs behind the two immensely popular restaurants — Paul Qui and Aaron Franklin — are collaborating to cook dinner. Ladies and gentlemen, this is going to be a meal for the ages. Details, right here.
You may have seen our post earlier today on the top Googled recipes and cocktails of 2014. To absolutely nobody's surprise, chicken recipes are at the top of the list, followed closely by meatloaf, banana bread, pancakes and chili recipes. First, let us just say: branch out, folks. But if chicken's really what you're after (and statistically, it is), here are 10 recipes tailored for the search engine junkie in all of us.
Earlier today Google released data illustrating their top recipe, cocktail and beer terms for 2014. Not surprisingly, chicken is the top search term. Fried, baked, tetrazzini — it’s a national obsession. But drilling down further into the list reveals that Americans still have an unwavering sweet tooth, are always stumped on the perfect pancake prep and most certainly love a little guacamole (on football Saturday and Sundays at least).
"Soufflé is culinary term with so much baggage. It sounds scary, but actually, it's just a bit of cheese and some egg whites," says British culinary authority and cookbook master Nigel Slater. Make these invidicual savory puddings as an impressive side dish or dressed-up lunch and don't be afraid to get a little cheese rind in there for body and texture. Meticulous cheese-grating won't get your spoon into that soufflé any faster.
So, what is Andy Milonakis doing with Adam Pally (of The Mindy Project) and Los Angeles chef Kris Yenbamroong (of Night + Market)? Well, there is uni, dry-aged ribeye and the Thai version of packaged ramen noodles involved. Check out the new episode of Fat Prince.
Survey finds our eating habits are making us broke
Dec 15, 2014 1:00 pm
Your passion for good food and drink isn't just making you fat. It's also making you broke. Dining out is now the biggest reason that Americans blow their budget, according to a recent survey of U.S. workers. And, eating at home from time to time isn't helping us save much, either. Spending on food and groceries comes in a close second on the shrinking-wallet scale. Perhaps even more striking: the survey also found that food costs are a greater concern than terrorism and ebola.
Latkes. It's that time of year, and you know you want them. Whether you take yours with sour cream, applesauce or, well, something a little fancier, we've got 10 prime Hanukkah recipes for you, from those crisp potato patties that just won't quit to smoky beef borscht, meatballs and stuffed eggplant, make this food-friendly holiday anything but light.
There are many surprises in this booming food city
Dec 15, 2014 10:30 am
According to chef Justin Yu, Houston is an eating city. “It’s really based on a lot of cuisines and cultures and people who base their life around coming together and eating,” he told us recently. And while we hear these sentiment of pride often when a local chef starts talking about his community, Yu pretty much hit it on the head. You go to Houston to eat. Period. And eat really, really well. Here are 12 places you should visit.