The San Francisco Bay Area is fast becoming one of the premier destinations for hand-crafted goods in the United States. In this video, Hangar 1 Vodka teams up with Food Republic to take you on a tour of the handcrafted goods scene in San Fancisco, where you'll meet a host of modern day pioneers staking their claim in in the great American West.
Donut and ramen burgers, chimichurri fries and more
Aug 13, 2014 11:30 am
Music festivals are no longer just “music festivals.” In addition to attracting the industry’s top names, several of the country’s renowned annual celebrations have begun to draw some legit food talent. San Francisco’s Outside Lands festival is certainly no exception to the ongoing trend. Courtesy of Food Is The New Rock, here is a gallery of 10 of the weekend’s most impressive grub items.
Ever heard of biltong? I didn't think so, but as a general dried and cured meat enthusiast, I'm happy to report that South Africa has the global beef jerky game nailed down. As far as I know, there's only one place to get this meaty goodness in the U.S., and that's at Jonty Jacobs, Soho's brand spankin' new beef boutique. Get ready to treat yourself.
There's much more to this city than a famous mouse
Aug 12, 2014 11:01 am
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Orlando? Great food and drink, right? If not, perhaps you should reconsider. With four true growing seasons – which encourages a significant farm-to-table and seed-to-table movement – the city is quickly growing as a bonafide culinary destination. Here, we share five places to eat and drink incredibly well in the Orlando area.
Rotating roster of hummus. Plus, pickles and pita.
Aug 12, 2014 10:00 am
Dizengoff, the new hummusiya from Philadelphia chef Michael Solomonov, is named after a famous food street in Tel Aviv and will be open seven days a week and offer a rotating menu. Keep an eye on Instagram for changes in the lineup. And, some serious hummus porn. Here are the critical details.
Think Maryland and you’ll probably think crabs. And while we’re certainly fond of our little blue crustacean friends, Marylanders also love oysters. A history of oyster consumption and farming in the region - as well as where to get them and a po' boy sandwich recipe - after the jump.
Cooking with eyes on Old Bay, sambal and just lemon
Aug 6, 2014 10:00 am
There are more than 4,000 types of crabs on the planet, the lot of them slippery jerks with little in common beyond claws and a salty-ass disposition toward humans who hope to eat them. Crabbers and cooks around the world have their own techniques for capturing and preparing cranky crustaceans, a canon that includes multiple techniques right here in the United States. Drew Lazor dives in.
When we heard that Colorado's Bryan Dayton was heading to the annual Tales of the Cocktail celebrations in New Orleans via motorcycle with several fellow bartenders – sampling some of the country's finest barbecue and cocktails along the way – we were all ears.