New Recipes This Week: Thai Fried Chicken, Lamb Carpaccio, Veal Milanese

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Oct 31, 2014 2:00 pm

Have you noticed the absence of tomatoes and the abundance of squash? Us too! That's because it's fall, and salted apple bread, butternut muffins and soup and rich, savory fried bites are in prime season. Ditto big bone-in veal chops and as much lamb as you can either braise or serve raw — we've got your carpaccio update right here. Enjoy this week's new recipes. 

So You Think You Can Ramen? 20 Reasons To Slurp Up Today.

The Japanese noodle has never been hotter
Oct 27, 2014 12:00 pm

We've certainly hopped aboard the ramen express at Food Republic and have rounded up 20 of our favorite related stories here for your instant reading pleasure (see what we did there?) You'll find the best craft beers to pair with your ramen, an easy way to locate NYC's best noodle shops, videos on how ramen is made and how to most effectively slurp it and a James Brown commercial for instant ramen. That's right. Slide 17. You're welcome.

New Recipes This Week: Husk Cheeseburger, Smothered Pork Chops, Mushroom Dip

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Oct 24, 2014 2:00 pm
This week, pretty much only one recipe matters: Sean Brock's epic, perfect, oozing specimen of a magnificent cheeseburger. Everyone on the FR staff has had it and can attest: this man holds the key. We also dug into a fresh skillet of Brock's signature bacon-studded cornbread while discussing why epic cheeseburgers don't have truffle cheese. Enjoy this week's Sean Brock recipes (and at least acknowledge the others).

You Travel, You Eat: 8 City Guides To Eating, Drinking, Shopping And Staying

Guides to Austin, Nola, Philly, Brooklyn and more!
Oct 19, 2014 9:00 am

What about all the stress involved in planning trips? That's where we come in. We've assembled eight of our popular "You Travel, You Eat" columns, which highlight the best spots to eat, drink, caffeinate, shop and stay in some of the country's most vibrant cities. Basically, all that remains to do now is booking the actual flight. We also threw in our guide to Bangkok, Thailand. You know, for those who really need to get out of town for awhile. 

New Recipes This Week: Scallion Fries, Coq Au Riesling, Black-Eyed Pea Soup

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Oct 17, 2014 2:00 pm

Break out the braisers, it's time for slow-cooked sausage soup and a delicious twist on coq au vin and let's all give a standing ovation for the return of meatloaf season. Know what's great with meatloaf? Scallion fries, which are of course the new onion rings. Speaking of new ways to spin something you've had before, butternut squash soup, that perennial darling of the seasonal menu, is vastly improved with bourbon, apples and roasted kale. Enjoy this week's new recipes. 

New Recipes This Week: Pastrami Scotch Eggs, Baked Ziti, Chili Mexicano

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Oct 10, 2014 2:00 pm

In regular cheese news this week, we'd wager you haven't made baked ziti since it turned into casserole season out of nowhere. And we'd bet the farm you've never made French-style buckwheat crêpes topped with bacon smothered in cheese. In pimento cheese news, which is always happy and never sad news, breakfast will simply never be the same: waffles and breakfast sandwiches love pimento cheese and will forever more. Enjoy this week's new recipes. 

New Recipes This Week: Kebab Sliders, Veggie Spiral Tart, Fried Sea Scallops

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Oct 3, 2014 2:00 pm

There's just something about watching the video of a spiral vegetable tart being put together that keeps bringing us back. Of course, the photogenic tart wasn't our only addition to our rapidly-expanding recipe section this week. Meat lovers should check out our new spiced lamb, smoked pork sausage and kebab sliders recipes, while vegetarians can take comfort in crispy oyster mushroom steaks and a kale salad stocked with goodies.

7 Sweet And Savory Recipes For The Caramel Fiend In Your Life

Don't just do dessert: caramelize everything!
Oct 3, 2014 12:00 pm

Hey, what're you doing this weekend? Need a project? Try caramelizing. Yes, caramelizing, that amazing phenomenon that turns sugars into nutty, flavor-packed goodness. And we're not just talking onions or, um, caramel. Caramelization can be used in the making of delicious desserts, but it also naturally increases the richness of savory dishes. Give it a try! Here are seven great recipes to try from both the sweet and savory side of the caramelization process. 


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