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10 Things We Learned On Food Republic This Week

Chicago bars, coconut water, turducken, St. Thomas
Nov 21, 2014 3:00 pm

Did somebody say, "TURDUCKEN"? It's that time of year again, and we caught up with NYC chef Ed Cotton to discuss just how to prepare the legendary Thanksgiving dish. Speaking of Thanksgiving, we spent one final week honing our culinary skills for the big day. We know you likely won't be serving Port or coconut water next Thursday, but we've got reasons why you should be drinking more of both. All this and more, in 10 Things We Learned On Food Republic This Week.

10 Things We Learned This Week On Food Republic

Thanksgiving cooking, Nordic food, venison, chowder
Nov 14, 2014 3:00 pm

Have you ever thought about which items you'd include on the menu if you ran a restaurant? Either way, chances are they're not nearly as imaginative as our illustrator Mike Houston's choices. And dare we speculate on the chances you've at least thought about what would happen if you ate the contents of one of those little packets with "DO NOT EAT" scrawled all over them? 10 things we learned this week on Food Republic, right this way.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Mac 'n cheese, crab cakes, pastry chefs, openings
Nov 7, 2014 4:45 pm

Scotland has been de-throned in the Scotch game, thanks to Japan's mastery of the smoky spirit. Chicago's craft beer bars are booming, shoestring fries are delicious and in case you hadn't heard, Baltimore is not kidding around when it comes to crabcakes. Let's all make a pact to hit one of the 20 incredible restaurants opening their doors, right after we use every dish in the kitchen making all these new mac and cheese recipes. Enjoy this week's most popular stories.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Persian food, yuzu, cooking with weed, sorba, amaro
Oct 31, 2014 3:00 pm

You won't need to carboxylate your Persian kebabs to enjoy a great food high, but you might want to think about it for your next batch of pot butter. Or your first, whatever. Speaking of fantastic additions to food: yuzu is the hot new citrus note of the moment, Montreal-born Indian chef Nira Kehar knows how to use her brain(s), soy milk makes a fantastic noodle soup base and if you're ready for the next step in your cocktail-crafting journey, get to know Amaro intimately.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Sean Brock Day, chef shoes, dessert history, cider
Oct 24, 2014 3:00 pm

Shoes, glorious shoes! This week's breakaway story is about the brand-new Vans designed specially for chefs rushing around on slippery surfaces while still maintaining the desire to look rad. If we could just get our hands on a couple of pairs (and with perseverance, we will), we'd send a pair to David Muñoz in Madrid, or Miami's rising Peruvian star, Diego Oka. Sean Brock probably already has a pair. Ready for this week's most popular stories? 

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Hot chicken, scallion fries, Dublin bars, espresso
Oct 17, 2014 3:00 pm

Let's just be honest here: only two stories this week matter. Hang on...we're hearing from the guys upstairs that all these stories matter, so let's make that the official statement while also letting you know that bun bo hue blows your average pho right out of the stockpot, and we have the skinny and/or fat on the latest food trend to blow up your diet: hot chicken, a Nashville staple all firebreathers must try at least once.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Juice crawls, Santa Barbara, coffee liqueurs, ziti
Oct 10, 2014 3:00 pm

This week, we walked into a bar and got treated like royalty. That's because we know how to make friends (also, we jumped on this year's 50 best bars around the globe list the second it was announced). You can bet a few of those places know about our secret awesome craft coffee liqueurs and one of the greatest bourbon bromances of all time. Enjoy this week's most popular stories.

Our 12 Most Popular Stories This Week

Michelin stars, spiral tarts, kale facts, Hot Doug
Oct 3, 2014 3:00 pm

Pause and admire. Repeat. That's certainly a theme with this week's most popular stories, which may have added a whole new level to the term "food porn." A hypnotizing spiral vegetable tart and a crispy-bottomed cluster of oyster mushrooms are just two of the masterpieces you can create at home this weekend. Not a fan of the whole DIY thing? We've got you covered too.


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