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When Armenians want to show off, they pop a few lahmajouns in the oven.
When the best part of the fish is actually the tongue.
Prepare and share the Uruguayan brew like a local.
Anthony Bourdain teaches you how to make an omelet, the correct way.
Because nothing cures a hangover like Uruguay’s national sandwich.
When life doesn’t give you lemons, use vinegar.
Armenian nationals and diasporans differ on what dishes are authentically Armenian.
Salt cod, cod cakes, cod tongues, and “fee and chee” (fish and chips) are staples of the province.
West Virginia’s iconic coal-miner sandwich comes in classic versions and newer variations.
Hold on to the ribs to make “the best gravy in the world.”
A glimpse of a state’s complicated legacy of industrial exploitation, culinary innovation, and rural resistance.
In Brazil, a thorny shrub is savored for its rebellious history.
Lavash, apricot vodka, and oxtail soup.
Lavash is ultimately a bread of survival, requiring little more than flour, water, salt, old dough (or yeast), and a hot surface.
A Renews butcher wants to change the food the fishing town is known for.
Despite its internet connectivity issues, McDowell County is in other ways one of the most connected communities in West Virginia.
In West Virginia, coal’s dominance has come as a blessing and a curse.
Sometimes, you just can’t help but post about it.
Some of the world’s best brandy comes from the Caucasus.
The common murre is found in abundance in Newfoundland, making the bird a staple of the local diet.