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Binge like Bourdain
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Here’s Anthony Bourdain’s take on the classic French dish.
Here’s how to make chef Masa Takayama’s sukiyaki.
Romy Natalia Goldberg shares a family recipe for tortillas paraguayas.
Here’s how to make Cullen skink (smoked-haddock chowder).
Chef Shay Lavi shares his recipe for whitefish cooked in a spicy tomato sauce.
Chef and author Anissa Helou’s recipe for classic Moroccan pigeon pie.
Kanazawa’s fish market has a long and storied history of construction and destruction. Japanese flock there today for its renowned seafood.
Couscous in Morocco is a far cry from the deli’s back home.
The owners of this Detroit mainstay say it’s the “Black Cheers.”
From chicken cooked in pig’s bladder to pink praline, these are Lyon’s 7 essential foods.
It sells for hundreds of dollars, is transported in protective foam, and gets rejected if it has the tiniest of blemishes. Once each year, the Jewish world goes crazy for etrog.
Jerusalem’s food scene, from classic Middle Eastern fare to European delicacies, is as diverse and contentious as its storied history.
Gugali, tiger fish limboke, and grilled goat.
Sushi, Hokkaido scallops, and wild Japanese boar.
Empanadas de carne, grilled dorado fish, and sopa paraguaya.
When Gadhafi fell in 2011, dreams of building the Switzerland of North Africa took hold—those dreams are now a distant memory.
“I’m no marine biologist, but I know dead octopus when I see one.”
Ditch the velvet ropes, blaring club music, and rented Lamborghini and put on your walking shoes for a trip through Miami.
Stuffed calamari, Kentaki fried chicken, and grilled lamb.
“Lyon is a dark, tragic, beautiful, well-eating city, and everyone here knows that they have a really good life.”
Practice your Guaraní, binge on beef and corn cakes, and cool down with caipirinhas.