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TASTE by Grace Kelly - 1d ago

In New England towns like Fall River, Massachusetts, or East Providence, Rhode Island, Portuguese restaurants and markets carve out an identity of ’60s and ’70s nostalgia. “You want a taste of Portuguese food? Put an egg on it,” said our waitress at Madeira Restaurant in East Providence, Rhode Island. A fried egg to top off […]

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For the best watermelon juice, all you need is five minutes and a blender. In theory, watermelon is a great fruit. It’s enticing on Bubblicious labels and as unimpeachable as a sour gummy candy. But in its real-life fruity form? Always a little too soggy and spongy, never as sour as I want it to […]

The post Don’t Buy the $8 Watermelon Water appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Brigid Washington - 2d ago

This Trinidadian snack with lime juice, garlic, culantro, and chile is here for you this summer. To taste mango chow is to experience the playful side of Trinidad and Tobago. It’s the original finger food, and it can be purchased from roadside vendors, beach snack bars, and school cafeterias. Sold in little plastic hand-knotted bags […]

The post Mango Chow: It’s Hot appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Yi Jun Loh - 4d ago

For Malaysians, it was a chocolate malt milk drink, not Gatorade, that fueled a generation of athletes. A mug of Milo is as Malaysian as a bowl of nasi lemak. In a country home to the highest number of Milo drinkers per capita (though the drink has a cult following in Colombia, too), the malty, […]

The post Got…Milo? appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Yasmin Fahr - 4d ago

Not only for lemons, the Microplane zester is as versatile a tool as any for the home cook. When cookbook author Dorie Greenspan has an uneven pie crust, she reaches for her Microplane to give it a trim for a picture-perfect apple pie—it’s like Photoshopping in real life. A quick shave, and the problem area […]

The post Grate Expectations appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Matt Rodbard - 4d ago

David Kinch is the chef-owner of acclaimed Northern California restaurant Manresa and a legend in American fine-dining circles. On this episode, we head back to New York City in the 1980s and talk about his time working at the influential restaurant The Quilted Giraffe—and how his post-shift meals at Midtown izakayas back then reflected the […]

The post TASTE Podcast 57: David Kinch appeared first on TASTE.

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How a furniture store, a sandwich chain, and a hotel became famous for their chocolate chip cookies. At one point, the best chocolate chip cookie I had ever eaten came from a small and nondescript coffee shop called Smile to Go, located around the corner from my office when I was working at the food […]

The post Looking for Cookies in All the Wrong Places appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Lukas Volger - 5d ago

Baking eggs by the dozen is smart. Using a sheet pan is smarter. What’s not to like about brunch? Not brunch in the phoned-in, bottomless-mimosa, overpriced-eggs rigmarole way—the brunch held in restaurants that’s always been more about the company than the food. But brunch, the “let’s have some people over but not stress about it” […]

The post 300% More Frittata appeared first on TASTE.

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TASTE by Jamie Feldmar - 1w ago

Saltie is still gone, but Caroline Fidanza hasn’t gone anywhere. There was once a tiny storefront in Brooklyn that made the best sandwiches in New York City. It was called Saltie, and I wasn’t the only one who lined up for a bite—the sliver of a shop had a die-hard fan base and regularly appeared […]

The post A Sandwich Queen Returns to Her Roots appeared first on TASTE.

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A veteran cookbook writer prone to “catastrophizing” answers the question: to wash or not to wash? If I’ve learned anything during my years writing cookbooks with chefs, it’s that no kitchen victory comes without toil. What appears easy in the estimation of professionals is actually quite difficult for the rest of us. This is true […]

The post Cooking in the Age of Deadly Romaine appeared first on TASTE.

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