Imagine the outer layers of an onion, split, stuffed with a meatloaf-like mixture, wrapped in bacon, and smoke-roasted into an orb of meaty awesomeness. It's the onion bomb, which exploded on the Internet a few weeks ago. It was love at first sight and first bite.
These avocado tacos are so easy to make and they take no time at all. And when I saw how good the finish product looked? I knew I couldn't wait until my next party.
Los Angeles is undoubtedly one of the best foodie cities in the country. From Mexican, to Vietnamese, to food truck fare, they've got it all and it's all sooooo good.
Bars and their keeps who -- often with some nudging from management -- use little scams to either shortchange customers or squeeze extra cash out of them.
The beef options, not carried around on skewers, include picanha ($34), a prime cut of superb top sirloin roasted on the hearth with garlic and oil (below), and costela ($28)--easily one of the most delicious short ribs dishes I've ever encountered in a city blanketed with them these days.
We put them on waffles, in salads, in cocktails, in smoothies and in ice cream -- and we're big fans of the toss-them-into-our-mouths technique.
You could make this with a regular storage onion and even with frozen peas. And maybe I will some time as a reminder of our lovely summer pasta.
Turkish cuisine is not very different from others around the Eastern Mediterranean, though it can be delightfully spicier--as anyone who has been to the Spice Bazaar in Istanbul will recognize.
We've all seen our carefully selected, beautifully ripe farmers' market tomatoes turn into gross squishy blobs after a few too many days of, "I'm definitely eating those tomorrow."
Once you go to the other side with finely crafted cocktails, it will be difficult to go back to the mundane mixtures and usual suspects at the corner bar.
When I have tea or coffee, I always feel like I need to have something sweet with it, even if it's a bite of something. But there really is nothing like a biscuit to dunk into your tea.
So your dinner plans fell through and it looks like you'll be eating solo. Don't despair! Instead, consider it an opportunity to hone your culinary skills.
You should be able to roast a chicken. You should probably have gotten a job. And you should probably be able to make mom a nice Manhattan to thank her for letting you stay in her sweet basement.
Whether it's paired with wine or melted over a burger, cheese is where it's at. And not just because eating it makes life worth living.
Summer's here and it is hot out there, people. One of our favorite ways to beat the heat is with a boozy, frozen drink (duh!). We're all about the wine slushies, frozen daiquiris, spiked shakes, and of course, margaritas.
A breakfast recipe you can never go wrong whipping up? Pancakes! My family loves them! Here are five ways to spice up your pancakes this weekend, making them a little more fun and even more delicious.