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This sandwich is loaded and pretty easy to do.
Freshly made on the streets of Hanoi, this is our favorite sandwich. It borrows heavily from the strong French heritage and applies it wholly to the Vietnamese style of cooking, combining ingredients you never thought you would see on a baguette.PicklesBoil all ...
 
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A hearty dish usually taught by an abuela over generations.
Chef Haidar Karoum of Estadio in Washington D.C. shares an abuela-approved Tortilla Española recipe. The secret lies in the perfect tortilla and we're here to teach you the basics. Serves 4IngredientsYou also need a 10-inch non-stick skillet (opt for something light so you can ...
 
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Who doesn't want to be between buns?
Taking a sauce in the pan you just used to cook whatever the sauce will cover—in this case, a beautiful steak—is all about perception. It looks (and tastes) like it takes more time and training than it actually does. That’s because the ...
 
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David Wondrich establishes guidelines on this popular 130-year-old classic...then breaks them.
We don’t have any hard numbers for you, but countless hours of observation led us to believe that the Manhattan is now being ordered more than the martini at good cocktail bars. The tricky part is that the martini worked as the ...
 
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Why not create your own makeshift speakeasy for the weekend?
We live in confusing times. Back in the '90s, it was very easy to define the word “cool” because there were clear critera to be met. In high school movies from the '80s and '90s, the scene would always be set with ...
 
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Who cares? Here's a burger recipe.
A burger isn’t really difficult to do, but since the rise of Bouloud’s famed expensive version, chefs have been playing around with the recipe. While some variations are great (Umami Burger or Shake Shack’s), when you make one at home, just stick ...
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