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There are noodle soups and there is pho, Vietnam's richly complex gift to the world. Pho (say: fuh) may prompt wisecracks and punny tee shirts, judging by those we saw at Ho Chi Minh City's Ben Thanh Market during a recent trip. But in Vietnam and at...
NEW YORK — The beef rib at Briskettown in Brooklyn weighs a pound, sometimes more. The soft meat, which sticks to your fingers like glue, has a gentle gaminess. The flavor is more livery than minerally, and that's exactly what you want. It costs...
Passover begins at sundown Monday, and, as always, Chicago restaurants stand ready to assist. Here are some of the most interesting options; remember to order/reserve early. Bistronomic (840 W. Wabash Ave., 312-944-8400). Seasonal Passover three-course...
If you're donning the green on St. Patrick's Day and stepping out for a drink or two, then know that there's more to celebrating the holiday than downing green beer or straight Irish whiskey. Try honoring St. Patrick with a swank cocktail -- other than an...
Tags: Holidays, Soups, Pies and Tarts, Cabbage, Symbols and Symbolism
Everyone has their own iconic food -- not just a food they really like, or even really love, but a food around which the world turns. For me, it’s barbecue. And not just any barbecue, but Texas barbecue. Credit my passion to a sentimental...
McClatchy-TribuneGear up for St. Patrick's Day with one of the more iconic Irish-American dishes. Whether you go plain or fancy, we have some tasty recipes -- and you won't need the luck of the Irish. At many restaurants come March 17, corned beef will be the menu star?...
Tags: Ketchup, Soups, Mustard, Cabbage, Restaurants
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, which happens to fall on a Sunday this year -- making everyone Irish all weekend long. Whether you’re on the Westside or downtown, there are plenty of late-night bars and early morning brunch...
Tags: Holidays, Sauerkraut, Festive Events, Mustard, Pies and Tarts
Q: I use to use a recipe I got from the Chicago Tribune for making your own corned beef from scratch, using whatever cut of beef you wanted. Recipe dates back to 1993 or 1994. The last time I used the recipe was 1999. I was going to try the recipe again...
EntreeHave you ever wondered why brisket is considered a Jewish cut of meat? It comes from the kosher dietary laws that strictly dictate which animals, and for that matter which specific parts of an animal, can be eaten. In the case of beef, only the...
Tags: Holidays, Recipes, Cheese Corn, Religion and Belief, Salt
The Dish - Orlando SentinelThe more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Rustic Corned Beef & Potato...
Shin Chon Garden is popular to the point of overflowing. Even on a drizzly weeknight, the tables at this Ellicott City restaurant are full of diners. A friend, arriving a few minutes before I did, texted: "place smells AMAZING." When Andrew Zimmern, the...
Ah, Hollywood Beach, my favorite local beach, I love your everyman vibe, the sounds of musicians at your inexpensive bars, and the crisp ocean breeze as I cruise down your Broadwalk on my bike. But your restaurants? Let's just say I'd like to see more...
Tags: Tortillas, Restaurants, Salads, Tacos, Cilantro
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