Mon 7 Sep 2009
So Good competes in a pie eating contest.
Tonkatsu, a fried pork cutlet, is a staple comfort food dish in Japan.
The Grand International judges your “Mexican” shredded cheese. She judges harshly.
Grub Street surveyed notable food critics and chefs on the state of dining today.
From Komi to Marvin tries Kinkead’s.
Grabbing a meal in Arizona? Bad news. Now firearms have to stay home.
How much do I want a giant bite of this fool’s gold stack of pancakes, bacon, and peanut butter topped with maple syrup?
Restaurant Week has come to a close but the stories are just coming out. Did Vidalia offer substandard ingredients in their restaurant week menu? Is it fair to say they were just simply “different” ingredients? How much does this matter to you, the diner?
Lemmonex, an avowed carnivore, keeps an open mind.
Do you know the difference between a stout and a porter?
Check out Foodie Tots’s chilled plum soup with blue cheese panna cotta. Swoon!
This is news I hate to hear: To counter flat sales, champagne grape growers are picking 32% less grapes this year.
Cheese + Champagne reviews taleggio cheese.
Is Ray’s the Steaks the manliest restaurant in DC?