Chow.com has just launched its "Cooks from Books" series, in which senior food editor Jill Santopietro tests a recipe from a recently published cookbook, trying to determine if the authors articulated all the important steps in putting together the dish. It's a great idea for a video series. Santopietro starts out simple, with a strip […]
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And he samples the chain's version of the KFC Double Down: a stack of cheesecake filled pancakes. Norton's take is delightfully dry and droll, particularly this observation about the pancakes covered in "apples": "That can only loosely be described as an apple. That's corn syrup on something gelatinous." Video courtesy of Chow.com
One of the best palates in the business, James Norton, hits the Minnesota State Fair. Fried goodness ensues.
Specifically, I want one like they make at Boulettes Larder in San Francisco. But where is the closest equivalent in D.C.? I have to admit, I haven't seen a canelé around these parts. Help me out here, Y&H Nation. Video courtesy of Chow.com
Y&H's favorite food site has a number of recipes to help you consume those boiled, rainbow-colored orbs before they go bad. The site also has this handy video, featuring former Top Chef-fer Jamie Lauren, on how to make rich, velvety deviled eggs, should you have a few left in the fridge that still haven't touched […]
Falafel shots and hot dog air coming soon to a mobile vendor near you! For Y&H, there's usually a pattern to my April Fool's Day, and it goes like this: I login to the computer, call up Google to conduct a search, and sit there slack-jawed for a minute while reading about the Google Gulp […]
The librarian at the New York Public Library thinks so — and she has the evidence to prove it in this delightful Chow.com video.