hot dogs-Sonorans, Coneys, and 13 other amazing regional hot dog styles you need to eat
Farm-Fresh Asian Greens
From delicately-flavored bok choy to peppery mizuna, many of the varieties of greens found in markets across Asia have become common in the States. Try these 9 varieties braised, pickled, simmered in soups and added to stir-fries and salads. See our guide to Asian greens »
TOULOUSE-STLYE DUCK or GOOSE SAUSAGE ~~~ paraphrased, "toulouse-style sausages are the classic ingredient in cassoulet. traditionally they are all pork and are minced by hand rather than ground." the version shared at this post's link is made with duck and pork fat. [France, Toulouse] [honest-food]
Oh, yeah … sink your teeth into this carb-heaven indulgence, which we know and love as the deep-dish pizza. Origins of the deep-dish are disputed -- Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria in nearby Northbrook also claims to have invented the recipe. To which, we offer 1 solution: Sample both Uno’s deep-dish, and Malnati’s -- and see which one you like the best!
Have some fried cheese curds on your hot dog. And a salted caramel milkshake.
Hoppin' Hots' Sassy Hot tosses more sass than Pam Grier in her prime with chorizo, jalapeños, cheddar sauce, crushed avocado, pepitas, and a fried egg all atop a sturdy potato bun nestled next to a batch of hand-cut fries.
Hot Dog Taste Test: Chicago's Vienna Beef vs. New York's Sabrett
HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT HOT DOG - Hot dogs are easy to buy - but what about if you make them from scratch? Tony Maws of Boston's The Kirkland Tap and Trotter spent almost a year trying to figure out the recipe for making the perfect hot dog and he shares his secrets