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Beijing Noodles

Beijing Noodles

Beijing Noodles By Andrew Zimmern Also called Fried Sauce Noodles, this dish is arguably the most famous noodle dish in China. In Beijing, it’s available everywhere, anywhere and anytime, from humble food stalls to fancy restaurants. My friend Judy at the Woks of Life posted a great recipe that used to get started and I…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Rosh Hashanah Recipes

Recipes for Rosh Hashanah Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection and repentance, but it probably doesn’t surprise you that my favorite part is the food. It’s a great excuse to sit around the dinner table with family and friends, and say a toast to the year ahead. To honor tradition, I like to cook dishes…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Barbecue Chicken

Barbecue Chicken By Andrew Zimmern This barbecue chicken is the best thing I’ve cooked in a long time. I’m confident enough that I’d put it up in a barbecue contest any day of the week. The key is to cook the chicken quarters over indirect heat with a lot of smoke, before finishing them over…  Read More

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AZ Cooks Snack Bracket Round 2

AZ Cooks Snack Bracket We’ve narrowed down 16 of my most popular recipes to 8, but we still need your votes to figure out which one is the best dish. Be sure to vote for your favorite in every match-up! Need a refresher? Watch the videos below and help us pick the winner.   ROUND 2: SALTY…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's tips for cutting an avocado

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: How to Cut an Avocado

The Easiest Ways to Prep an Avocado Whether you slice it, dice it, scoop it, smash it or simply cut it in half and eat it with a spoon, there’s no denying avocados are one of the most beloved fruits around the world—we consume more than 4 billion per year in the United States alone.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for sous vide spare ribs

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Sous Vide Spare Ribs

Sous Vide Spare Ribs with Sticky Rice & Peanut Sauce By Andrew Zimmern Want to take your cooking game to a new level? Get on board with the immersion circulator. Sous vide cookery is safe, convenient and easy. Cooking inside of a sealed container allows you to lock in flavors, juices and fats unlike any other…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Recipe for Fried Chicken Wings

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Fried Chicken Wings

Dry-Rubbed Fried Chicken Wings By Andrew Zimmern Do you want to be king of your chicken wing castle? Deep fry a batch of wings before tossing with your favorite dry rub and melted butter. Chicken wing supremacy is really that simple. Here, I’ve used two different types of dry rub—one with herbs, garlic and onion,…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Thanksgiving Guide

Andrew Zimmern’s Complete Thanksgiving Guide

Tips & Recipes for Thanksgiving Success Sharing a table with family and friends in celebration of tradition and great food is what makes Thanksgiving my favorite holiday, and I know I’m not the only one. Thanksgiving is about our cultural demonstration of collective thanks, expressed by a delicious meal…followed by football. Hosting the biggest feast…  Read More


9 Sweet and Savory Pies to Make on Pi Day

9 Ways to Celebrate Pi(e) Pi Day is 3/14, and while this made up holiday has nothing in common with our favorite dessert, we have no problem dedicating a whole day to baking and eating pie. Here are nine sweet and savory ways to indulge.   Lattice-Top Blueberry Pie As far as pie fillings go, this one…  Read More

Uptown’s Favorite Neighborhood Eatery for Every Occasion

Heyday A Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2015, chef Jim Christiansen’s thoughtful food is hyper-seasonal (often foraged) and speaks to his stint at Noma, with dishes such as grilled lamb with winter radish and stewed local oats, and hake with cauliflower, smoked cod roe emulsion and herbs (pictured above). Christiansen skillfully balances flavor, texture,…  Read More

Steak au Poivre

6 Romantic Valentine’s Day Menus

Impressive Valentine’s Day Recipes A love of good food is universal, it’s what connects us all… trust me, I’ve spent a lifetime trying to prove this very point. So this Valentine’s Day, skip the dinner reservations at a fancy restaurant and practice the art of seduction from the comforts of your own kitchen. Here are…  Read More

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Healthy Weeknight Recipes

9 Healthy(ish) Recipes for Winter Here are a few hearty, yet healthy meals to get you excited about that post-holiday detox.   Roast Chicken with Ratatouille Family meal night across America just got easier, and so did entertaining on a budget. Ratatouille paired with roast chicken pieces is a classic combination that even your kids will…  Read More

Donations Needed for the Ali Forney Center

Donate Professional Wear to Help LGBTQ Youth Our friends at Big Gay Ice Cream are holding a clothing drive for the Ali Forney Center through January 8th. The Ali Forney Center helps homeless LGBTQ youth and is looking for clothes their clients could wear at work or to a job interview. We want the Ali…  Read More

New Season of Bizarre Foods Premieres January 31

All-American Road Trip In the all-new season of Bizarre Foods, I’m exploring America’s rich history and diverse cuisine along the country’s most famous historic routes. For me, traveling in the USA is all about the legendary trips that define our culture, from de Tocqueville to Huck Finn to Kesey’s Merry Pranksters. Our history can be defined by…  Read More

Rack of Pork Loin

10 Impressive Main Dishes for the Holidays

Holiday Menu Inspiration The best part of the holiday season is the time spent in the kitchen cooking special meals for family and friends. Here, I’ve gathered a few of my favorite recipes for main courses that are sure to impress, from a centerpiece roast to indulgent beef stroganoff. Feeding a crowd? Try the ham…  Read More

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Around the World with 12 Delicious Soups

Soup Recipes from Across the Globe I love the convenience, simplicity and versatility of a one pot meal. Need to use up last week’s vegetables? Make soup. Coming down with a cold? Matzoh ball soup cures everything. Feeding a crowd? Whip up a big pot of chili. There’s a soup for every occasion in every culture across the…  Read More

Braised Duck Legs

Andrew Zimmern’s Rosh Hashanah Menu

Recipes for Rosh Hashanah The two day celebration of Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection and repentance, but it probably doesn’t surprise you that my favorite part is the food. Here are a few of my best family recipes to help you ring in the new year. I know you’ll love them, whether you’re Jewish…  Read More

Amazing Dosas in Hyderabad, India

Street Food at Its Best Tune in for Andrew Zimmern’s Driven by Food: Hyderabad on Thursday, September 22 at 4|3c. India’s fourth largest city, Hyderabad is home to a diverse mix of cultures and an extraordinary, complex cuisine. From dosas to biryani to 400-year-old recipes renewed, Hyderabadis pride themselves on their food. Whether you’re looking for…  Read More

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Andrew Zimmern’s Easiest Indian Recipes to Make at Home

Exploring Indian Cuisine in Your Own Kitchen Insanely complex and varied, Indian food is one of my favorites. And while it can be intimidating for the home cook, these recipes are a cinch once your pantry is stocked with the right spices. From classic saag paneer to a fast weeknight vegetable curry, here are 8 Indian…  Read More

Berlin’s Best Cheap Eats

Where to Eat Doner Kebabs & Burgers in Kreuzberg No neighborhood exemplifies a city transformed quite like Kreuzberg. Located in the heart of Berlin and formerly surrounded on three sides by the Berlin Wall, this area was once one of city’s poorest and known to attract artists, punks, squatters and immigrants. Today, it’s one of…  Read More

Celebrate our Farm-to-School Community with a Free BBQ

 5th Annual Farm to School Community BBQ  The 5th Annual Farm to School Community BBQ is on September 22, 2016 from 4:30-7:00PM at the Culinary Center (812 North Plymouth Avenue, Minneapolis). The BBQ is a fun opportunity for students, families, and community members to meet the farmers who grow our food and the chefs who inspire the recipes! It’s a great…  Read More

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12 Meals the Whole Family Will Love

Back-To-School Recipes It’s September, the kids are in school and it’s time to get back into the routine of family dinners. If you’re looking for inspiration this fall, here are a few mainstays at the Zimmern household. I’ll admit, these are not all 30 minute recipes and some may take planning ahead. But, they’re all fairly easy and…  Read More

Where to Eat in Rio de Janeiro

My Top Restaurant Recommendations for Rio Rio de Janeiro has a beat all its own; it’s a city that moves you. From Sugarloaf Mountain to Copacabana Beach, it’s easy to see why Rio is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere. Cantinho das Concertinas The large CADEG market is filled with hundreds…  Read More

Caring4Girls: Keeping young girls in school

I received this note from a dear friend of mine, Cecile Raubenheimer. She’s participating in the Trek4Mandela to raise funds for a charity called Caring4Girls. It’s an amazing step towards helping young women in Africa. Read more about the initiative below, and support their expedition if you can. • • • Dear Friends, The time…  Read More

Morning, Noon & Night in Reykjavík

Where to Eat in Iceland’s Capitol By Devan Grimsrud Reykjavík is many things. It’s a port city, the capital and largest city in Iceland, and the northernmost capital in the world with a latitude of 64°08′ N (I would know as my only memento from the touristy gift shop was a magnet stating this very…  Read More

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16 New Year’s Eve Hor d’Oeuvres

Appetizers for a New Year’s Eve Bash Skip the pricey pre-fixe menus and over-crowded bars, and host your own New Year’s Eve soiree. There’s no better way to ring in the new year than a spread of finger foods and a house full of friends and family. Here are a few of my favorite hor d’oeuvres, from…  Read More

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Roasted Oysters with Fresh Cheese

Ristede østers med friskost By Darra Goldstein One of my favorite food memories is of walking out onto the mudflats on the island of Fanø on Denmark’s west coast, with my friend Eja and oysterman Jesper Voss on a chilly November morning. Jesper carries a permit to dig the thousands of oysters that poke up…  Read More

My Hometown: Michael Solomonov’s Philadelphia

Mike Solomonov’s Top Picks for Philly Highly regarded as one of the best chefs in Philadelphia—and I’d say in the entire country—Michael Solomonov’s Israeli food at the award-winning Zahav is beyond exquisite; it’s mind blowing. After he took a seemingly simple dish like hummus and elevated it to cult status, people started paying attention and the crowds have…  Read More