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Andrew Zimmern’s Best Game Day Recipes

15 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Football Season Few things excite me more than the prospect of a lazy Sunday spent hanging out with friends and family eating football couch chow. I love cooking for a crowd, rolling out different finger foods, hearty soups and snacks throughout the day. Here are some of my go-to recipes for…  Read More

Get Andrew’s Best 25 Recipes Digital Cookbook

From my grandmother’s split pea soup to pasta carbonara and sticky Chinese chicken wings, my FREE digital cookbook includes all of my best-loved recipes. This digital cookbook has a little bit of everything. Soups, salads and appetizers, plus game day snacks that are super-shareable, hearty weeknight meals and even a few special occasion items (hello,…

Download Andrew Zimmern’s Game Day Recipe Guide

Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Football Season Few things excite me more than the prospect of a lazy Sunday spent hanging out with friends and family watching football. I love cooking for a crowd, rolling out different finger foods, hearty soups and snacks throughout the day. Here are some of my go-to recipes for game day, from…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Grilling Guide

Download Andrew Zimmern’s Grilling Guide

It’s time to take your grilling game to the next level. Whether you’re a seasoned grill master or an amateur backyard barbecue enthusiast, a little inspiration for the season can’t hurt. Sign up for my newsletter and receive my free grilling guide, including exclusive recipes and tips for cooking with fire. Once your subscription is…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Super Bowl Recipes

My Best Game Day Recipes I love the traditional nacho and chicken wing spread, alongside dishes inspired by my travels—from fried chicken summer rolls to Baltimore-style crab cakes. If you’re really ambitious, go all out and construct the ultimate Super Bowl snackadium.   Fried Chicken Summer Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce They’re commonly filled with shrimp and roast…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Sticky Spicy Chicken Wings

Sticky Spicy Chicken Wings By Andrew Zimmern Of all the dishes I’ve tasted around the world, this is the one I’m happiest to have brought home and perfected in my own kitchen. Sticky, fatty, salty and sweet, the best versions of this recipe emulsify the chicken fat into the sauce as it reduces. They’re great…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Super Bowl Guide

My Best Super Bowl Recipes Of course I’m disappointed the Vikings won’t be winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy on their home turf, but I am thankful for an amazing season and ready to welcome the world to Minnesota for Super Bowl 52 and the best week of events in NFL history. If you didn’t score tickets…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Brisket Nachos Recipe

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Brisket Nachos

Brisket Nachos with Tomatillo-Avocado Salsa By Andrew Zimmern One of the easiest and most satisfying ways to utilize leftover brisket is to make a big platter of these insanely delicious nachos. Your friends will go crazy when you put these out on game day with a pitcher of margaritas…. be prepared to make a second…  Read More

Memorial-Day-Barbecue|Cucumber Mint Lemonade|Lavender-Lemonade Kombucha|Grilled Sweet Onion & Arugula Salad with Grana Padana|Corn & Green Tomato Salad|Fried Chicken & Watermelon Salad|Classic Buttermilk Fried Chicken|Pineapple-Glazed Baby Back Ribs|New Orleans-Style Barbecue Shrimp

The Best Recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue

15 recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue From grilled salads and classic fried chicken to easy homemade baked beans and an ultra-moist angel food cake, here are 15 ways to welcome summer.   • 7 Easy Tips for Grilling • Grills Gone Wild • Up Your Salsa Game    

One Pot Sticky Chicken Wings

18 Recipes for Super Bowl Sunday

Game Day Snacks & Soups I’m a huge football fan, and love any excuse I can find to veg out on the couch with family and indulge in my favorite finger foods and one-pot meals. And even if your hometown team didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, I’ll bet you still need some snack…  Read More

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12 Game Day Recipes

The Best Sunday Couch Chow Few things excite me more than the prospect of a lazy football Sunday spent hanging out with friends and family. I love cooking for a crowd, rolling out different finger foods, hearty soups and snacks throughout the day. Here are some of my go-tos, always sure to please the masses…  Read More

Go Fork Yourself: Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday Touchdown! On this week’s Go Fork Yourself, find out what Andrew serves on game day, who Andrew and Molly will be cheering on in the Super Bowl, and why Andrew is pro-Beyoncé. Plus, they talk about The Taste and the Yelp reviewer card. For Andrew’s Super Bowl recipes, look here. Questions We…  Read More

Go Fork Yourself: Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday Touchdown! On this week’s Go Fork Yourself, find out what Andrew serves on game day, who Andrew and Molly will be cheering on in the Super Bowl, and why Andrew is pro-Beyoncé. Plus, they talk about The Taste and the Yelp reviewer card. For Andrew’s Super Bowl recipes, look here. Questions We…  Read More

Super Bowl Recipes

A Game-Day Recipe Round-Up Even if you can’t get behind the 49ers or the Ravens, who doesn’t love an excuse to laze on the couch and chow down on finger foods, a hearty bowl of chili or Wisconsin-style mac n’ cheese. You’ll find some of my favorite recipes on this list, from appetizers and wings…  Read More

Super Bowl Recipes

A Game-Day Recipe Round-Up Even if you can’t get behind the 49ers or the Ravens, who doesn’t love an excuse to laze on the couch and chow down on finger foods, a hearty bowl of chili or Wisconsin-style mac n’ cheese. You’ll find some of my favorite recipes on this list, from appetizers and wings…  Read More

Best Cookbooks of 2015

The Best Cookbooks of the Year It seems each year there are more incredible cookbooks published than the last; it’s a tough job to whittle down the lengthy list into a handful of my favorites. This year in particular, there are several noteworthy debuts, like Aaron Franklin’s meat smoking manifesto, Michael Solomonov’s ode to Israeli cuisine,…  Read More

2015 James Beard Foundation Award Winners

Congratulations JBF Award Winners! As always, I had a fantastic time at the annual James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious awards ceremony honoring professionals in the food and beverage biz. I’m so proud to be a part of this amazing organization that works hard on education, agriculture issues, food insecurity and hunger relief. You…  Read More

5 Questions: Matt and Ted Lee

Cookbook Gurus Brothers Matt and Ted Lee grew up in Charleston, South Carolina but attended colleges in Massachusetts. They so missed the foods from back home that they founded The Lee Bros. Boiled Peanuts Catalogue, a mail-order Southern food company. When an editor of Travel + Leisure magazine asked them to write a story about road-tripping their home state…  Read More

5 Questions: Tom Mylan of the Meat Hook

Whole Animal Butchery Without the Self-Congratulatory B.S. Tom Mylan is a butcher. Not because it’s trending, but because no one else in his company wanted to do it. Seven years after launching Marlow & Sons’ local meat program, the largely self-taught meat man is running one of the best butcher shops—The Meat Hook—in New York,…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Butter Poached Shrimp

Hastings-Style Shrimp

A Game Changing Cooking Technique By Andrew Zimmern OK, so I was with Hot and Hot Fish Club’s amazing chef Chris Hastings, standing in his Birmingham, Alabama, restaurant kitchen and eating my way through his mise en place about an hour before service. He hated me. But before I left, he fed me some shrimp and grits,…  Read More

Bizarre Tailgating

Try These at Your Next Tailgate Everyone has a go-to meal that fits right into the hearty, crowd-pleasing football food category. Some rely on hot wings and fall comfort-classics like chili and stew, others may boldly roast a whole steer head to make killer barbacoa tacos or light a kerosene-soaked fire for a fish boil. From…  Read More

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New York City Wine & Food Festival

My Demo Recipes from NYCWFF 2013 I’m honored to take part in this year’s New York City Wine & Food Festival. You can find me at Jets + Chefs: The Ultimate Tailgate where chefs and former New York Jets players will be passing out samples and demonstrating amped-up game day cuisine. On Sunday, I’ll be…  Read More

5 Questions: Jason Wang

Obsessed with Entrepreneurship Jason Wang has brought renewed energy and killer business acumen to his father’s acclaimed Xi’an Famous Foods, a string of casual yet highly-regarded restaurants in NYC serving the authentic cuisine of China’s Shaanxi province. The family-run empire is a result of old world techniques (his father, David Shi, is an incredible chef who…  Read More

5 Questions: David Lebovitz

Living the Sweet Life in Paris A veteran pastry chef who spent 13 years working for Alice Waters at Berkley’s famed Chez Panisse, David Lebovitz has written six cookbooks including the best-selling The Perfect Scoop and The Sweet Life in Paris (stay tuned for the upcoming My Paris Kitchen, due out in 2014). After choosing the expat life in Paris…  Read More

5 Questions: Raghavan Iyer

Indian Cooking in a Midwestern Kitchen Raghavan Iyer’s new cookbook, Indian Cuisine Unfolded, opens up the world of Indian cuisine for the American home cook by recreating some of his favorite dishes with ingredients found in the typical American grocery store. The Bombay native also narrated a Twin Cities Public Television documentary called Asian Flavors based on…  Read More

5 Questions: Hank Shaw

Hunter, Angler, Gardener, Cook Hank Shaw’s James Beard award-winning blog, Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, documents his adventures hunting, gathering and cooking with editorials and recipes that expound his admirable, back-to-nature philosophy – we need to take ownership of the food we eat by buying, hunting, foraging and consuming honest ingredients. The former line cook and…  Read More

5 Questions: Sally Sampson

Advocate for Healthy Kids Already an accomplished cookbook author and entrepreneur, Sally Sampson decided she wanted to address obesity by inspiring kids to cook and eat real food. In 2010, she launched ChopChop, a nonprofit quarterly magazine that features nutritious recipes, as well as food-related fun facts and games, and in 2013 ChopChop was named Publication of…  Read More

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Pork & Black Bean Chili

My Game-Day Specialty When I invite the guys over to watch football, I like to roast a ham or a few birds and lay out some buns and mustard, and I always serve this chili. I leave it next to the fireplace, so the pot stays warm, and let everyone help themselves. I put out bowls…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More