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Andrew Zimmern's French Onion Soup

The Best French Onion Soup

Gratinée des Halles By Andrew Zimmern In 1992, I started work at a French bistro in Minneapolis that for the longest time served the best onion soup I ever tasted. Here is that recipe. It’s redesigned for the home cook in only one way: the stock. In the restaurant we were able to make a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Summer Recipes for the 4th of July

My Best Recipes for 4th of July There’s no better way to celebrate the holiday (and my birthday) than relaxing with family, hanging out by the grill and enjoying fresh summer produce. Here are a few of my favorite recipes, from all-American cookout classics like barbecue chicken and baked beans, to picnic perfect salads and a…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Fresh Ham for Easter

Andrew Zimmern’s Best Easter Recipes

15 Foolproof Easter Recipes Here are a few of my favorite Easter recipes, from brunch classics like quiche lorraine to an easy rustic crumble for dessert. Try the ham with madeira-cider glaze or rack of pork loin with mustard and apricots—both make for lovely centerpiece roasts.   Frittata Rustica with Mixed Vegetables & Manchego If…  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

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Andrew Zimmern’s Best Burger Recipes

My Favorite Burger Recipes The hamburger is a cultural constant in this country, the most iconic of American foods. It’s proletariat, it’s a kids meal, it’s high-end luxury food. And it’s one of my favorite things to eat. Whether the grill is fired up or you’re griddling indoors, it’s time to perfect those burger-making skills.…  Read More

Tomato Soup with Cheese Toastie

Roasted Tomato Soup with Grilled Cheese Toasties

The Ultimate Roasted Tomato Soup By Andrew Zimmern Nothing hits the spot more on a chilly day than dipping grilled cheese into tomato soup. In this recipe, I take the classic pairing to the next level—adding prosciutto, tomatoes and caramelized onions to the cheesy sandwiches and slow-roasted tomatoes to the soup for an intensified, rich flavor.

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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

Andrew Zimmern's Potato Leek Soup

Potato and Leek Soup

A Favorite Fall Soup By Andrew Zimmern Potato and leek soup was what Louis Diat cooked one cold summer morning at the Ritz in NYC over a century ago because he had a lot of it as a child. The soup was left in the fridge all day, spun, strained, creamed and turned into vichyssoise. It…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Crab Cakes

Top 5 Most Popular Recipes

My Most Popular Recipes Ever From addictive sticky chicken wings to the most perfect key lime pie I’ve ever tasted, here are five tried-and-true recipes that I make all of the time. Turns out, you all love them as much as I do.   1. One-Pot Chinese Chicken Wings I first had this dish in…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Grilling Recipes

Andrew Zimmern’s 4th of July Menu

My Best Recipes for 4th of July There’s no better way to celebrate America’s independence (and my birthday) than relaxing with family, hanging out by the grill and enjoying fresh summer produce. Here are a few of my top July 4th recipes, from all-American cook out classics like barbecue chicken and baked beans, to picnic perfect…  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 Berry Trifle

Andrew Zimmern’s Comprehensive 4th of July Recipe Guide

Recipes for a 4th of July Party There’s no better way to celebrate America’s independence (and my birthday) than relaxing with family, hanging out by the grill and noshing on fresh summer produce. Here are a few of my top picks, from beef ribs and baked beans, to simple side salads and a classic angel food cake—my annual…  Read More

Rack of Pork Loin

Andrew Zimmern’s Guide to Easter Brunching

Easter Recipe Round-Up Here are a few of my favorite recipes for the spring holiday, from brunch classics like quiche lorraine to a make-ahead orange and caramel flan for dessert. Need to feed a crowd of hungry relatives? Try the ham with madeira-cider glaze or rack of pork loin with mustard and apricots—both make for lovely…  Read More

All the Food Worth Trying at the Minnesota State Fair

We tasted new food at the Minnesota State Fair – here’s our take. By AndrewZimmern.com Staff Tasked with sampling a slew of new foods at the State Fair, we skipped breakfast and headed out early Thursday morning with empty stomachs and open minds. There were pleasant surprises (maple bacon shaved ice!), a few safe bets (anything with…  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

Taste Atlas: Munich

Devour Munich The capital of Bavaria, Munich is full of impressive architecture, world-class art, and prosperous industries. Home of Germany’s renowned Oktoberfest celebration, there’s a lot more to Munich than huge beer gardens and lederhosen. Bike through the old town, visit Frauenkirche, and indulge in various Bavarian meals that you simply can’t find outside of this region. From…  Read More

Taste Atlas: Dubai

Devour Dubai Dubai is the wealthiest and most populous of the seven United Arab Emirates. In just two short decades, it’s grown into a modern metropolis with man-made islands, shopping centers with indoor ski slopes and the world’s tallest skyscraper. But scratch beneath the surface and you’ll find a vibrant melting pot of immigrants, merging…  Read More

Casual Dining in Napa Valley

In the Valley By Bob & Sue With “food churches” Meadowood and The French Laundry temporarily closed, we enjoyed comfort food at many of Napa’s popular restaurants:     Cindy Pawlcyn’s  Mustards Grill (Yountville) and Cindy’s Backstreet Kitchen (St. Helena) define modern California cuisine in fun environments with wonderful soups, a wide variety of appetizers, and innovative tweaks to the…  Read More

A Magical Weekend in Chicago

From the culinary adventures of Bob & Sue By Bob & Sue We enjoyed three spectacular dinners and several memorable lunches from the best of Chicago: Grace Both the Fauna and Flora tasting menus  included a number of dazzling presentations from a highly-trained kitchen staff. Among the highlights were Alaskan king crab in cucumber juice with…  Read More

Only in Minnesota

#OnlyinMN I’m constantly traveling around the world, but there is no place I would rather be than my home state, Minnesota. What makes the land of 10,000 lakes so great? Check out just some of my favorites things to do only in Minnesota. MINNESOTA STATE FAIR I love the Minnesota State Fair so much that I try…  Read More

Six Cancun Restaurants That Don’t Suck

Spring Break Recommendations By Molly Mogren This spring breaker’s paradise is known for its foam parties, American chain restaurants and all-inclusive hotels. However, this city is finally growing up, with fantastic dining options to match. If you’re looking to dine on something other than a bloomin’ onion at Outback, hit up any of these excellent…  Read More

5 Questions: Richard Rosendale

Prepping For an Opportunity of a Lifetime Richard Rosendale, executive chef of the historic Greenbrier resort, is no stranger to cooking competitions as a crowned victor of more than 40. This January he will lead Team USA at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, a biannual international competition where the best of the best gather for…  Read More

5 Questions: Richard Rosendale

Prepping For an Opportunity of a Lifetime Richard Rosendale, executive chef of the historic Greenbrier resort, is no stranger to cooking competitions as a crowned victor of more than 40. This January he will lead Team USA at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, a biannual international competition where the best of the best gather for…  Read More