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Andrew Zimmern's Beef Stew recipe

The Best One-Pot Beef Stew

Daube de Boeuf with Belgian Ale By Andrew Zimmern Winter in Minnesota. End of story. We know a thing or two about cold-weather comfort food, especially a one-pot rock star beef stew that will warm you from the inside out. This is “food with a hug” at its best. On the technical side, it’s simple.…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Beef Stew

Beef Stew By Andrew Zimmern Living in Minnesota, I know a thing or two about cold-weather comfort food. This one-pot rock star beef stew is in heavy rotation all season long at my house, it’ll warm you from the inside out. This is “food with a hug” at its best. On the technical side, it’s…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Beef Stroganoff

The Best Beef Stroganoff

Traditional Beef Stroganoff with Fingerlings By Andrew Zimmern Many Americans associate beef stroganoff with a gloppy school cafeteria lunch or a Betty Crocker slow cooker meal. But this recipe, made with beef tenderloin and flavorful mushrooms, will blow you away. It follows the flavor profile of a traditional Russian stroganoff, a creamy sauce rich with beef…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Spanish-style Beef Stew

PALEO HACK: Beef Stew from Pamplona

Estofado de Carne, Paleo-style By Andrew Zimmern Only a few minor tweaks make this satisfying & flavorful Spanish-style beef stew a reliable paleo option. The addition of currants, capers and pine nuts give this stew a sweet-nutty-saltiness that compliments the rich beef. It’s a simple, one-pot meal that’s deeply comforting. If you’re sticking to the Whole30/paleo…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern cooks Ma's Muthia

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Muthia Dumplings

Ma’s Muthia This recipe is from our Grandmother’s Best Recipe Contest winner Surtida S. Her grandmother combined her Indian roots with Tanzanian flavors to create this incredible dish of millet flour dumplings braised in a tomato-and coconut-infused sauce chock-full of vegetables and aromatic spices. The smell and flavor of this recipe is intoxicating. “One of…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Coq au Vin

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Coq Au Vin

Coq Au Vin By Andrew Zimmern A traditional French stew, coq au vin is a rich red wine-braised chicken dish that’s easy enough for a weeknight meal, yet elegant and impressive for a dinner party or holiday meal. This recipe is so good I would serve it to chef Daniel Boulud without flinching. I often…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for meatloaf

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Meatloaf

My Grandmother’s Meatloaf By Andrew Zimmern This is a hearty meatloaf of beef, pork and veal studded with flavorful vegetables. Just like my grandmother, I like to put one slice of bacon on the bottom of the loaf pan to aromatize the dish, and another on top to baste it while it cooks. If you’re on…  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

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

Andrew Zimmern's Beef Stew recipe

12 Ultimate Winter Comfort Foods

Dishes to Make This Winter Winter in Minnesota. End of story. If you live in a climate that’s impacted by bitter arctic air, you need cold weather comfort food recipes in your repertoire. Recipes that’ll warm you from the inside out; dishes that I consider “food with a hug.” Hearty and delicious, here are 12 ways to get through…  Read More

Taste Atlas: Buenos Aires

Devour Buenos Aires A Latin American city heavy with European influences, Buenos Aires is the best of both worlds. Equally confident and classy, there’s no question why it’s the most visited South American city. A unique cultural life thrives here, from the old-timey cafes, European architecture and bustling streets to the devoted soccer fans and…  Read More

My Hometown: Jose Enrique’s San Juan

Jose Enrique’s Top Picks for San Juan Jose Enrique is one of the biggest names in Puerto Rican cuisine. Two years ago, he became the first Puerto Rican honored as one of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs, and in 2013 and 2014 he was a semi-finalist for the James Beard Foundation Best Chef South award. Enrique’s…  Read More

Taste Atlas: London’s Casual Side

Devour London on a Budget A global hub of history, finance, fashion and food, London is incredibly accessible, reliable and popular for tourists. As England’s capital grows increasingly diverse, so do the culinary offerings. From high-end Michelin-rated tasting menus and an influx of chef-driven gastropubs to roaming food trucks and amazing ethnic food from around…  Read More

Where to Eat Korean Food in Los Angeles

A Mecca of Korean Cuisine Over the past decade, Los Angeles has become as famous for its food as it is for its celebrity sightings. It is also home to the country’s largest Korean population, and with them came incredible, authentic Korean cuisine in all shapes and sizes. Here are a few restaurants that won’t disappoint…  Read More

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15 Back-To-School Recipes

Family-Friendly Meal Inspiration It’s that time of year again. Summer is coming to a close, kids are going back to school, time to get back into the routine of family dinners. So I dug through the archives to find recipes for my family’s favorite meals, and while these are especially appropriate for fall, I bet…  Read More

5 Questions: Melissa Joulwan

Eat Clean. Live Loud. Melissa Joulwan is a badass. A retired Texas Rollergirl, Mel J has a serious thing for friendly competition, the band Social Disortion and cooking up a storm. In 2008, she launched her blog, Clothes Make the Girl, which kinda started out as a lifestyle/style site and eventually became one of the…  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

5 Questions: Ardie Davis

Kansas City’s Barbecue Guru Ardie Davis, PhB (doctorate in barbecue philosophy), founded the American Royal BBQ Sauce, Rub and Baste Contest, has written nine barbecue cookbooks and is a backyard meat-smokin’ professional. We chat with Ardie about the country’s best barbecue, the competition trail and tips for championship-quality ribs. For your own taste, head to the American…  Read More

5 Questions: Ardie Davis

Kansas City’s Barbecue Guru Ardie Davis, PhB (doctorate in barbecue philosophy), founded the American Royal BBQ Sauce, Rub and Baste Contest, has written nine barbecue cookbooks and is a backyard meat-smokin’ professional. We chat with Ardie about the country’s best barbecue, the competition trail and tips for championship-quality ribs. For your own taste, head to the American…  Read More