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Andrew Zimmern's Pickled Mushrooms

Quick Pickled Mushrooms

Pickled Golden Chanterelles & Morels By Andrew Zimmern Marinovannye Griby are pickled mushrooms in Russian, and until I spent time in St. Petersburg a few years ago, I never would have told you to pickle chanterelles and morels, but I’m telling you…do it. These days, with access to farmers markets and foragers these mushrooms are…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Pickled Jalapenos

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Pickled Jalapenos

Quick Pickled Jalapenos By Andrew Zimmern Trade in your jarred jalapeno rings for this super easy quick pickle. Trust me, they’re far superior to their store bought counterpart. I always have a stash of homemade pickled jalapenos in the fridge for use on sandwiches, nachos, scrambled eggs, chili and stew, tacos, burritos, or alongside grilled…  Read More

Family Meal Nashville|

Recipes Inspired by Bizarre Foods

Starting with episode one, Bizarre Foods has been all about increasing our capacity for patience, tolerance and understanding by studying food in other cultures. That’s why we put a family meal in every single show we make, because all of us can relate to sitting down to a meal with our family members. We can relate, even if we don’t…  Read More

Fish in Chili Sauce

Fish in Chili Sauce

Fish in Chili Sauce By Kei Lum and Diora Fong Chan Recipe from China: The Cookbook by Kei Lum and Diora Fong Chan.

Cold Korean Noodle Soup|Cold Korean Noodle Soup

Culinary Literacy, Korea: Iced Noodles with Chiles & Poached Beef

Cold Korean Noodle Soup By Andrew Zimmern Korean mul naengmyun (also called mul naengmyeon) has it all—tart and earthy, beefy and cold, all on a field of chewy noodles and slushy broth studded with green onion and pickled radish. Naengmyun means “cold noodles” in English, and refers to chilled Korean dishes made of long, thin noodles. Mul-naengmyun, is served in…  Read More

Taste Atlas: Johannesburg

Devour Johannesburg A lively and diverse city, Johannesburg—known by locals as Jozi, Jo’Burg or Joeys—is the largest city in South Africa. With a history chock full of crime and decay, the city’s future is heading in a different direction. An influx of creative energy has tourists eager to visit and the city is coming back…  Read More

Taste Atlas: London’s Best Fine Dining

Devour London 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 the globe, there…  Read More

Beet Pickles

Beet Pickles

Real Minnesota Farmhouse Food By Andrew Zimmern These beet pickles are simply the best. Don’t throw the brine away when the jar no longer has beets in it. Core and slice a hard, crisp apple. Bring to a simmer in the brine, return to the jar and refrigerate for a day and you will have…  Read More

5 Questions: Jamie Bissonnette

Nose-to-Tail Icon Chef Jamie Bissonnette gained notoriety for his soulful food, innovative style and pork proficiency at his Boston restaurants, Coppa and Toro. Last fall, Bissonnette brought his incredible tapas menu to Manhattan when he opened a second Toro with business partner and fellow empire builder Ken Oringer. As we predicted, New Yorkers are just as infatuated as Bostonians with…  Read More

Ishikawa

The Ultimate Japanese Kaiseki Meal By Bob & Sue One of Tokyo’s greatest Michelin 3 star chefs, Hideki Ishikawa features a creative tasting menu with natural umami savory flavors in every course. Among the many highlights were an unusual mackerel dumpling soup made from the bones and head of the fish, accented by ginger and…  Read More

Aubergine

Creme of Carmel By Bob & Sue  The best restaurant in the greater Pebble Beach area may be Aubergine in the L’Auberge Carmel. Charlie Trotter trained chef Justin Cogley delivers highly creative dishes ranging from a Kumamoto oyster amuse with cucumber jelly and yuzu foam to Monterey Bay abalone paired with pickled sea lettuce, alba…  Read More

Aubergine

Creme of Carmel By Bob & Sue  The best restaurant in the greater Pebble Beach area may be Aubergine in the L’Auberge Carmel. Charlie Trotter trained chef Justin Cogley delivers highly creative dishes ranging from a Kumamoto oyster amuse with cucumber jelly and yuzu foam to Monterey Bay abalone paired with pickled sea lettuce, alba…  Read More