Tag: beef

The Zimmern List New Orleans: R&O Restaurant

Po’ Boys at R&O Restaurant There is no city in the world like New Orleans. Its history, culture and cuisine truly make it a magical and captivating place. From muffuletta sandwiches at Central Grocery to oysters Rockefeller at Galatoire’s, even the most touristy restaurants are irresistible. On my last visit, I discovered a new favorite…  Read More

Delicious Bowls of Authentic Vietnamese Beef Pho

Pho 79 As the cold weather settles in, all I’m craving is a steaming bowl of pho with rich, flavorful beef broth. Lucky for me, the Twin Cities are a pho-lover’s paradise. And in a town chock-full of great Vietnamese restaurants, it’s difficult to name the best, so I won’t go there. What I can…  Read More

Amazing 2-Inch Thick Ribeye Steaks from Peterson Farms

The Best Thing I Ate Last Week By Andrew Zimmern The best thing I ate last week was dinner on Saturday night. Tomato and feta salad, crispy twice-cooked potatoes with thyme from the garden, and these amazing grass-fed, corn finished 2-inch thick ribeye steaks from Peterson Farms cows. Peterson’s raise Limousin cattle exclusively on their…  Read More

Kitchen Experiments: Sous Vide Beef Tenderloin

Sous Vide Cooking at Home By Madeleine Hill Look, I’m not Andrew Zimmern, but I do work for him (both a blessing and a curse). I love to cook, but I didn’t go to culinary school. Two years ago, I turned a hobby into a salaried job when I started testing Andrew’s recipes for Food & Wine…  Read More

Shashlik on Kirova

Amazing Shashlik in Almaty In Kazakhstan’s biggest city, there are hundreds of places to eat shashlik (grilled skewered meats), but the best we found were at the extremely popular Shashlik on Kirova. The level of attention and care that went into this food was unreal. The owner oversees every part of the process, starting with…  Read More

Matzoh Ball Soup|||Dill-Marinated Herring

Passover Recipes

My Seder Traditions For the uninformed, the Passover seder is a ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is held at sundown on the 14th day of Nissan in the Hebrew calendar and on the 15th by observant Jews living outside Israel. It’s basically Thanksgiving for Jews, and it’s…  Read More

Matzoh Ball Soup|||Dill-Marinated Herring

Passover Recipes

My Seder Traditions For the uninformed, the Passover seder is a ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It is held at sundown on the 14th day of Nissan in the Hebrew calendar and on the 15th by observant Jews living outside Israel. It’s basically Thanksgiving for Jews, and it’s…  Read More

Kau Kee

A Noodle Shop With a Serious Cult Following If I had only one meal in all of Hong Kong, it would be at Kau Kee. It’s a legendary 100-year-old institution, popular with locals, travelers and anyone in-the-know – and it’s my favorite place in town. The small, always crowded dive has one specialty: braised beef…  Read More

Kau Kee

A Noodle Shop With a Serious Cult Following If I had only one meal in all of Hong Kong, it would be at Kau Kee. It’s a legendary 100-year-old institution, popular with locals, travelers and anyone in-the-know – and it’s my favorite place in town. The small, always crowded dive has one specialty: braised beef…  Read More