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This tart-sweet relish, which makes use of a bumper crop of late-summer produce, is the perfect condiment.
The brightly colored and intensely fruity Andean pepper known as ají amarillo gives this traditional stew a bold but nuanced character.
These chiles add tartness and heat to everything from tacos to scrambled eggs.
Stirring in the parsley, radishes, scallions, and celery at the last minute, after the potatoes have cooled, ensures a crisp, tangy salad.
A kind of magic happens in the making of pommes soufflées, a specialty of the ‘21’ Club in New York City.
A brief rinse under cold water rids raw potato chips of excess starch that might otherwise cause them to stick together in the frying oil.
John Greeley, the chef at the ‘21’ Club in New York City, grinds beef chuck and beef round with a couple of tablespoons of duck fat to make this tasty burger.
This burger, created by the chef Hubert Keller, is an adaptation of the French dish known as tournedos rossini: filet mignon with foie gras and truffles.
Dashi is an all-purpose savory stock that’s used in Japan to flavor many kinds of foods.
Most mandolines come with a julienne attachment that will produce perfect, quick-frying shoestrings every time.
Sweet and hot peppers lend intense flavor to this ceviche.
Over-the-top burgers like this one—topped with a fried egg, pickled beets, and pineapple rings—are popular in Australia.
Flavored with shallots and black truffles, these buns fancy up any burger.
Umami, a savory taste associated with foods like aged cheese and mushrooms, is the signature flavor of this delicious condiment, which is served at the LA restaurant Umami Burger.
You can find variations on this delicious burger, which consists of ground beef and spicy chorizo topped with crunchy fried potatoes, in Cuban-American communities all over Miami.