This dish of delicate veal, butter and more butter, cream and carrots consistently ranks in the top ten when the French are surveyed about their favorite dishes. This recipe comes from author Alexander Lobrano, who wrote about the dish for our 150th issue.
A Cape Town specialty and one of South Africa's best-known dishes, bobotie is a comforting dish of beef or lamb mixed with chutney and and milk-soaked bread, topped with a custard of egg and milk, and baked until it's golden on top.
This stuffed, fried chile, a specialty of Julín Contreras of Restaurante Pueblo Mio in the town of Tehuantepec, in southeastern Oaxaca state, has a sumptuous ground beef filling dotted with olives and raisins.
Succulent tacos, spicy salsas, and slow-simmered rice and beans—these classic Mexican dishes are some of what we love most about the country's cuisine. Gather friends to savor the summer with cool and creamy avocado soup, pan-fried crabs smothered in a smoky chipotle sauce, juicy carne asada tacos, frosty margaritas, and more.
Infused with smoky guajillo chiles, this nourishing, slow-cooked stew is usually made with various tough cuts of beef, but we found oxtails to be the most flavorful choice. Served with rice, this dish is a favorite meal across Mexico.
The Brazilian island of Marajó, where the Amazon meets the Atlantic, harbors flavors that just don't exist elsewhere in Brazil. With cilantro, chiles, plantains and bananas, and an abundance of fresh seafood, bring a taste of Marajó into your home with this menu for a festive dinner party.