While writing his book Planet Barbecue! (Workman, 2010), Steven Raichlen traveled across six continents and 53 countries in search of the best flame-cooked foods on earth. Here, in no particular order, are his 12 favorite grill joints in the world.
Fried dough is a universal delight, and around the world, it comes in all shapes and guises, be it round or oblong, raised or flat, cooked in oil or simmered in ghee, filled with just about anything or simply dough through and through.
Every 1.5 seconds, somewhere on the planet, a Tupperware party is thrown; nearly $2.6 billion dollars' worth of Tupperware is sold annually in more than 100 markets worldwide. By the numbers alone, the kitchenware company that New Hampshire inventor Earl Tupper founded in 1946 displays its reach. Take a closer look at Tupperware's trajectory, and you can chart the past half-century of kitchen culture in the U.S. and beyond.