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Cheesy Artichoke Dip with Preserved Lemons and Harissa
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Cheesy Artichoke Dip with Preserved Lemons and Harissa

This Moroccan-inspired take on the old-school appetizer is anything but bland.

By BENJAMIN KEMPER
Veal
Culture

Veal’s Reputation Is Complicated—And Worth Reassessing

From the dairy farms of Maine to the beef cattle pastures of Kentucky, ethically raised rose veal is introducing the long-stigmatized meat to a new generation.

By KEITH PANDOLFI
Milk Bar
Culture

How to Take a Milk Bar Crawl Through Krakow

These history-soaked canteens serve Polish comfort food with a hefty side of nostalgia.

By JOE BAUR
Eau de Vie
Culture

Welcome to the New Era of Eau de Vie

A schnapps expert shares her top five bottles with unexpected flavor profiles from ginger to guava.

By WANDA MANN

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Japan Spotlight

Meet the Makers Preserving the Past in Nara
Culture

Meet the Makers Preserving the Past in Nara

From hand-rolled tea to preserved persimmons, artisans in this ancient Japanese city are bringing their generations-old crafts into the future.

By MEGAN ZHANG
18 Essential Japanese Recipes to Cook Right Now
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18 Essential Japanese Recipes to Cook Right Now

From ramen and yakitori to tempura and tsukune, here’s how to make all your favorites at home.

By SAVEUR EDITORS
This Cookbook Will Help You Create Your Own Japanese Izakaya Experience
Culture

This Cookbook Will Help You Create Your Own Japanese Izakaya Experience

“Rintaro” has the same mission as its namesake restaurant in San Francisco: do it right.

By JESSICA CARBONE

Travel

Best Restaurant Charleston
Culture

Where to Dine in Charleston, According to a Local

Because these days, South Carolina’s favorite food town is about much more than blue crabs and barbecue.

By STEPHANIE BURT
Taste of Samarkand
Culture

How to Eat Your Way Through Queens, New York

The borough I’ve called home for decades is brimming with fascinating food finds, from Georgian khachapuri to Nepalese momos to Mexican tortas.

By ANYA VON BREMZEN
The Hottest Restaurants and Bars to Try in Barcelona Right Now
Culture

The Hottest Restaurants and Bars to Try in Barcelona Right Now

An insider reveals where locals are flocking for futuristic cocktails, pitch-perfect seafood, and tourist-free tapas.

By PAUL RICHARDSON
Hotel Cafe Royal
Culture

Where to Stay in London If You Want to Eat Like Royalty

These 12 hotels have such exceptional food (and drink), you may never step outside.

By WILL HAWKES
Besan Cheela (Chickpea Pancakes)
Recipes

Besan Cheela (Chickpea Pancakes)

Spiced with cumin and fresh turmeric, these crisp-edged Indian pancakes are perfect for savory breakfast lovers.

By ROMY GILL
Creamy Gochujang Noodles
Recipes

Creamy Gochujang Chicken Noodles

Fermented chile paste cuts the richness in this best-of-both-worlds pasta that fuses fettuccine Alfredo and Korean buldak.

By GARY YEUNG
Thai Fried Chicken
Recipes

Thai Fried Chicken

Straight from the street vendors of Hat Yai, kai thawt haat yai is served with crispy shallots, sticky rice, and a dynamite dipping sauce.

By AUSTIN BUSH
Mixed Seed Upside-Down Cake
Recipes

Mixed Seed Upside-Down Cake

Caramelized fennel, poppy, pumpkin, and sunflower seeds create a crunchy topping for this orange-scented olive oil cake.

By ALEX TESTERE

The Future of Food

Picky eating without diamond earring.
Culture

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Picky Eaters

Turns out, respecting bodily autonomy is more important than being adventurous.

By BETSY ANDREWS
Farm to Lunar Table
Culture

Farm to Lunar Table: How Astronauts Are Eating Today

To prepare for upcoming years-long voyages, NASA has a new game plan for getting fresh food to the moon and beyond.

By KITTY GREENWALD
best political cookbooks
Culture

Cookbooks Have Always Been Political—Whether Readers Knew It or Not

For these authors, cooking isn’t just an escape—it’s an inherently political act.

By JESSICA CARBONE
Weed Grows Wild in the Land of the Gods
Culture

In Remote Northern India, Weed Isn’t a Trend—It’s a Way of Life

High in the mountains of Uttarakhand, cannabis has been a culinary fixture for centuries.

By ARBAB ALI & NADEEM SARWAR

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Artichokes
Recipes

Jacques Pépin’s Artichokes Helen

Cream, tarragon, and brandied mushrooms come together in this old-school French recipe perfected by the culinary legend.

By JACQUES PÉPIN
Hong Shao Ji Tui (Red-Braised Chicken Legs)
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Hong Shao Ji Tui (Red-Braised Chicken Legs)

Soy sauce and rice wine liven up drumsticks in this succulent Chinese main.

By GARY YEUNG
Oyakodon (Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl)
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Oyakodon (Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl)

This comforting dish of tender chicken and soft-cooked eggs over rice is a staple of Japanese home cooking and the izakaya tradition.

By SYLVAN MISHIMA BRACKETT
Spaghetti All'Assassina
Recipes

Spaghetti all’Assassina (‘Killer’ Spaghetti)

This is the best recipe on the internet for the spicy, crunchy tomato pasta from Bari, Italy that’s taken the food world by storm.

By DAN PASHMAN

Gems from the Archive

Japanese Tempura Is Our New Favorite Dinner Party Project
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Japanese Tempura Is Our New Favorite Dinner Party Project

Gather around the stove and turn the best of your summer bounty into a battered-and-fried, eat-as-you-go feast

By NANCY SINGLETON HACHISU
James Edisto Mitchell in Paris, 1950
Culture

My Father’s French Onion Soup

Postwar France had a lifelong effect on my father—both as an artist and a cook.

By SHANE MITCHELL
Green Almonds How to cook
Culture

Green Almonds Are the Super-Seasonal Taste of Spring to Eat Right Now

The tart green pods are only around for a few short weeks. Here’s how to cook with them.

By KRISTY MUCCI
How to Make Pozole, Mexico’s Greatest Party Food
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How to Make Pozole, Mexico’s Greatest Party Food

Fortified with hominy, chiles, and often myriad pig parts, pozole is a celebratory dish in Mexico and beyond

By MAX FALKOWITZ
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