Crêpes stuffed with fromage blanc and maple syrup are topped with stewed blueberries, strawberries, and peaches at Heartbeet Lifesharing, a community for developmentally disabled adults in Hardwick, Vermont. See the recipe for Crazy Day Crêpes ». Corey Hendrickson
Every minute, somewhere in the world, a great meal is happening. Our May 2014 special issue gathered these food moments—from early-morning crêpes to late-night spaghetti and every bite in between. From Japanese-style ahi tataki in Honolulu to a late-night fridge raid for meatloaf sandwiches in Scarsdale to cocktails from Berlin, here is every recipe from Issue 165: A Day in Food.
The chicken for this Japanese homestyle dish is traditionally coated in mochiko, sweet rice flour, before frying, but cooks at Ethel’s Grill in Honolulu, Hawaii, use Japanese potato starch to yield an extra-crispy crust. See the recipe for Mochiko Chicken with Ponzu Sauce »
The recipe for this take on the classic Mexican egg, bean, and tortilla dish—a favorite weekend breakfast of Mel Brooks—comes from chef Alejo Grijalva of Brentwood, California’s Kay ‘n Dave’s restaurant.
The long, tender gourd loofah, often called Chinese okra, is stir-fried with soybeans in chicken stock and finished with soy sauce for this simple but flavorful side dish from the Suzhou province in eastern China.