A Chef Who Offered Chinese Food in Spanish

A Chef Who Offered Chinese Food in Spanish

One late afternoon not long ago, I headed downtown to Hop Woo, a restaurant that has been a fixture in Los Angeles’s Chinatown for twenty-nine years. The pandemic has been hard on Chinatown. The streets, which used to teem with tourists and neighborhood folks, were empty, with a stillness that felt like being underwater. A … Read more

Factor This Missing Step Into Your Baking Prep Time

Factor This Missing Step Into Your Baking Prep Time

Photo: Arina P Habich (Shutterstock) You might enjoy cold cake, but baking with cold ingredients is another matter entirely. Baking is a science that leaves little room for error—and baking with ice-cold butter or chilly eggs leaves your final product in the hands of a wrathful God. There are a few reasons for that; first, … Read more

How to Make Shrimp Decidedly More Delicious

How to Make Shrimp Decidedly More Delicious

FULL PLATE Add toasted bread, a green salad or both to make this delicious shrimp a satisfying meal. Photo: JENNY HUANG FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY SEAN DOOLEY, PROP STYLING BY CATHERINE PEARSON THE CHEF: MELISSA RODRIGUEZ Drawing: Michael Hoeweller Her Restaurants: Mel’s, in New York City; Al Coro and Discolo, both … Read more

Katie Lee Biegel serves up dazzling looks, Hallmark movie

Katie Lee Biegel serves up dazzling looks, Hallmark movie

New York Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. Katie Lee Biegel is nothing if not casual and relatable. On a recent Zoom call the 40-year-old Food Network star is quick to note, in her soft Southern drawl, that her house is a mess, that parenting 19-month-old … Read more

This Grilled Mushroom Recipe Uses a Tiny Bit of Meat and Makes It Count

This Grilled Mushroom Recipe Uses a Tiny Bit of Meat and Makes It Count

MEAT CUTE This recipe for grilled maitake mushrooms includes a delicious vinaigrette made with bits of smoky, spicy soppressata. Photo: JENNY HUANG FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY SEAN DOOLEY, PROP STYLING BY CATHERINE PEARSON THE CHEF: MELISSA RODRIGUEZ Drawing: Michael Hoeweller Her Restaurants: Mel’s, in New York City; Al Coro and Discolo, … Read more

Grand Pied’s pancakes are ‘life-changing’ | food and cooking

Grand Pied's pancakes are 'life-changing' |  food and cooking

The flavors and colors of Italy shine in the Crispy Shrimp Napoli at Bravo Cucina with its delightfully complex red charred tomato sauce, delicately coated butterfly shrimp, and bright green sliced ​​onions. Photo by Pat Eby Yield: Serves 8 as a shared appetizer 1 pound peeled and deveined shrimp, size 16-20 per pound, tails removed … Read more

How to Spot a Bad Viral Recipe

How to Spot a Bad Viral Recipe

Photo: karen roach (Shutterstock) Cheez-Its are, perhaps, the perfect snack. The toasty, salty rectangles that have been around for (are you ready for this?) 101 years, excel in not only their crunchy, buttery flakiness but their ability to be easily grabbed without even making eye contact with the box. The toast bubbles? Incomparable. Their constitution … Read more

New farmstand to offer locally raised meats, eggs on Elgin’s west side

New farmstand to offer locally raised meats, eggs on Elgin's west side

Just in time for grilling season, a new farm store offering locally raised meats and fresh eggs will open Saturday on the west side of Elgin. Pasek Farms General Store will take over the former farmstand of Klein’s Farm and Market on Route 20 just east of Coombs Road. Klein’s built a new location west … Read more