Ah, nachos…you gotta love ’em, if only for the absurdity they inspire. The Ninety-nine Restaurant in Bellerica, Massachusetts just set a world record for a mess of nachos weighing 3,999 pounds. Not everything’s bigger in Texas.
One pot, 37 plants. Can a jillion chile peppers be far behind? Mark Masker shares his progress on the great Topsy Turvy experiment.
Three-dimensional food printing may be the ultimate in custom cuisine. 3-D food printers can make little space shuttle-shaped scallop nuggets, or cakes and cookies with edible messages in them. It will even make a solid hamburger patty with layers of ketchup and mustard embedded inside. How did we survive without this?
Craving some pulled pork, but don’t have 14 hours to slow-smoke some? This slow-cooker recipe gives you a quick option…just don’t tell your die-hard Que friends your dirty little secret.
Whether you’re a vegetarian, a meat lover, crave fresh seafood, or are looking for a special way to grill up some wild game, the perfect recipe is waiting for you in Rick Browne’s newest book, “The Ultimate Guide to Grilling.”
By Sara Hodon Photos by Chris Markey For one weekend each year, tiny Bowers, PA (population: 300 give or take) becomes the hottest place on earth, thanks to its annual Chile Pepper Food Festival held in the town park every September. Bowers, located approximately 90 minutes northwest of Philadelphia and two hours south of New York City, is situated in …
Before we go on, let’s get a few things straight. I didn’t trade three hundred pounds of steak to a slick city peddler for a few magic beans (it was jalapeño seeds).