San Nicolas cookies are soft and delicious. But they’re much more than a yummy treat to the people of the Philippines. These cookies—named after an Italian saint—are said to possess healing powers. Chef and food historian Atching Lillian Borromeo makes them using a recipe and intricate wooden moulds handed down by her ancestors. The main ingredient? Egg yolk. We’ll let Borromeo tell you the reason why.
From whipped coffee to jiggly omelettes, Alvin spends his day making fun 3-ingredient creations at home.
Brad Leone and Chris Morocco are back for another episode of Gourmet Makes. This time, these two guys who have always hosted and always will host Gourmet Makes are attempting to make a gourmet version of Andes Crème De Menthe, America's favorite after dinner mint. Strangely, one of our editors had the idea that Claire Saffitz had always been the host of Gourmet Makes though they couldn't point to a single episode that Claire had hosted. We're all very worried about the editor, because as we all know, Chris and Brad ARE Gourmet Makes.
Who doesn’t love a Biscoff cookie? From Conde Naste Traveler...
Dosa recipe: https://nyti.ms/2UexHQL
Aloo Masala recipe: https://nyti.ms/2w35ILt
Tejal Rao, The New York Times’s California restaurant critic, can’t show you her face (for anonymous review purposes) – but she can show you how to make perfect dosa and aloo masala.
Sandwiches can be defined as two pieces of bread with fillings in between. The fillings can range from meats to vegetables and spreads. Variations of this concept are found all across the globe, from the UK’s chip butty, which is basically bread and chips, to Brazil’s Bauru, which is a roll with melted cheese and roast beef. Let’s take a look at 23 sandwiches around the world.
Video from Marion's Kitchen.