Recipe: Fried Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches with Wildflower Honey and Chile Flakes

Fried Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches with Wildflower Honey and Chile Flakes

Crunchy fried chicken hugged in a flaky biscuit—is there anything better? We dare you say otherwise after trying these satisfying biscuit sandwiches from Abraham Salum of Dallas's Komali and Salum. Instead of smothering the chicken with gravy, Salum glosses it with a chile flake–speckled honey. Get the recipe here.

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Recipe Roundup: Braising

Braised Lamb Belly with Jalapeño Vinegar


You've chipped away at your leftovers, dreamed up countless ways to use up days-old turkey, and gotten your kitchen back in order. Now that the marathon of Thanksgiving and its aftermath are over, we're ready for some food from the set-it-and-forget-it school of cooking. Here are some of our favorite braising recipes.
 

Slow-Cooked Pork with Spanish Paprika and Sweet Spices Cardamom and pimentón give braised pork shoulder a whisper of smokiness. Braised Lamb Belly with Jalapeño Vinegar Prepared by Alexander Ong at this year's JBF Awards, this dish gets a jolt from a spicy vinegar that cuts through t

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On the Menu: Master of Modern Cooking

Homaro Cantu Thanks to talented chefs like Homaro Cantu, Chicago has emerged as the center for cutting-edge American cuisine. Cantu, who has become known for bringing food and science together in fascinating and delicious ways at his Windy City temple of modern cooking, Moto, is teaming up with Ben Roche and Matt Gundlach for an exciting, forward-thinking dinner at the Beard House this Wednesday. Click here to make a reservation. Hors d’Oeuvre Fried Chicken Waffles with Maple Syrup Cuban Pork Cigars Louisiana Crab Boil Pairing: Champagne Larmandier-Bernier Tradition 1er Cru Extra Brut NV Dinner Fish and Chips with Malt Vinegar, Tartar, and Seaweed Potato Pairing: Sutton Cellars Fizé Rosé of Carignane NV Fall Biosphere > Mushroom Dirt, Brussels Sprouts, a

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On the Menu: November 26 through December 3

Tuesday, November 29, 7:00 P.M. Robert Foley Wine Dinner Named the 2007 Winemaker of the Year by Food & Wine magazine, Robert Foley’s Napa Valley portfolio attracts raves with every new vintage. His bold and expressive wines are a natural match for Rodney Einhorn’s modern approach to classic New American cuisine. Wednesday, November 30, 7:00 P.M. Master of Modern Cooking Thanks to talented chefs like Homaro Cantu, Chicago has emerged as the center for cutting-edge American cuisine. Cantu, who has become known for bringing food and science together in fascinating and delicious ways at his Windy City temple of modern cooking, Moto, is teaming up with Ben Roche and Matt Gundlach for an exciting, forward-thinking

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Recipe Roundup: Thanksgiving Leftovers

turkey sandwich We had so much fun last year coming up with ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers that we thought we’d revisit the topic with a list of some of the best leftover-loving recipes out there. David Chang’s Soy-Braised Turkey, Mashed Potato Spring Rolls, Spicy Brussels Sprouts with Mint [F&W] Indian-Spiced Turkey Lentil Soup, Cranberry-Swir

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Wines for Your Thanksgiving Spread

Food Lover's Guide to Wine

If you’re on a last-minute hunt for Thanksgiving wines, consider one of these recommendations from two-time James Beard Award-winning authors Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, co-authors of the new The Food Lover’s Guide to Wine (Little, Brown), which was recently named one of the five best wine books of the year by the Wall Street Journal. Whether you’re looking for a multi-sipper that goes with everything you’ve heaped on your plate or for a variety of bottles to pair with all of the trimmings, this list has you covered.   Bubbles: We toasted our wedding at Lydia Shire’s Boston restaurant Biba in 1990 with Iron Horse Wedding Cuvée, and this iconic brand has been our critical and sentimental favorite to enjoy on special occasions ever since. If you only serve one w

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Culinary School at Home: How to Cook a Turkey

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When you only cook a dish once a year (like, for instance, a roasted turkey), it can be difficult to perfect. That’s why every Thanksgiving millions of Americans find themselves poring over old family recipes and studying the November issues of their favorite food magazines before even entering the kitchen. To streamline the holiday cram session, we’ve put together a collection of turkey tips and tricks from some of our favorite sites. 1. Before you start messing around with softened butter, here's how to prep a turkey. 2. Alton Brown explains “the Turkey Triangle” and other

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