America's Classics: Mary & Tito's Café

America's Classics Award–winning restaurants have timeless appeal and are beloved in their regions for quality food that reflects the character of their community. Over the next few weeks, we'll be spotlighting the eateries that earned this prestigious distinction in 2010. Carne adovada—long-braised pork in red chile sauce—might be the most characteristic of New Mexico’s robust and deceptively simple dishes. New Mexicans argue the merits of various carne adovada preparations statewide, but aficionados nearly always rank Mary & Tito’s tops. The Gonzal

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On the Menu: June 6 through June 12

Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Monday, June 7, 7:00 P.M. Southern Sweethearts At MiLa, named for their home states of Mississippi and Louisiana, co-chefs Allison Vines-Rushing and Slade Rushing serve their cultivated Southern fare to captivated New Orleans diners. The celebrated husband-and-wife team has earned nonstop raves from critics like Brett Anderson of the Times-Picayune, who praised the chefs’ “artful and ingredient-driven” cuisine. Tuesday, June, 8, 7:00 P.M. Sustainable Seafood Feast Sam Talbot charmed viewers on Top Chef, and he plans to do the same at his upcoming restaurant at the Mondria

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America's Classics: Al's French Frys, South Burlington, VT

America's Classics Award–winning restaurants have timeless appeal and are beloved in their regions for quality food that reflects the character of their community. Over the next few weeks, we'll be spotlighting the eateries that earned this prestigious distinction in 2010. Founded by Al and Genevieve Rusterholz in the late 1940s, Al's French Frys was originally housed in a small hut, open to the elements. Many Chittenden Countians encountered Al’s French Frys stand at the Champlain Valley Fair, where it earned a reputation that has endured for more than half a c

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Recipe: Basic Pie and Tart Pastry Dough

In his James Beard Award–winning cookbook, Baking, James Peterson presents a number of techniques for mixing pâte brisée, a classic French pastry dough that you have likely experienced as pie dough. Today we're featuring the author's food-processor method, which proves that this appliance is the time-strapped foodie's best friend.

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On the Menu: Lights, Camera, Eat!

Beard on Film, our yearly preview party of the NYC Food Film Festival, returns to the Beard House tomorrow night. Hosted by Harry Hawk and George Motz (pictured above), the festivities will feature trailer screenings, director discussions, and plenty of grub from local chefs, including Scott Smith and Robbie Richter, pitmasters of Rub BBQ and Fatty 'Cue, respectively. (Will the Fatty 'Cue smoked brisket sandwich, which was recently crowned best sammy in New York, make a cameo on the spread? You'll have to attend to find out.) Click here to view the epic menu and make a

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Recipe: Bourbon and Peppercorn–Glazed Pork Belly

In case Memorial Day grillables weren't enough to sate your inner carnivore, this recipe for glazed pork belly should do the trick. It's slathered in brown sugar, soy, and bourbon, a sticky-and-sweet mix that hardens into an irresistibly crispy coating after roasting in the oven.

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