Celebrating the world’s "101 Best" has become a tradition here at The Daily Meal. It started in 2011, with The Daily Meal's 101 Best Restaurants in America. This was so successful that we decided to make our ranking of U.S. restaurants an annual event, and then to honor restaurants not only in... Read more
The number-nine establishment in our 2014 edition of 101 Best Restaurants in Asia, surprisingly enough, is an American export, Fatty Crab in Hong Kong. Our Special Contributor Elsa Säätelä spoke recently with Rick Camac, co-founder with chef Zak Pelaccio of the New York-based Fatty Crew Hospitality... Read more
During the week of September 12 to 19, taking a trip to Scandinavia was as easy as stepping into a restaurant in New York. Well, almost as easy.
The second annual NORTH Nordic Food Festival , featuring over 25 participating chefs, returned to the city with pop-up dinners, cooking classes, and panel... Read more
Following last year’s success, the Nordic Food Festival NORTH is returning to New York for the week of September 12 to 20, bringing exclusive Nordic dinners and cooking classes to the city. Arranged by the online culinary magazine Honest Cooking, the festival will be even bigger than before, with... Read more
New York’s renowned chocolatier Jacques “Mr.Chocolate” Torres has big plans for this Easter. Not only will he offer classic chocolate bunnies and eggs to cheer up any egg hunt, but this year, he hopes to break a new world record by auctioning out the world’s most expensive chocolate egg.
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Some prefer them thick and fluffy, others like them thin and crisp — pancakes, a traditional breakfast food in countries all around the world, come in many shapes and forms. Besides being a popular dish to start the morning with, pancakes are also eaten as a part of Shrove Tuesday traditions (for... Read more
There are a lot of things to remember when packing for a trip, and even after double- or triple-checking that you have everything you need, it is not uncommon to realize — when it is already too late — that a few items that should have made into your carry-on got left behind. Sure, your passport,... Read more
Though traveling to exotic places, eating street food, and living "like a local" might be a great adventure, there is also reason to be cautious of what foods and beverages one consumes in a foreign environment. Consuming unusual foods and drinks, especially when visiting developing countries, can... Read more