Weekly Recipe Review: Cochon’s Sweet and Spicy Brisket Sliders, Beer-Braised Sausage and More…

A weekly roundup of the best food section recipes around the world.
Maryse Chevriere


Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes. 


Yahoo Shine: Doughy calzones filled with a Bolognese sauce and smoky Gouda seems like the ultimate comfort food.


The Seattle Times: A simple Potato-Leek Fritatta recipe comes with easy variations like bacon, onion and spinach or Gruyere, ham and zucchini.


The Times-Picayune: These Sweet and Spicy Brisket Sliders from popular New Orleans restaurant Cochon are guaranteed to be the highlight of your Super Bowl spread.


The Los Angeles Times: A Greek-inspired walnut cake that’s made with cinnamon, allspice and topped with a honeyed crème fraîche.


The San Francisco Chronicle: This Love in Jalisco cocktail highlights the flavor of tequila, adding orange bitters and a few drops of whisky to round it out.


The Boston Globe: Looking for last minute recipes for the Super Bowl? Check out these sweet and spicy wings made with apricot preserves and Sriracha and served with a homemade ranch dipping sauce.


The New York Times: A twist on traditional potato salad from Torrisi Italian Specialties in New York City that adds spicy pepperoni and vinegar to this staple side dish.


The Washington Post: A Super Bowl-friendly dip with a kick from Sriracha and kimchi.  


The Guardian UK: A perfectly grilled sea bass recipe served with miso and lime also comes with a how-to video so there’s no way to mess this one up. (Well, almost no way.)


Salon.com: A wintery, filling pasta made with kale and beer-braised sausage.