How-ToRhoda Boone shows us how to grill skirt steak in a cast iron pan, and shows off her favorite japaleno lime marinade!
How-ToAnna shows you some easy tricks for grilling the perfect chicken!
How-ToFollow Adina as she explores Seabra Mart, a Central and South American Supermarket in Newark, New Jersey!
How-ToAdina explores the aisles of Korean food in HMart!
CuisinesJoin Adina as she gives a tour of the vendors in Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market!
CuisinesDiscover the history of Buitoni pasta and the family behind it. Produced by Epicurious for Buitoni. Animation: Fly Machine Picture Co.
CuisinesThis fun, animated video follows the history of pasta from 5th century Sicily to the present day. Animation: Fly Machine Picture Co.
CuisinesThis fun animated video chronicles the history of how pizza developed from the flatbreads of ancient Greece and Rome to its modern incarnation in the United States. Animation: Fly Machine Picture Co.
How-ToWatch as Adina Steiman navigates the aisles of Mitsuwa, New Jersey's legendary Japanese specialty supermarket.
CuisinesDo you ever wonder how your favorite snacks came to be? Join Epicurious as we venture back in time to uncover how macaroni & cheese became one of America’s favorite meals. The history of this dinner staple may surprise you. Animation: Fly Machine Picture Co.
How-ToRome, Italy -- Shot on a terrace overlooking St. Peter's Cathedral. Grilling arrosticini — skewers of lamb and mutton. The meat is cooked on a long, slender, trough-styled grill and seasoned only with salt, then served over bread (with extra-virgin olive oil and more salt) — a typical dish from the Abruzzo region, which lies 50 miles east of Rome and runs up to the Adriatic coast.
How-ToMadrid, Spain -- Parrillada mixta is a mixed grill of charcoal-broiled meats—a typical dish in the country's capital. This one here includes chorizo, morcilla (blood sausage), panceta (a thick-cut, unsmoked bacon), and veal breast. Seasoned with salt, the meats are turned on an olive-oil brushed grill and slow-cooked until tender. Sliced and served on a communal platter, parrillada mixta is accompanied by bread, grilled vegetables, and salad—and plenty of beer and wine.
How-ToHamburg, Germany — Bratwurst (German sausage) can be made from either veal, beef, or pork. Here, we have both fine and coarse bratwursts and Nürnberger bratwurst—a smaller pork sausage produced in the city of Nürnberg. Bratwurst is first boiled and then grilled—doused in beer to add flavor. Serve it up with some potato salad, a green salad, a beer, and a good mustard.