Chef Alexander Ong talks about his favorite hamburger—a Baja-inspired hamburguesa from Don Pisto's in San Francisco—then gets in the kitchen with Chef Pete Mrabe to learn its secrets. No surprise, it involves a lot of bacon, mayo, and guacamole.
In The Usual, the country's best chefs reveal the one dish that blows their mind again and again, then head behind-the-scenes to meet the creators.
Elevate Hawaii’s claims to fame—Spam and pineapple—on this island-inspired burger. Chop freshly grilled pineapple for a crunchy cabbage, sesame oil, and jalapeño slaw, and coat Spam in honey and soy sauce before grilling to perfection.
Cooking with a dull knife is not only a challenge, it can be dangerous. Dull knives are likely to slip while slicing vegetables and can easily cut you. Here’s a quick and easy way to straighten out that blade.