This new series highlights restaurants/chefs who represent a spectrum of cuisines, as they discuss the points where their food falls under the category of traditional, and when a combination of elements produces something entirely new.
There's not a right or wrong answer, instead, we're trying to get to the bottom of what makes a dish, going back to it's roots.
We met up with Sunflower Bean at Cafe Mogador in Brooklyn and talked about which cities have the best breakfast, why Cookie Crisp rocks, and how McDonald’s coffee is like the Matrix.
Sear-Roasted Lamb Loin Chops
Lamb loin chops may seem fancy, but they're super easy to cook in a single pan. Just sear, roast, and rest for juicy perfection.
Cornbread is a Southern staple, and a must with chili. This version is moist all the way through, with a lightly crisped top and a touch of sweetness. Mix in cheese or jalapeños for extra flavor, and feel free to bake as muffins if you prefer.
Pressure Cooker Cola-Braised Beef Short Ribs
These braised beef short ribs are ready in just 30 minutes thanks to the pressure cooker method. The cola in the rich gravy doesn't overpower, but perfectly balances soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and the spices in the rub.
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