Signature Dishes

11 Ways to Get Your Bananas Foster on for Mardi Gras

It's Carnival season in New Orleans: a period of celebration, indulgence, and debauchery leading up to the big throwdown—Mardi Gras—all in preparation for Lent's 40 days of penance, fasting, and denial...

Merida Restaurants and Food

by naick_berden 3 years ago

Hello fellow foodies! We just spent an awesome couple of days in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and we LOVED the food. We are a couple travelling for 6 months in Latin America and we share our ...

One of the tastiest dish of this young new year!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 5 years ago

One of the best tasting dish of this young new year - ' Stirred fry live Razor Clams and wild mushrooms with XO sauce ' at 'The Emperor', Richmond Hill. Perfectly cooked plump, juicy and sweet cla...

Underappreciated Cuisines & The Dishes You Would Choose To Spotlight Them

by inaplasticcup 10 years ago

Most of us are somewhat or very familiar with the usual suspects: French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Indian, Greek, Thai, Korean, etc. But what are some cuisines you think are underapp...

Office Potluck Dishes/Snacks for Christmas Carnival

by AvanthikaReddy 6 years ago

Hi Friends, How are you doing ? Well, need few suggestions from you people regarding the office potluck that to be held in our office on account of Christmas eve. I have planned for the Chris...

NY Signature Sandwich (or food)

by rikk 6 years ago

Just about every city has a signature sandwich or signature food... Chicago is famous for its pizza and Italian beef. Philadelphia is famous for its cheese steaks, Memphis is famous for their barbe...

Favorite signature dishes?

by Rachel9061 6 years ago

Which "signature dishes" do you order most often? I'm thinking along the lines of Marea's fusilli with octopus and bone marrow or RedFarm's pastrami egg roll. Any cuisine/price point. Thank you.

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