BALTIMORE ( Hoodline ) — Got a hankering for sandwiches? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top sandwich outlets in Baltimore, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fulfill your urges. 1. Soup’s On Photo: A.C./ Yelp Topping the list is Soup’s On .
Here are the Top 12 Japanese restaurants in the Houston area, according to Good Taste. Listed in alphabetical order: Akashi Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar 25760 Kuykendahl Rd. Tomball, Texas 281-651-5151 Japanese and Chinese come together in harmony at this Creekside hot spot in Tomball.
Source: Top 12 Japanese spots in Houston
A Singaporean engineering company has built a robot that can serve up a piping hot bowl of laksa, one of the city-state’s most well-known dishes, in just 45 seconds.
The electric sous-chef, dubbed Sophie by its creators, can blanch noodles, add pre-cooked prawns and ladle spicy coconut soup — all with minimum spillage, at the rate of around 80 bowls an hour.
“It’s excellent, I would say there’s no difference between the one created by the robot and human,” said Paul Yong, a guest at Friday’s launch event catered by Orange Clove, which developed the machine with a local engineering company.
Open in early July, Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar is now Thailand’s highest restaurant and bar. It takes up the 76th and 77th floors of the King Power Mahanakhon skyscraper, which towers over the city at 314 meters (1,030 feet).Billed as a “modern brasserie” offering both Western and Asian dishes, SkyBar’s menu comes from the skilled hands of American executive chef Joshua Cameron, formerly of New York’s Eleven Madison Park — awarded World’s Best Restaurant in 2017.
In one scene, Gordon shot dead a goat on a hill with a rifle-styled gun, he couldn’t stop swearing both before and after the hunting.
He later said: ‘My heart’s beating like Big Ben. Your adrenaline is pumping.
‘This is not wrapped up in cling film on a supermarket shelf. This is proper outdoor hunting.’
Cheese can be quite the elaborate delicacy in some countries. Here are the world’s most expensive cheese types, ranked.
Everyone loves cheese. It’s on everything. It can be added to anything. Whether you’re eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even dessert, there is always room to add cheese into the mix. Of course, most of us are only familiar with the cheeses you can buy at your local grocery store.
There’s fresh food, and then there’s this. A video posted to Facebook on July 9th shows what appears a “zombie chicken” appearing to crawl off a plate at an unknown restaurant. The video has over 14 million views. You can hear some people screaming in the background of the unconfirmed video as the meat appears to crawl off the plate and land on the floor.
Cinnamon is a popular spice with powerful benefits. This article tells you everything you need to know about Saigon cinnamon, including its benefits and how it differs from other varieties.
Used in many dishes around the world, it has a strong, sweet, and spicy flavor and aroma.
What’s more, Saigon cinnamon is linked to a number of health benefits.
Where to find this institutional Tijuana-style taco from Los Angeles’s current street food spots
Los Angeles is obsessed with all things Tijuana right now. From carne asada over charcoal to Rosarito-inspired flour tortilla and bean options, the Mexican sister city to the south is on just about everyone’s mind (and stomach). Case in point: the rise of modern birria de res, or beef, trucks and stands across the city. This institutional Tijuana taco style has been reinvented for the modern age, with vendors tossing on lots of cheese, griddling up those tortillas to a crunchy consistency, and even dipping the stuff in cooking liquid first to give it an appealing red glow. Here now, from famous Teddy’s Red Tacos to Eats LA staples like Birrieria Gonzalez, are ten of the best current street food spots for all things Tijuana-style birria.
Some of D.C.’s finest food resides in alleys and basements
Some of D.C.’s best-known restaurants are fairly hidden. The biggest signs of Little Serow (in a basement) and Michelin-starred Sushi Taro (above a CVS) are the lines that form around 5 p.m. every day on their block of 17th Street NW. Maydan sits in an industrial-looking alleyway that looks like that scene in The Sting where Loretta tries to shoot Robert Redford’s character.