Tacos with Sea Scallops and Jicama-Peanut Slaw

INGREDIENTS: For the pico de piñata (jicama and peanut slaw) 1 cup diced jicama (1/4-inch pieces) 2 large clementines or 1 navel orange, peeled and diced (1 cup) Juice of 1 large clementine or 1/2 navel orange Juice of 1 lime (optional) 1/2 cup chopped red onion 1/4 cup finely chopped cilantro 1 habanero chile, … Read more

Two New York Chefs Bring Together Filipino and Thai Food

If you look up “Filipino and Thai food” on the internet, search results compare the two cuisines. And apparently, “Filipino food is frequently contrasted with Thai food” and has been called Thai food’s “ugly sister”. This is news to Chef King Phojanakong, who blends Filipino and Thai food at his Kuma Inn restaurant in New … Read more

Chipotle Is In Panic Mode — What That Means For The Future Of Sustainable Food

I’ve never fully understood the cult of Chipotle. That might be because I’m a fancy food writer who eats foie gras for breakfast… or it could be because I’ve lived half my life in Southern California where every single corner taco stand serves an amazing carne asada burrito. It’s not that I dislike Chipotle’s food, it’s just … Read more

Taco Bell And Pizza Hut Are Removing All Artificial Ingredients From Their Menus

Things are certainly changing for Taco Bell and the entire Yum Brands family. Gone are the days of cheap food you apparently buy while drunk and open to poor decisions. Now there’s quality breakfast, big name brand partnerships, and the prospect of alcohol sold on premises. It’s a fresh new era for Taco Bell, a … Read more