The Best of SAVEUR
10 most popular SAVEUR articles, as voted by our community.
Food, travel, and adventure. #eattheworld
SAVEUR on Food
Muslim Georgia: A Journey to the Hidden Kitchens of the Kists
Pankisi, a wooded valley in the Caucasus Mountains, was labeled a refuge for terrorists. All I found was life-changing Kist cuisine and hospitality.
I Went to Mushroom Camp and Came Home with These Incredible Fungi Facts
A weekend spent foraging, hiking, and bunking up with mycophiles in the California redwoods gave me the most game-changing mushroom cooking tips I didn’t know I needed.
SAVEUR on Recipes
Coconut Fried Shrimp Tacos
In Baja, California, these coconut fried shrimp tacos shine with a crunchy tropical batter, habanero salsa, soothing crema, and citrus-pickled onions.
The Only Good Thing About My Ex Was His Mom’s Amazing Ragù Recipe
Her rigatoni al sugo di coda, a classic Roman dish of braised oxtail with tomato sauce, is my favorite version of the classic—and I luckily jotted it down before it was too late.
SAVEUR on Vegan
Chinese Vegan Cooking Has Been Perfected Over Millenia (And You Can Taste It)
Hannah Che, author of The Vegan Chinese Kitchen, teaches us how to transform simple ingredients into delicious, show-stopping dishes.
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We Finally Got the Recipe for Madrid’s Best Tortilla Española
Making the perfect Spanish omelet is easier than you think.
‘A Simple Green Salad’: Fanny Singer’s Litmus Test for a Good Restaurant
In Fanny Singer’s new book, ”Always Home,” she talks about her mother Alice Waters’ favorite meal.
Our Best Skillet Recipes
Our favorite one-dish skillet recipes for an easy and delicious meal (and equally easy cleanup!).
How To Cook a Lobster, According to a Maine Lobsterman
Take away the intimidation of how to cook a lobster with these fool-proof steps from our Test Kitchen.
10 Chef-Approved Grilling Tricks to Take Your Barbecue to the Next Level
The secrets to making summer’s enduring pastime even more enjoyable and delicious.
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