California, particularly L.A., has become known for its fish tacos, but one cafe tucked into seaside La Jolla makes some of the freshest ones around.
Since coining the term Roadfood and pointing the way to America's best eats, Jane and Michael Stern have written more than forty books and are weekly guests on Public Radio's award-winning "The Splendid Table." Their website, Roadfood.com, pioneered internet food reporting and photography. They were monthly columnists for Gourmet magazine for 17 years and currently are contributing editors of Saveur magazine and regularly write for Parade.
Pimento cheese is a southern favorite that could only have been conceived in heaven. But even better—plopping the delectable spread on another star of the south: the good ol’ burger.
There are a lot of chichi restaurants claiming to be “farm-to-table” these days. But one spot in Idaho is the real deal: the café sits—and uses ingredients produced—on an actual farm.
In honor of National Ice Cream Month, take a pit stop in Bethel, CT, where the richest, thickest ice cream is handmade daily. Warning: Dr. Mike's sundaes are not for the faint of heart.
Route 66 used to be the only way to drive cross country. While it's now an American icon, travelers are still rewarded by a trip through El Reno, where onion-fried burgers are a way of life.
Jimmy Buffett was an early fan of Louie’s Backyard, the enchanting restaurant on the Key West shore that embraces Conch cuisine, serving up surprising and delightful fare daily.
No breadbaskets on the Maine border! On the northeasternmost point of the U.S., pancake-like ployes are a daily staple, whether covered in syrup or soaking up gravy.
Little Cafe Poca Cosa may not be as grand as its upscale sister restaurant, but it has plenty of character, complete with loud music, bold flavors, hugs, and a kick-ass molé sauce.
Connecticut may not be the first spot that comes to mind when thinking of the perfect burger, but that all changes once you try the glorious, cheesy creation from Shady Glen.
Hot dogs are one food item that inspires fierce loyalty, and in New Jersey that passion is for the Newark dog, born at local favorite, Jimmy Buff’s.