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The Biggest Debates in BBQ Right Now

We've rounded up the biggest debates in the BBQ world right now, from tomato versus vinegar to smoke versus gas. more »

The Chicken Sandwiches You Should Be Eating

The chicken sandwich craziness continues! Welcome to Grub Street's weekly survey of the most-talked-about, must-visit restaurants in New York City. The list below features spots...  more »

Follow the Crispy-Fried Lunacy of Sietsema's Extreme Chicken Sandwich Run

Some say it started with Steven Tanner's first spicy chicken sandwich at The Commodore. Others point to the Chick-Fil-A chain, which inculcated a generation of Southerners with the...  more »

The 33 Best Burritos in America

A good burrito means different things to different people. Some want a feast bigger than their forearms. Others want to load up as many sauces, guacs, and creams as possible. Still...  more »

Why It's Finally Time for a Fast-Casual Fried Chicken Explosion

This April, Meyer's burger juggernaut Shake Shack filed a trademark application for "Chicken Shack," and then added a limited-edition chicken sandwich to its Brooklyn menus. Chang...  more »

7 New-Wave, Next-Level Fried-Chicken Sandwiches

Sky-high beef prices and the enduring sandwich craze have laid the groundwork for a new breed of birds on buns. more »


Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chicken, Chefs, CulinarySource: Symrise

Southern Hospitality: An interview with Chef Jeff McInnis of Root & Bone

Florida-born Jeffrey McInnis, a “Top Chef” Season Five winner, grew up surrounded by farm to fork food, both on the fishing boats he spent his youth on, as well as on his...  more »


Beyond the Plate

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The American Barbecue Style Guide: Meat, Fat, and Smoke From Sea to Shining Sea

Barbecue is not like other cuisines. While it is certainly true that the practice of smoking meat has many analogues in almost all other cultures, barbecue as it exists in the...  more »

Savory chicken wings around the world

There's something inherently special about eating foods that don't call for the interference of utensils. I mean, sure, forks, knives and spoons are pretty amazing tools in the...  more »


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The United Steaks of America: If Each State Could Have Only One Meat, What Would It Be?

Americans love meat. In fact, we eat more of it per capita than almost any other country in the world. (Luxembourg has us beat by about 31 pounds per person per year. La vache!) So...  more »

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