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What To Cook When You Don't Feel Like Cooking 3144 implied HN points 21 Jan 24
  1. The recipe for rosemary garlic pork shoulder with sweet potato puree takes longer than an hour to cook, but the active cooking time is only about 15 to 20 minutes.
  2. The dish involves slow roasting pork shoulder and sweet potatoes together, creating a savory and delightful meal.
  3. The recipe includes a simple herby sauce to balance the richness of the pork and provides detailed instructions to make the cooking process easy.
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Why is this interesting? 1990 implied HN points 11 Jan 24
  1. Batak cuisine is known for its spicy dishes using Andaliman peppers.
  2. Andaliman peppers are related to Szechuan peppers and provide a unique tingling sensation on the tongue.
  3. The numbing sensation of Andaliman peppers can be experienced in Batak highlands, creating a surprising culinary discovery.
Digest // Storefronts of Bangkok 79 implied HN points 02 Apr 24
  1. Discover top dining destinations in Bangkok listed on Asia's Best Restaurants 1-50 with unique culinary experiences and exquisite flavors.
  2. Restaurants in Bangkok like Baan Tepa and Samrub Samrub Thai prioritize local sourcing, mindful utilization of ingredients, and offer dynamic dining experiences.
  3. Thai-Chinese fine dining establishments like Potong showcase traditional and innovative flavors, while restaurants such as Le Du offer a creative spin on Thai cuisine with seasonal menus.
David Lebovitz Newsletter 4933 implied HN points 25 Sep 23
  1. Brittany is a beautiful region known for its rocky coasts, dramatic weather, and delicious food like moules-frites and local hard apple cider.
  2. In Languedoc, you can enjoy a relaxing vacation with fresh seafood, warm beaches, and charming markets like the one in Olonzac.
  3. Exploring vide-greniers in the French countryside can lead to great finds, while enjoying delicious food at local restaurants can be a highlight of the trip.
Longer Tables with José Andrés 707 implied HN points 29 Jan 24
  1. Catalan language has unique food-related words like 'Pà' for bread and 'Mar i muntanya' for 'sea and mountains'.
  2. Catalan is spoken in various regions beyond Catalonia, like Valencia, Balearic Islands, Andorra, Italy, and France.
  3. Learning some Catalan food words can enrich your culinary experience, like 'Botifarra amb mongetes' for sausage with white beans.
Brent and Michael are Going Places 569 implied HN points 05 Feb 24
  1. Many cultures have delicious dishes that involve meat and veggies cooked inside dough.
  2. Meat pies have been popular for thousands of years and are enjoyed in various countries like the UK and Canada.
  3. Meat pies are a loved food in Australia, where they were introduced by convicts in the 18th century.
Digest // Storefronts of Bangkok 119 implied HN points 19 Mar 24
  1. Seven top restaurants in Bangkok have secured spots on the prestigious Asia's Best Restaurants 51-100 list, offering a diverse range of culinary experiences.
  2. Explore innovative dishes and culinary delights at restaurants like Restaurant Gaa, Côte by Mauro Colagreco, and Haoma that showcase a blend of traditional techniques and modern twists.
  3. Immerse yourself in a gastronomic journey through Bangkok's diverse flavors, from street food sophistication at Raan Jay Fai to the sustainable dining experience at Haoma.
David Lebovitz Newsletter 3007 implied HN points 20 Sep 23
  1. Brittany is a popular destination for its cool weather, coastline, beaches, and delicious food like seafood, crêpes, and pastries.
  2. Brittany is known for its sparkling apple cider, love of salted butter, and local specialty honeys.
  3. Reserve in advance when dining in Brittany, explore local beverages like cider and wines, and try the delicious salted butter available at markets.
illyanna Maisonet's Newsletter 452 implied HN points 23 Jan 24
  1. The history of the Mission burrito and its connection to the creation of Chipotle by a person named Steve.
  2. Instructions on how to engage on social media platforms like leaving comments and clicking hearts under a video.
  3. Benefits of being a paid subscriber to the newsletter, including exclusive content and perks like recipes, videos, and a list of places to eat.
One Thing 296 implied HN points 04 Feb 24
  1. The memoir of Venice highlighted in the post is engaging, despite its unattractive book cover.
  2. The CEO of Daunt Books emphasizes curation, allowing each store's staff to dictate book displays, leading to unique and engaging selections.
  3. Exploring Venice through the lens of 'The Politics of Washing' provides insights into daily life, history, and cultural complexities, showcasing the beauty and challenges of the city.
illyanna Maisonet's Newsletter 471 implied HN points 09 Jan 24
  1. Paid subscribers get access to exclusive content like Instagram 'Close Friends' list, written recipes, and videos of recipes.
  2. Citrus is an essential ingredient in cooking, often used to add brightness and acidity to dishes.
  3. Supporting local produce and enjoying fresh citrus from neighborhood trees can enhance the flavors in meals.
The Jewish Table 314 implied HN points 17 Jan 24
  1. The post discusses a recipe for Dried Fruit and Walnut Bread meant for celebrating Tu Bishvat.
  2. Tu Bishvat seder includes a symbolic connection to the Jewish mystics' view of the earthly-spiritual continuum through tree fruits.
  3. The bread recipe shared is a tasty option whether for Tu Bishvat celebrations or simply enjoying a delicious breakfast.
David Lebovitz Newsletter 3184 implied HN points 21 Mar 23
  1. Whipped Labneh is a versatile spread that can be easily made at home with just a few ingredients like labneh, feta, herbs, and olive oil.
  2. The recipe offers flexibility to customize with different herbs, grilled vegetables, and toppings like radishes and black olives.
  3. You can store the whipped Labneh in the refrigerator and enjoy it as a snack, serve it with main dishes, or use it as a side for various meals.
Vittles 156 implied HN points 12 Feb 24
  1. Hawker culture in Singapore was built on individual craft and diversity but is facing challenges due to modernization and standardization.
  2. Government initiatives are in place to preserve the hawker trade in Singapore, seen as a key part of the social safety net.
  3. While new hawker-inspired businesses have emerged, true hawker culture is deeply rooted in the authentic, independent stalls found in traditional hawker centers.
Vittles 84 implied HN points 01 Mar 24
  1. Vietnamese markets in London offer a variety of savory and sweet snacks worth trying, such as sweet silken tofu with ginger syrup and Vietnamese pandan yogurt with black sticky rice.
  2. London Starnight is an Asian supermarket with a wide selection of Vietnamese classics, frozen dumplings, and regional alternatives, along with different kitchen tools and Lunar New Year decorations.
  3. Explore the Vietnamese supermarkets along Mare Street in London for unique food items, specially prepared foods, and a wide range of takeaway options.
Chris Arnade Walks the World 858 implied HN points 10 Oct 23
  1. The author fell in love with LP bars in Seoul, enjoying rock music from the '60s through '90s and experiencing the unique bar culture.
  2. Seoul LP bars offer a fun project of exploring different places, talking to owners, and understanding their passion for collecting music.
  3. Despite spending time in Seoul's LP bars, the author found insights that people admire US pop culture, something he already knew.