The mouthwatering nature of chocolate is one constant no matter where you go.

Chocolate Destinations Around the World to Drool Over

These five places from Belgium to Hong Kong offer their own enticing takes on the confection

In some parts of the country, this is what duck sauce looks like. In others, not so much.

What Exactly Is Duck Sauce?

Trying to get to the bottom of this Chinese food mystery sends our writer on a wild goose chase

You should definitely eat this pastrami before you die.

What Are the 1000 Foods to Eat Before You Die?

Written by a former New York Times restaurant critic, this tome will keep your appetite satisfied for a lifetime

The French often make a bûche de Noël, a chocolate cake baked to look like a Yule log, at Christmastime.

A Christmas Feast, Experienced With Dishes From Around the World

Experience an international Christmas without any travel by preparing these traditional foods

The Range cooking thermometer for iPhone/iPad could be the perfect gift for a tech-inclined foodie.

What to Give to Your Favorite Foodie This Holiday Season

Special sauces, spices and tools will delight the amateur chef in your life

Instead of pumpkin pie, consider serving boereg.

What Do America’s Top Chefs Cook for Thanksgiving?

A quick survey of some of the unique dishes that restaurant chefs prepare for their own family dinner

A zombie enjoys a bite of pan de muertos at a Day of the Dead celebration in Atlanta, Georgia.

Barmbrack, Toffee and Other Treats to Have an Around-the-World Halloween Celebration

This weekend’s celebrations extend beyond snarfing down Hershey and Mars bars

The recipes from pizza maker Tony Gemignani's latest book, The Pizza Bible, will make your mouth water if the scrumptious images haven't already done the trick.

Want to Know How to Make Great Pizza? Consult the Guy Who Wrote the Bible on It

Tony Gemignani knows everything there is to know about making pizza, and now he’s telling you his secrets

Ginger chicken donburi from Ivan Ramen at Gotham West Market tastes as delicious as it looks.

How Dinner at a Food Court Has Become Something Exciting, not Excruciating

A new trend across America’s urban centers has reinvigorated the nation’s taste buds

A Citi Field hotdog. How does it compare with your home ballpark's?

The Hunt for the Best Ballpark Hot Dog

Tom Lohr has been traveling the country making his own list of All-Star franks. Who has the best one?

Satay at Lau Pa Sat in Singapore

Three International Twists on BBQ

This summer, ditch the tired menu of burgers and hot dogs, and instead, try grilling Turkish kofte or slathering fish in Singapore’s spicy sambal sauce

Moqueca, a soup found in northeast Brazil.

Five Brazilian Dishes to Make for Your World Cup Watch Party

Native to five World Cup host cities, these foods will bring South America to your kitchen

Margarita

No Limes? Not a Problem. Here’s How to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo Without Them

Rising prices for the citrus fruit have inspired bartenders to get their creative juices flowing

Bayou crawfish boil

Why Crawfish Are Louisiana's Culinary Gift to the Nation

What makes the crustacean a springtime treat, whether its in gumbo or an etouffee

Five Ways to Eat Seaweed

For years a staple of Asian cuisine, the leafy green is becoming a popular new "super food" in the U.S.

The Donart

Afraid to Go Back to the Cronut? Here Are Five Pastries That Could Take Its Place as the Pastry of Choice

Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious treats

Mercury Bar in Detroit

How a Revitalized Food Scene is Giving Detroit a Boost in Morale and Economic Strength

Author Bill Loomis talks about his new book and Motown's ever-evolving gastronomic cityscape

Is Drinking Chocolate America's New Cupcake?

When one trend falls by the wayside, another one must take it place. This winter, take advantage of this beverage on the rise

Khinkali can be found through Sochi and the Caucasus

How to Make Khinkali and Khachapuri, Sochi's Delectable Delicacies (With Recipes!)

Eat your way through the Olympics with these foods native to the Caucasus

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