Watch: The Portuguese Chicken Shack Montreal Can’t Get Enough of

I’m not sure Dining on a Dime has ever visited a place like Ma Poule Mouillée. This place absolutely cranks; it prints Portuguese-style chicken like the Bureau of Engraving and Printing spits out dollar bills; The line goes out the door onto a block of Montreal’s Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood. It’s all a testament to the quality […]

‘Chopped’ Judge Scott Conant Shutters NYC Restaurant Fusco

Yet another celebrity chef has shuttered an NYC restaurant: Scott Conant, a regular judge on popular Food Network show Chopped, has closed his Flatiron Italian restaurant Fusco. The chef — known in New York dining for being the acclaimed chef behind Scarpetta — opened Fusco just last spring at 43 East 20th St., between Broadway […]

Andrew Zimmern’s ‘Big Food Truck Tip’ Lands on the Food Network

Walking, talking food encyclopedia Andrew Zimmern has a new show coming to the Food Network this fall that will shine the spotlight on hard-working food truck operators across America. Each episode of Big Food Truck Tip will feature Zimmern visiting one city to see how three local restaurateurs operate their mobile kitchens. One lucky food […]

Roasted Cherry Tomato & Thyme Couscous Salad Recipe

We’re at that point in the summer where I’m starting to wonder: is an indoor herb garden possible? I love having a ton of fresh herbs around and I’m really going to miss them when they’re gone. They’re so delicious and oh so PRETTY. I often get asked about my food photography/styling tips and my […]

Creamy Garlic Butter Tuscan Salmon

Creamy Garlic Butter Tuscan Salmon is restaurant quality Pan Seared Salmon in a delicious creamy sauce with spinach, sun dried tomatoes and parmesan! Rich and creamy with crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside salmon fillets. The entire family loves this deliciously easy to make Tuscan Salmon recipe. The creamy sauce for […]

Watch: Has This Toronto Bar Improved on the Big Mac?

Koreans have always taken their love of familiar flavors to dishes where they live and sometimes that means using kimchi on things like poutine and burgers. For Leeto Han — a Korean-American who spent formative years in Philadelphia — it also means taking classic sandwiches like cheesesteaks and employing marinated bulgogi. Han’s restaurant Odd Seoul […]

When Bad Restaurant Behavior is Not Physical

This post originally appeared on August 11, 2018, in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. Where is the line? That is a question many in the restaurant industry have asked themselves, and one another, […]