Thanks to foodies, soft-focus feature spreads, and unbending artisan philosophies, you d think that cooking has become a rarified skill that only those with a Yelp account and three-hundred dollar knife set can enjoy. It s easy to forget that delicious food is often loud, messy, and fun. When was the last time a Michelin-starred restaurant made you feel like you discovered a secret, amazing part of a city? When was the last time you yelled this is f*king amazing at a tastefully-appointed bistro? But you did pledge your undying devotion to that food truck at 3:00 am, right before the memories get fuzzy. So we dug up that taco recipe, plus a couple hundred others worthy of your foul-mouthed late night praise. And now you can make it yourself at home.
For those who like their food grilled, fired, and charred, "e;Eat Street"e; presents 200 recipes for the most delicious food in the worldstreet food. Starting with the setups, you ll discover how to get the most out of everything from flat-top griddles to outdoor brick ovens to earthenware pots, so you make the best food with the right equipment. Then dig into the greatest hand-held grub from around the world: Philly Cheese Steaks, Pork Belly Gyoza Dumplings, Arepas, and more. Each recipe comes paired with a beer, so you put the right bottle or can with whatever you re cooking. Welcome to "e;Eat Street."e;