It’s not every bar that prides itself on not owning a fryer. But R Bar, which launched its new — and first-ever — menu of ...
Hey, I don't create food trends — I just report on them. That's what I often find myself telling my fish oil-supplementing, yoga-practicing mother when ...
This exotic dessert (check out that Day-Glo color, man) has been referred to as the Middle East’s answer to the cheese Danish. Sure, Aladdin Café’s ...
Before getting down to brass tacks here, let’s settle the difference between “yucca” and “yuca,” only one of which made its way into my stomach ...
Literally meaning “fire meat” in Korean (sounds fairly Neanderthalian, no?), this dish consists of thinly sliced beef that’s been marinated (traditionally in a mixture of ...
Guacamole broken down to its parts.
These sweet little morsels are popular in China, where they’re traditionally eaten on birthdays or New Year’s celebrations.
A trip to Jefferson’s just isn’t complete without a sampling of one of the restaurant’s many fried delicacies. This week’s visit — our first after the January fire that shuttered Jefferson’s until its grand reopening last week — included a basket of the Lawrence staple’s corn nuggets.
At Terrebonne, homemade slices of (very hefty) meatloaf are piled onto a toasted French roll with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions and the cafe’s special po’ boy sauce.
You’re likely to find a chimichanga — basically a deep-fried burrito — at almost any Mexican restaurant in town. What’s a little more off the beaten plate (ahem) is Tres Mexicanos’ sweet reworking of the Tex Mex favorite, which in this case involves dulce de leche. So, yum.
At KC Smoke Burger, chocolate and 100-percent Angus beef have been merged into one smoky, sweet creation.
For a sandwich modeled after chicken Parmesan that doesn't actually contain any animal protein, Yello Sub's Tempeh Parmesan offers a surprisingly meaty taste and texture.
These sweet little pouches take their name from the Shinto god Inari, who is believed to have a fondness for fried tofu — the more you know, as they say.
Looking through the hallowed archives of Off the Beaten Plate, it's pretty clear that my colleagues and I have a thing for innovative pizza creations.
They might look like a couple small pieces of chocolate cake from far away (remember Hostess Zingers? I do, because my mom never let me near them as a kid) but the salted caramel bacon pops at Ted’s Taphouse are a mostly savory affair.
Off the Beaten Plate visits Panda & Plum Garden to try the red bean pancake.
Trying out a dessert that's like China’s version of a crepe.
Off the Beaten Plate visits Tad's Pizzeria to try a pizza topped with spaghetti and meatballs.
I was a little suspicious upon catching my first glimpse of the spaghetti pie at Tad's Pizzeria, which despite the menu's description — a pizza topped with spaghetti, meatballs and Parmesan cheese — didn't exactly look like how I'd pictured it.
Off the Beaten Plate visits La Familia for a taste of their southwestern chicken egg rolls.