Eating raw deer meat from a stone slab feels more chic than caveman-ish with this appetizer.
In the Himalayan mountains, where most homes don’t have central heat, residents eat a lot of this spicy, satisfying soup to take off winter’s chill.
What you’re really looking at is a layer of deep fried mac and cheese in a new creation on the menu at Bigg’s BBQ.
It’s almost like they’ve disguised the banana by turning it into a fritter dessert with a delicious candy-like coating.
It’s looks like your standard deep-fried dish, but it’s far from it.
Nicknamed “Hawaii’s Steak,” the salty luncheon meat has found its way onto the Japanese, Hawaiian-Pacific menu.
What better way to complete a cup of hot cocoa or coffee than by submerging a giant homemade marshmallow into the beverage.
We really don’t need another reason to indulge in a plate of pasta, but the bison bolognese at Merchants Pub and Plate just gave us one.
You’re not going to find these Asian breads by accident.
“Yum” is right there in the name.
For those with an empire state of mind, yet another New-York style pizzeria has hit Lawrence.
If you’re the type of person who enjoys dipping doughy carbs into warm cheese, this is the appetizer for you.
Chicken biryani at Cosmos Indian Store & Cafe
Kufta Kabob at Mediterranean Market and Cafe.
Named after “Blondie” comic strip character Dagwood Bumstead who dreamt of a multilayered sandwich stacked with a variety of obscure meats, cheese, and condiments, the “Dagwood’s Dream” at Yello Sub will satisfy multiple cravings at once.
One of Vietnam’s favorite street foods has immigrated to Lawrence.
Outside of fair week and summer festivals, Indian Tacos get harder to find. But one North Lawrence establishment serves them up every Tuesday.
The ultimate fourth meal: an entire greasy breakfast and a pizza in one.
Most any noodles, any way, are tasty and satisfying. But some are more fun than others, namely if they’re shaped and fried to form a thick, crispy nest for the rest of the food on your plate.
Whatever you’re buying at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, there’s a high probability it’s coated in chocolate: apples, frozen cheesecake slices, pretzels, marshmallows, potato chips ... wait, potato chips?