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These crisp, light fritters taste like nothing but fresh lobster and sweet corn. Slideshow: Fantastic Summer Hors d’O...

To make the perfect roll, Valerie Luu and Katie Kwan cook the filling ahead of time and wet the rice paper with their...

Once a week, a fish-and-chips truck rolls into Methlick, the near-restaurant-less Scottish town where Matt Canlis liv...

In this classic Latin American dish known as tostones, unripe plantains are sliced, smashed and fried twice, until go...

Adding shredded butternut squash to mini potato pancakes adds a touch of sweetness and a nice orange hue. Slideshow:...

Top Chef star Dale Talde serves his outstanding, crispy fried steak with a richly flavored gravy spiked with curry po...

At Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria, Justin Smillie goes through 60 cases of artichokes a week to keep up with the demand...

These fried garlic chips from chef Roy Choi of Los Angeles’s Kogi BBQ—made simply by frying garlic slices in canola o...

One of Roy Choi’s favorite Honolulu spots is Side Street Inn. “The first time I went there, I was blown away by the d...

For Roy Choi, these crispy egg-and-panko-coated chicken cutlets, generally made with pork in Japan, represent somethi...

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