A close-up of a jar of pikliz.

Pikliz, a spicy Haitian condiment, gets a lot of love in South Florida’s food scene

The spicy pickled medley of shredded cabbage and carrots is ubiquitous to Haitian cuisine. But in South Florida, its popularity has spread well beyond the Haitian community.

a collage of photos from Kashyap's dinner

Cross-border meals connect people from countries in conflict

The kebab, France's third most popular take-away food, is caught up in a battle for French identity.

‘Kebab-aphobia’ grips the French port city of Marseille


Head to the US-Mexico border and find a Chinese food scene like none other

Tony Gemignani's Neapolitan margherita pizza.

How Tony Gemignani shocked the pizza world

Chicken paprikash with nokedli

Why chicken paprikash is sure to warm your day


Another winter storm has gripped the US, from the Midwest all the way to the East Coast. But don’t worry: Chef Anita Lo tells us about a dish that’s sure to warm us up — chicken paprikash.

Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich from Ba Le restaurant in Dorchester, MA.

Come along on a tasting tour of some of Boston’s best international cuisine


Brazilian seafood stew, Vietnamese Banh Mi or Armenian Lahmajun — those are just some of the tasty delights on the menu for PRI’s The World’s Marco Werman and food critic Steve Dolinsky as they take a culinary tour of Boston.

Annie and Rhys Cok

Pigs’ feet and roasted ginger made my traditional postpartum month off


In Chinese tradition, women who give birth are supposed to spend a month indoors with their new babies. It’s not easy to follow that tradition here in the US, but one second-generation Chinese American woman in New York City did savor one part of the tradition — special foods made by her mother-in-law.

A vegetarian kebab is seen at OUR restaurant near the Saint-Lazare train station in Paris October 27, 2014.

The French far right is fighting what it calls ‘the kebabization’ of France


New kebab houses have been opening up around France for some time and the far-right National Front Party says it’s a problem. They say they represent a threat to French cuisine — but it’s really about immigrants influencing “French” culture.

Front of the Boopshi restaurant

A book of recipes connects brothers to their Austrian heritage


Ben and Ed Robson didn’t know much about their cultural background until they discovered a family recipe book. That inspired the brothers to start their own restaurant.