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  • New Startup Promises to Send You Beer Brewery's Only Sell in Their Taprooms
    One of the craft beer world’s biggest problems is actually a good problem to have: America has too many amazing beers to try and many of them are nearly impossible to get your hands on. I’m not even talking about vaunted brews like the Alche…
    - 19 May 17, 10:31am -
  • 5 Kitchen Essentials DŌ Founder Kristen Tomlan Can't Live Without
    Kristen Tomlan, founder of DŌ Cookie Dough Confections, loves to cook almost as much as she loves to make cookie dough. She shared her five kitchen essentials when she stopped by the F&W Test Kitchen this week to make her Sprinkle Cookie Bo…
    - 19 May 17, 10:12am -
  • Bacon Camp Is Very Real and You Can Go This Summer
    American’s bacon craze is far from over. During the bacon-obsession boom we have been blessed with bacon Pop Tarts and bacon-scented boxers, and we now know what happens to your body when you eat too much bacon. The trend will never die. Maybe…
    - 19 May 17, 9:11am -
  • Restaurant Site Zomato Suffered a Huge Hack
    It sounds like it’s been a wild day for Zomato. Less than 24 hours ago, the restaurant discovery site that boasts over 120 million users every month announced that about 17 million user records were stolen from its database. But in a bizarre t…
    - 18 May 17, 4:39pm -
  • Nick Offerman Tries to Open a Whisky Distillery in This New Video and It's Hilarious
    Nick Offerman once sat and drank whisky for 45 minutes in a video that's since gone viral. So, no, we can't say we were too surprised to hear about his latest misadventures—which are similarly futile, but equally entertaining.In this lates…
    - 18 May 17, 4:34pm -
  • People Are Waiting in Lines for Hours to Get a Taste of Cheese Tea
    Cheese tea. It's tea. With cheese in it. And we cannot stop Googling it, staring at it, or wishing we had some right now to try.If you've never heard of the stuff, don't beat yourself up too much. It's only just beginning to become popular i…
    - 18 May 17, 4:09pm -
  • Dragon's Breath Is the World’s Hottest Pepper—And Eating It Could Kill You
    Some peppers are so spicy that one bite might leave you wishing you were dead. With this pepper, it’s so spicy you could literally end up dead. Mike Smith, who runs Tom Smith Plants in St Asaph, Wales, claims he’s bred a new pepper that is s…
    - 18 May 17, 3:47pm -
  • The Worst Day of the Year to Go Out to Dinner, According to Gordon Ramsay
    In a new interview with Delish, everyone's favorite grumpy British chef, Gordon Ramsay, is back with more truth bombs. This time, he's letting us in on some juicy restaurant business secrets. First up, he divulges the number one night you s…
    - 18 May 17, 3:46pm -
  • Inside a Bestselling Syrian Cookbook From the 13th Century
    We can learn a lot from an old cookbook. And the recent release of Scents and Flavors: A Syrian Cookbook, a new translation from NYU Press’s Library of Arabic Literature, provides a glimpse of social history that feels particularly timely. …
    - 18 May 17, 3:27pm -
  • 90s Lovers, Rejoice: Clearly Canadian Is Back on Shelves
    If there was one drink that flavored the 90s, it was Clearly Canadian: a Wild Cherry packed in a lunch bags was the surefire way to be the envy of middle school classmates. A Raspberry paired with a couple of Jewel-Osco chicken tenders was the w…
    - 18 May 17, 3:19pm -

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San Fran Chronicle: The Cocktailian

  • The Bloody Nail - a hybrid of two beloved drinks
    Zachary Nelson from the Continental Room in Fullerton (Orange County) did something similar recently, but instead of reconstructing just one drink, he merged two classics.If you make a Rusty Nail with equal parts of each ingredient, you'll end up w…
    - 30 May 14, 6:34pm -
  • Ajax: A smoky glassful, soothed with vinegar
    Romania has joined the cocktail craze, and if Calin's drink is anything to go by, they're off to a very strong start. Since genever used to be known as Dutch courage (soldiers in the Netherlands fortified themselves with it before battle), Calin dec…
    - 16 May 14, 6:48pm -
  • Drinking a Fernando sure to bring a smile
    In the 1970s, I tended bar at Drake's Drum, a neighborhood joint on Manhattan's Upper East Side that catered to rugby players, their groupies and a host of characters who gravitated toward the bar simply because it was a friendly place and the drinks…
    - 4 Apr 14, 6:00pm -
  • The bitter truth: Use freely in cocktails
    There was an invisible line behind the bar that I wasn't allowed to cross, effectively chaining me to one-third of the bar's length and allowing me to serve a few guests, though my main job was to make drinks for the servers.Kevin went on to become…
    - 21 Mar 14, 8:12pm -
  • Down Under bartender goes over the top with banana liqueur
    After starting his work life as an air-conditioning engineer, Gorge switched careers in his mid-30s.Gorge blossomed at Cloud 9, and before long he was asked to help teach the art of hospitality to disadvantaged youths.[...] Gorge says the positiv…
    - 7 Mar 14, 6:06pm -
  • The perfect cocktail for Valentine's Day?
    Romantic drinks tend to be soft and sweet, and many of them lean toward pink hues, crimson cherries, Champagne and rose petals."Love Is Like a Bottle of Gin" is the name of a song recorded by the Magnetic Fields, and the lyrics come very close to c…
    - 7 Feb 14, 2:05pm -
  • A bubbly new drink for New Year's Eve
    The original Champagne Cocktail, featuring a bitters-soaked sugar cube drowning in Champagne, dates back at least to the mid-1800s, and, in my opinion, it's still one of the finest cocktails on earth.Yet no matter how hard I racked my brain for a s…
    - 27 Dec 13, 6:24pm -
  • A resurrected cocktail that's worth a taste
    Internet search engines certainly have made life easier for everyone, but when they're used for serious research, there are pitfalls.After reading "Imbibe" cover to cover in a single day, I felt as though I knew exactly what it was like to hang wit…
    - 13 Dec 13, 6:39pm -
  • Bring those at odds together with a Jake Barnes
    I was born in the fine county of Lancashire in northwest England, and like any good Lancastrian I was born with an innate dislike of anything from Yorkshire, the large county that lies to the east. We've been at odds with one another for the past 600…
    - 29 Nov 13, 5:00pm -
  • Trip down memory lane leads to a winning cocktail
    A woman who hung out regularly at this place went by the name of Mary Ball, and if memory serves she worked at an advertising agency.Mary lived in the apartment directly above the bar, and on weekends she'd leave a note for whoever was tending bar…
    - 8 Nov 13, 8:16pm -

Saveur: Wine & Drink

  • 11 Cocktails to Make By the Batch

    11 Cocktails to Make By the Batch

    Packed with seasonal fruits and herbs, these libations are colorful, fun, and perfect foils to the heat and smoke of flame-kissed grilled foods.
    - 34 days ago, 25 Aug 20, 10:25am -
  • 17 Unique Bacon and Egg Combinations

    17 Unique Bacon and Egg Combinations

    Go beyond the classic breakfast presentation—these bacon and egg combos are just perfect at any time of day.
    - 35 days ago, 24 Aug 20, 11:49am -
  • How to Make Easy Skillet Cod with Brown-Butter Tomato Sauce

    How to Make Easy Skillet Cod with Brown-Butter Tomato Sauce

    A fragrant, French-inspired sauce of brown butter, summer tomatoes, and vermouth is the star of this easy one-pan fish dinner.
    - 48 days ago, 11 Aug 20, 1:53pm -
  • Choosing An Electric Knife

    Choosing An Electric Knife

    Don’t make a mess—while traditional knives are important, an electric knife offers a stress-free way to carve delicate pieces meat and fish without turning them into shreds. From hefty turkeys to crusty loaves of bread, there's a good reason an e…
    - 48 days ago, 11 Aug 20, 12:02pm -
  • Our Picks for Pressure Cookers

    Our Picks for Pressure Cookers

    A pressure cooker is able to cook food in a matter of minutes rather than the hours it would take a traditional crock pot. This kitchen tool is an absolute necessity for any busy household. From the ever-popular Instant Pot to rice cookers that will…
    - 48 days ago, 11 Aug 20, 11:03am -
  • Our Favorite Countertop Microwave Ovens

    Our Favorite Countertop Microwave Ovens

    A countertop microwave can accomplish many kitchen tasks with the touch of a single button. The days of using a microwave oven to simply make popcorn or warm the cheese on a batch of nachos have passed us by. Today’s microwave ovens are smart, fast…
    - 53 days ago, 6 Aug 20, 3:28pm -
  • Griddle Your Way to Gourmet Cookie Perfection with These Cookie Irons

    Griddle Your Way to Gourmet Cookie Perfection with These Cookie Irons

    Chocolate chip, peanut-butter, oatmeal raisin—these are the greatest hits we grew up with here in America. We love them dearly of course, but over in Europe there’s a bit of an artistic touch served in the form of a simple cookie. If you enjoy ba…
    - 53 days ago, 6 Aug 20, 2:16pm -
  • Tomato, Tomahto—30 Recipes to Cook Right Now

    Tomato, Tomahto—30 Recipes to Cook Right Now

    Lush, flavorful, and abundant for the season, summer tomatoes showcase the best of summer's bounty.
    - 53 days ago, 6 Aug 20, 12:20pm -
  • Every Cook Needs a Great Stand Mixer

    Every Cook Needs a Great Stand Mixer

    A good stand mixer (unlike hand mixers or immersion blenders) is built to eliminate the elbow grease from the biggest stirring chores. A stand mixer is also capable of so much more than just bringing your next batch of cookie dough together. Today's…
    - 53 days ago, 6 Aug 20, 10:15am -
  • 15 Slurpable and Satisfying Cold Soups

    15 Slurpable and Satisfying Cold Soups

    These refreshing recipes are the essential bowls of summer.
    - 56 days ago, 3 Aug 20, 1:26pm -

WSJ: Food & Drink

Sunset: Food & Wine

  • 9 Stellar Spanish Recipes

    9 Stellar Spanish Recipes

    Paella, sangria, tapas—Spanish food seems to be popping up more and more these days, with all sorts of inventive spins on the traditional recipes (plus those too). Here’s a taste to cook at home
    - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
  • The Sweeter Side of Meyer Lemons

    The Sweeter Side of Meyer Lemons

    Prized for their floral aroma and mild flavor, they really shine at dessert
    - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
  • 16 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Easter

    16 Delicious Ways to Celebrate Easter

    Easy hot-cross buns, golden baked ham, juicy lamb, and ideas for a make-ahead brunch
    - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
  • The Cake with a Thousand Faces

    The Cake with a Thousand Faces

    Fruit and more can star in this quick dessert
    - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
  • Stones and Fog

    Stones and Fog

    Terrain shapes the taste in Northern California’s Santa Cruz Mountains
    - 31 Dec 69, 7:00pm -
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