Grab those baby potatoes - yup, the little ones you just bought and are sitting patiently amongst the onions - and let’s stuff them with some cheesy goodness. Kids and adults alike will go mad for these twice baked potatoes.
eclectic food-for-thought for a changing world
I have written and podcasted many times over the years about by love of California Zinfandel and Zin-lead field blends. The tradition of the field blend was brought to California by Italian immigrants over 100 years ago and some of the...Show More Summary
We all love quesadillas, and we could all use more leafy greens in our diet, so let’s add some shredded kale to our cheese and tortillas and call it a “kale”sadilla! This could even be a rather clever way to get your kids to eat more greens. Though it’s not exactly “sneaky” as you can clearly see the kale. Continue reading "“Kale”sadilla" »
Plus some serious candy nerdery happening in Brooklyn. CLEVELAND— Spanish superchef Ferran Adrià, of elBulli fame, will visit the Museum of Contemporary Art on Sunday, November 16 to usher in the new exhibit "Ferran Adrià: Notes on Creativity."...Show More Summary
Tyson Foods has announced that, as of Oct. 1, it no longer uses antibiotics in its 35 chicken hatcheries. “Since the antibiotic typically used in hatcheries is important to human health, this is a significant first step toward our goal of reducing the use of antibiotics that are also used in human medicine,” the company... Continue Reading
I feel so lucky to be able to give away a Paderno 4-Blade Vegetable Spiralizer to one of you!! I've written about the Spiralizer in a recent recipe post Pad Thai Zoodles and also reviewed an older version (3-Blade) Paderno product in a video below. To enter the Giveaway for your very own Paderno 4-Blade Spiralizer, follow instructions...
“We’re talking about a business with something like a 95 percent failure rate,” Kevin Boehm said. “We’re always nervous when we open a restaurant.”
Many stories to pull from today! Let’s get right to it: A class action lawsuit against Templeton Rye has been given a green light to proceed. [USA Today] Spirits Business reports UK craft distilling is predicted to double in 2014. … Continue reading ?
One man blogs his journey in a $18,000 airline suite. Singapore Airlines charges a whopping $18,000 for a round-trip Singapore-NYC ticket in its ultra-luxury suites, and one recent passenger chronicled his trip in a series of photos....Show More Summary
There are still many long months before HBO’s beloved "Game of Thrones" returns, and even longer until author George R. R. Martin finishes the next book in the series, but at least fans can drown their sorrows in another "GOT"-inspired beer from Brewery Ommegang while they wait.
Featuring chef Spike Mendelsohn, chef John DeLucie, and Eater's own Kat Odell.
Long-term devices are now the first-line recommendation for women of all ages.
Travel Channel's "Booze Traveler" debuts November 24. After confirming its pilot pickup back in April, Travel Channel has announced a premiere date for its liquor-focused show Booze Traveler: The program will debut Monday, November 24. According...Show More Summary
It’s the top of the month and that means it’s time to look back at the best of the best that we’ve reviewed this week. We’re still enjoying a healthy onslaught of bourbons and whiskies thanks to the special/limited edition … Continue reading ?
From New York's Ommegang Brewery. Here's more fuel to add to your Game of Thrones drinking game (every time Tyrion Lannister drinks... drink!): New York's Ommegang Brewery has unleashed yet-another beer inspired by the insanely popular...Show More Summary
When the first pie landed on the table, our group of six nabbed slices eagerly. We'd made the pilgrimage to 90-year-old Totonno's on Coney Island and waited nearly an hour (at 4:30 p.m. on a Saturday afternoon) for our seats. We began eating, and then a silence fell. Show More Summary
Get ready to be punished for ordering lunch at lunchtime. Seamless, Postmates, Caviar — food delivery applications are popping up in urban areas with increasing regularity these days, and though they each have a different model for compensating...Show More Summary
This past month, we kept sipping the refreshing drinks of summer: cherry-lime rickeys, margaritas, and crisp, thirst-quenching beers. But we also declared it time to break out the bourbon and get started with our fall drinkin'.
It’s like you have this favorite indy band that nobody else knows about. You wear their T-shirt, and people stop you at parties. And then they start to get picked up. Before you know it, they’re so popular they’re playing Staples. And then they have their own reality...