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The Irreparable Loss of Cairo’s Street Café District

In the last four years, the Cairo café district known as el-Borsa has been raided by the police for its role in fostering a revolution, as well as its reputation for attracting drug dealers, sex workers, and gay men. In March, it was shut down for good.

Smog City Brewing: Cuddlebug Release This Saturday!

(Torrance,CA) – To say we’re excited about this release is a BIT of an understatement. Patience is a virtue and after t… The post Smog City Brewing: Cuddlebug Release This Saturday! appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Massive growth in Illinois craft beer predicted with new law

Revolution Brewing is one of the nation's fastest-growing breweries, but its blistering growth has knocked it out of compliance with Illinois' liquor law.

Vegan Smokey Grilled Asparagus and White Bean Spread with Fresh Dill

Yield: approximately 2+ cups I am headed to an outdoor concert at The Hermitage Museum in Norfolk tomorrow evening and I think I’ll take along this crowd pleaser.  I took it to a party on Saturday night and everyone seemed to love it, even with a garnish of peanuts that the hostess accidentally spilled on […]

Popeyes Employees Stage a Walkout of 94-Degree Restaurant

The thermostat had a "do not touch" sign posted on it. Working in a fast-food restaurant surrounded by fryers and heat lamps can no doubt get a little warm — but can workers be expected to withstand indoor temperatures north of 90 degrees?...Show More Summary

If This Côte de Boeuf Is Good Enough for Bourdain, It’s Good Enough for You

Bourdain tells us how to make a giant, juicy roast of meat, cooked to a deep and beautiful pink that rests right between rare and medium rare. Get your most badass knife out.

Surmount strawberries' baking barriers

Is there a more beautiful harbinger of summer than the strawberry?

How Dorothea Lange Taught Us To See Hunger And Humanity

Perhaps no one did more to show us the human toll of the Great Depression than Lange, who was born on this day in 1895. Her photos of farm workers and others have become iconic of the era.

Salsa Recalled for Potential Botulism Risk

Jose Madrid Salsa of Zanesville, OH, has recalled its mild salsa because the jars are not properly sealed and therefore present a health risk. Improperly sealed jars can lead to product spoilage or contamination by the bacteria that cause botulism. An unknown number of jar lids may have been convex instead of vacuum sealed, according to... Continue Reading

Big Jones’ Historic (and Groundbreaking) Take on Southern Food in Chicago

Paul Fehribach had me at circa — as in "Old Virginia fried steak, circa 1824." The Southern menu at Big Jones, Fehribach’s restaurant in Chicago, includes a few modern standards like pimento cheese and shrimp and grits but also many rarities inspired directly from period cookbooks and texts. Show More Summary

Jellyfish Stings Might Make You Allergic to Natto

Being outdoors can expose you to critters that sting—and believe it or not, a sting by the wrong varmint might mean that you can no longer eat the foods you love. Natto lovers, stay out of the ocean.

Aaron Franklin's New PBS Series is a Barbecue Variety Show

A brief Eater Q&A with the show's executive producer. Austin barbecue sensation Aaron Franklin is certainly staying busy these days. Just last month he published a cookbook (which includes a seven-and-a-half page recipe for his hallowed...Show More Summary

Nazuki (Georgian Spice Bread)

Bread-baking is intimidating to some, what with the kneading and the rising. But this recipe is so simple, anyone can do it. Plus, it's really, really, tasty.

Review: Pickett’s Ginger Beer Concentrated Syrup

Pickett’s approach to ginger beer was a new one for me: Rather than bottle or can a finished product, Pickett’s makes ginger syrup, which you mix with sparkling water to make on-the-spot ginger beer. It’s a more efficient way to… Continue reading ? The post Review: Pickett’s Ginger Beer Concentrated Syrup appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Danny Meyer Remains Mum on Shake Shack Spin-off Chicken Shack

Even Gayle King couldn't coax the truth about Chicken Shack out of Danny Meyer. After the recent reopening of the original Shake Shack location in Madison Square Park, founder Danny Meyer and CEO Randy Garutti appeared on CBS This Morning to talk about the reopening and the future of the popular burger chain. Show More Summary

Have Allagash Mattina Rossa, Mission Hard Rootbeer and Anderson Valley Gose Shipped to Your Door

We have some more highly rated summertime beer drinking ready for you.  Today’s catches include the rare and tasty Allaga… The post Have Allagash Mattina Rossa, Mission Hard Rootbeer and Anderson Valley Gose Shipped to Your Door appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Chicken Noodle Magiritsa

Andy Milonakis and Cat Cora were feeling Greek when they devised this semi-homemade soup that combines classic Campbell's Chicken Noodle with lamb offal.

These Grilled Kabobs Are Easy and Essential For Any Get Together

Easy grilled kabob recipes for all your Summer barbecues - Southern Living Avocados in ranch dressing? Genius. - HuffPost Taste Mushrooms are the new kale - PureWow The 10 chain restaurants you'll want to bring your family to - The Daily Meal This oatmeal hack will give you happier mornings - POPSUGAR Fitness Refresh and revitalize with a berry tasty smoothie - Eatwell101

Delta Throws Pizza Party for Delayed Flight

In a genius move, Delta crew cheers up delayed passengers sitting on a runway by ordering pizza directly to the airplane. It looks as though Delta Airlines has found the secret to quieting down cranky passengers during delays, and the answer is simpler than you think: pizza. Show More Summary

Being a Bouncer Means Breaking Up Lots of Fights Over Spilled Drinks

If you can picture it, I’m 6’ 8” and 315 pounds. I was always considered the nice guy out of my friends, and I don’t have a threatening or intimidating manner. But I’ve now been doing security for eight years.

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