Frederick, MD – Flying Dog Brewery’s smash success – Dead Rise OLD BAY® Summer Ale – is back by (extremely) pop… The post Flying Dog Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale Returns appeared first on thefullpint.com.
In anticipation of tomorrow's presidential election, Nigerian politicians are hoping to score some last-minute votes using bribes you can literally eat.
News reports are focusing on the Germanwings pilot's possible depression, following a familiar script in the wake of mass killings. But the evidence shows violence is extremely rare among the mentally ill.
Today was the Tesco press tasting, held at the Hospital Club in Endell Street. I headed there, fresh back from Cape Town this morning, after stopping off at home to greet the dogs (every time I travel they must wonder whether I will be c0ming back) and have a quick bath. Here are some wines that [...]
Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein which examines eating and drinking on screen. InShow More Summary
Much like Canadians, poutine comes in all shapes and sizes, and can be found re-interpreted and re-contextualized into all different kinds of sloppy, delicious messes across the country.
A martini taste test, a brand new stovetop, and some killer karaoke jams. See everything that went down this week at Serious Eats!
Sam Adams is positively pouring out the new releases this season for springtime, including three seasonals — Escape Route, Crystal Pale Ale, and Double Bock — and a new series of “west coast style” IPAs called Rebel Rider. Rebel Rider...Show More Summary
The Australian War Memorial is now the proud owner of a 97-year-old fruitcake that was originally baked in Downton Abbey times.
Will Smith is a producer. Alright, alright, alright: Oscar winner/Guy Fieri's best bud Matthew McConaughey is set to star in an upcoming movie about an infamous case of wine fraud. According to the Guardian, the movie — titled The Billionaire's...Show More Summary
The sharp blade on a mandoline transforms bulky root vegetables into ethereal shavings. (Article plus video.)
On a recent afternoon in downtown Los Angeles, Ricardo Zarate sat sipping from a paper cup of coffee in the lobby of the Biltmore Hotel. The setting — the hotel opened in 1923 with travertine walls, crystal chandeliers, marble fountains and frescoed mural ceilings painted by an artist who...
Denver, CO – On Wednesday, April 1st, Crooked Stave will release Petite Sour Raspberry, a 5.5% ABV mixed fermentation ale … The post Crooked Stave to Release Two New Fruited Petite Sours & Spring 2015 Vieille appeared first on thefullpint.com.
It's 67 minutes long. Everything at Noma — chef and foraging demigod René Redzepi's award-winning Copenhagen restaurant — is over-the-top and complex, including the music in the bathroom. Yes, that's right, even using the toilet at Noma is a deeply intellectual and revelatory experience. Show More Summary
Many people are still squeamish about eating insects, but snails are far less of a reach. We caught up with the UK’s principal supplier of live edible snails and snail farm starter kits to find out more about the land-molluscs we should be eating.
Arizona's legislature wants doctors to offer an unproven treatment to women who regret terminating their pregnancies.
When I first adopted Lolita from the Atlanta Humane Society in 2001, her name was Princess. She was in a room full of mangy cats, but she seemed very ladylike and elegant; she held herself differently, a Christine Baranski type, who wanted out of this dump. I took her home and gave her the name [...]
In addition to being delicious and surprisingly versatile, octopus is also easy to make home.
How one Massachusetts-born chef changed Creole food for a nation. "The Food Network is not why I have 12 restaurants," says chef Emeril Lagasse. He's reflecting on the dozen-restaurant empire that sparked 25 years ago this month, with the opening of his eponymous New Orleans classic, Emeril's. Show More Summary
Say it aloud: Chef Jacques La Merde What do you get when you cross fast food with fine dining? A brilliant new Instagram account that marries tongue-in-cheek humor with kitchen slang. Chef Jacques Lamerde — a pseudonym for a chef familiar with New Nordic plating techniques — has a penchant for fast junk food and crazy-cool flavor combinations. Show More Summary