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Make These Chorizo Fried Eggs and Become a Morning Person

The classic Mexican breakfast combo of eggs and chorizo makes it so much easier to leave the duvet cocoon. It's even good for hangovers.

Marco Pierre White Stars in New Cooking Competition Series 'Humble Pie'

It premieres in the UK October 16. British celebrity chef and bouillon cube shill Marco Pierre White will star in a new cooking show. According to the Daily Mail, Pierre White and model Melanie Sykes are set to play judge and host respectively on Humble Pie. Show More Summary

U.S. doesn't believe Russia's incursion into Turkey airspace was accidental

The U.S. does not believe Russia's incursion into Turkey's airspace was an accident, a senior U.S. official said Monday, adding that urgent talks are underway on what to do about the weekend incident. The official said the event is the type of unprofessional military conduct that U.S. Defense Secretary...

When will we say goodbye to cash?

How often has an amazing experience been ruined by a terrible ending? As a Chicago Cubs fan, I can name a few. Just take the 2003 season. Or consider any movie that fades out on an open-ended question that frustrates rather than provides a sense of closure. Hello, “The Matrix Revolutions.” What...

A Coconut Old Fashioned

Welcome to A Drink You Can Actually Make, Eater's first ever recipe series dedicated to simple cocktails from new bars across the country. Prolific East Coast restaurateur Stephen Starr is behind Miami's white hot, retro cool The Continental,...Show More Summary

Health Exam Help for Restaurants to Avoid Rodents, or Worse, a C

Consultants and some former city inspectors are charging monthly fees to provide practice on earning the highest grade from the city’s health department.

Soda Politics is published—today!

Today is the official publication date for Soda Politics.  This means it should now be available in bookstores and open for review and comment.   For more information, see the book page for it on this site.  There you will find the blurbs, reviews, media interviews, and the list of media resources—videos, audios, music, movies, commercials, and […]

U.S. commander: Afghans requested deadly hospital bombing

The top commander of U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan says the U.S. airstrike that killed 22 at a medical clinic in the city of Kunduz over the weekend was requested by Afghan forces. Gen. John F. Campbell, speaking at the Pentagon, said he was correcting an initial U.S. statement that...

Search in 5th day near Bahamas for missing U.S. ship, crew

The Coast Guard searched Monday for a fifth day near the Bahamas for a U.S. cargo ship carrying 33 people that has been missing since it encountered high winds and heavy seas from Hurricane Joaquin. Two cutters continued searching overnight for the 790-foot El Faro, and a C-130 aircraft was launched...

10 thoughts on the Bears' 22-20 win over the Raiders

Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears defeated the Oakland Raiders 22-20 Sunday at Soldier Field, the first victory of the John Fox and Ryan Pace era. 1. The biggest difference on defense a week after the Bears showed improvement in a loss at Seattle was the play of Tracy Porter. He stepped into...

U.S. Senate candidate admits to sacrificing goat, drinking its blood

Two years ago, Augustus Sol Invictus walked from central Florida to the Mojave Desert and spent a week fasting and praying, at times thinking he wouldn't survive. In a pagan ritual to give thanks when he returned home, he killed a goat and drank its blood.Now that he's a candidate for U.S. Senate,...

My Quest to Find the Holy Grail of Cheeses Wasn’t Easy

Being violently hungover is a difficult way to start a road trip, but I set out on an adventure through the the Pyrenees to find some of the greatest cheeses in the world.

Dunkin' Donuts Employee Writes '#Blacklivesmatter' on Police Officer's Coffee Cup

The union called the move "unacceptable and discouraging." A Rhode Island police union is outraged over what a Dunkin' Donuts employee wrote on an officer's coffee cup. According to Go Local Prov, a Providence police officer purchased a coffee Friday night from a local Dunkin' Donuts. Show More Summary

Back to Portugal, off to the Douro again

I’m off to Portugal this evening. Back to the Douro, for some quality time with the Douro Boys. I remember my first visit to the Douro. It was back in May 2002. I’d been to a wine dinner and met this Portuguese winemaker. A bloke called Dirk Niepoort. I sat next to him, and at the [...]

Legal marijuana stirs hope in Illinois town

A skunky aroma fills the room in which hundreds of lush marijuana plants grow, some nearly ready for harvest. Grower Ashley Thompson, a former high school agriculture teacher in this rural part of southeastern Illinois, takes the scent of weed home with her.She doesn't mind. It's the fragrance...

Reservations start Monday for Intro's newest menu

Stephen Gillanders, the latest chef-in-residence at Intro restaurant (2300 N. Lincoln Park West, 773-868-0002), will debut his menu on Oct. 29, and reservations are available Monday. Intro, for those who came in late, is a Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises restaurant launched by founder Rich Melman;...

When a Genetic ID Card is the Difference Between Life and Death

A simple genetic test can stop a severe drug reaction that causes people's skin to peel off in sheets. Why isn't it more commonly used?

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