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We Did Not See This Huge News From Alton Brown Coming, but We Love It!

After Alton Brown teased an exciting announcement on a recent Facebook Live video, saying, "There's something coming, really big coming Thanksgiving, but I can't tell you what it is," he finally let fans in on the secret. Eat Your Science,...Show More Summary

Fans Are Losing Their Sht Over Chrissy Teigen's Next Cookbook

Chrissy Teigen took to Twitter to crowdsource the theme of her next cookbook, and her followers couldn't help but react to the "LightER (not diet!)" option. Brainstorming next cookbook! What do you guys want? Let me know if something...Show More Summary

Tickets On Sale Now for Cider Summit Seattle – Sept. 9-10, 2016

(Seattle, WA) – Cider Summit is pleased to announce that advance purchase tickets to attend Cider Summit Seattle are now on s… The post Tickets On Sale Now for Cider Summit Seattle – Sept. 9-10, 2016 appeared first on thefullpint.co...

What’s the Deal With Anthony Bourdain’s NYC Food Market?

Hurry up and wait, basically When news broke in early 2014 that Anthony Bourdain was working on a New York food hall project, the internet basically exploded. And for good reason: What could be better than a massive culinary marketplace curated by Mr. Show More Summary

Singapore Street Food Guide: What and Where to Eat

Explore the best cheap eats like kaya toast, Hainanese chicken rice, and wanton noodles It's no great secret that Singapore is a food obsessive's paradise. But while Singapore may be world-renowned for its famed chili crabs, these crustaceans rarely make the plate of a regular Singaporean lunch or dinner due to their hefty price tag. Show More Summary

Party Pro Move: This Make-Ahead Fizzy Strawberry Pisco Punch

This batchable summer pisco cocktail starts with strawberries and fresh thyme, tart lemon, and fizzy, bright sparkling wine.

The Science of Ice Cream; Matt Damon on How to Win a Bar Fight

Six things to know right now Congratulations, you've made it through another week. Celebrate by making some ice cream this weekend. Or dive into Eater restaurant editor and roving critic Bill Addison's shiny new list of the 21 best new restaurants across the country. Show More Summary

The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Detroit’s Oldest Beer

When Detroit collapsed in spectacular fashion, the demise of Stroh’s—cheap suds once popular on college campuses and with the blue-collar crowd—wasn’t far behind. Starting in the late 1980s, the brand quietly faltered, then mostly vanished from store shelves outside Michigan over the last two decades.

Rib Eye with Nam Jim

You could cook any meat and serve it with nam jim and have a perfect meal always.

Make Vibrant Mezze the Whole Meal

These Middle Eastern and Mediterranean small plates are a brilliant solution for summertime dining.

blackberry cheesecake galette

That was close. We almost went half the summer without a new pie recipe. I do solemnly swear to never let that happen. Common cooking theory goes that galettes are a lazy person's pie, except one person's lazy is might just be another person having life priorities that do not include lattice-weaving, I'm just saying. Show More Summary

These Immaculately Embroidered Snacks Stir Up Nostalgia

Nicola Gibson embroiders snacks from the past to celebrate the Norfolk Contemporary Craft Society and packaging of the past. Read more on MAKE The post These Immaculately Embroidered Snacks Stir Up Nostalgia appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

Celebrate Edward Hopper’s birthday with some peach recipes.

Farmers market report: Figs are in season

What’s in season: The many varieties of figs can usually be divided into two classes: green and black. Here in California, black figs — including smaller Mission and larger, paler Brown Turkey — are most often eaten fresh, as they’re generally sweeter and have a more pronounced flavor. Green figs...

Why America Is a Global Outlier on Abortion

Just like Bahrain and Belarus, the U.S. rarely funds abortions for poor women.

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