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Yelp Goes Undercover to Crack Down on Fake Reviews

Real people, fake reviews In the age of the internet, online reviews can make or break a business — which is why some businesses offer free food or other rewards in exchange for positive reviews, or even pay shady companies to generate reviews for them. Show More Summary

Cupcake Wars' Only 4-Time Winner Bakes Gluten-Free in Lake Oswego

The winning flavors are now available at Kyra's Bake Shop The owner of Kyra’s Bake Shop, Kyra Bussanich is the first person to ever win the Food Network's Cupcake Wars four times, and she even did it baking gluten-free. It all went down yesterday, May 2, on the Cupcake War's Ultimate Showdown Challenge, the first new Cupcake Wars episode in a year. Show More Summary

The Case for Mastering Basic Knife Skills

Learning how to properly sharpen and use your knife will make your workload lighter and your food taste better.

Oskar Blues Now Available in All 50 States

(Longmont, CO, Brevard, NC, Austin, TX)  – Oskar Blues Brewery, the brewery that launched the canned beer apocalypse, ann… The post Oskar Blues Now Available in All 50 States appeared first on

‘Tiny Kitchen’ Videos Cook Up Real Food In Doll-Sized Portions

They've fried hard shell tacos, made a gooey pot of queso, even whipped up a batch of rainbow sprinkle-covered doughnuts. All in a dollhouse kitchen roughly 1/12 the normal size.

The Hottest Brewer in America Doesn't Even Brew

Yes, I'm telling you, perhaps the hottest brewer in America at the moment doesn't really brew. Instead, he buys other breweries' not-yet-fermented beer—known as "wort"—which he then totes back to his brewery, er, blendery....

failproof crêpes + a crêpe party

Failproof Crêpes Yield: 11 to 12 9-inch crêpes 3 tablespoons (45 grams) unsalted butter, plus more for buttering pan 1 1/4 cup (295 ml) milk (and sometimes a splash more) 4 large eggs 1 cup (125 grams) all-purpose flour Two pinches of salt In the bottom of a large bowl, melt your butter halfway, then […]

Slingbox M2 Review & Giveaway

Between housework, school schedules, work, travel, and kids' sports activities, I actually spend very little time in front of my television. Each month, when the cable bill comes in, I cringe because I know I'm not using what I'm paying for. Last year, I purchased a Slingbox to help solve the problem. Show More Summary

Our Philadelphia CBC Seminar Picks

The Bar Towel is proud to once again present our annual preview of the Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America (CBC), taking place from May 3rd to 6th, 2016 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Part...Show More Summary

How to make your own Sriracha

Homemade hot sauce? It's easier than you think. Puree a handful of ingredients, then simmer them for a few minutes to marry the flavors. Strain the mixture and bottle it, and you're good to go. Vary the chiles or spices to suit your tastes — it's really that easy. Then store the good stuff in the...

McDonald's Releases New Garlic Fries - but There's a Catch

McDonald's recently tested chocolate fries - that choice may have been questionable, but the new garlic fries that the burger chain has released sound on point. The fast food giant announced in a press release that it has rolled outShow More Summary

James Beard Award Winners; The Wine Industry Hates Donald Trump

Five things to know today Last night, dozens of shiny new James Beard Awards were handed out to top notch restaurant industry professionals in a gala and ceremony held at the Lyric Opera House in Chicago. Catch up on all of the action...Show More Summary

Where to Drink in Louisville During the Kentucky Derby, Mapped

There’s a world beyond mint juleps The Kentucky Derby is fast approaching, but there is more to drink in Louisville than the Track's typical mint julep. Over the last few years, the city’s craft cocktail scene has exploded. Its urban...Show More Summary

Beyoncé Invests in a Beverage Line, and Strangely It Isn't Lemonade

Is watermelon water the new coconut water? Fresh off blowing minds with the release of her infidelity-themed visual album last month, Beyoncé's latest endeavor involves a beverage company — but strangely enough, it's not lemonade. Rather,...Show More Summary

Eric Ripert Looks Back on a Youth Both Tender and Tough

In a new memoir, the Le Bernardin chef recalls an upbringing marked by pain.

How a Small Town Became the Capital of HIV in America

Rampant drug use in Austin, Indiana—coupled with unemployment and poor living conditions—brought on a public-health crisis that some are calling a “syndemic.”

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