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Review: Fort Point Manzanita Smoked Altbier

San Francisco’s Fort Point Beer Company presents this collaboration with Germany’s Freigeist. Manzanita is a heavily smoked ale made from malt that’s been smoked with both beechwood and manzanita (a common evergreen shrub) branches. The overpowering smokiness on the nose is… Continue reading ?

The Disturbing Reason You'll Want to Avoid Alaskan Salmon at All Costs

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an official warning about the possible presence of Diphyllobothrium - otherwise known as a Japanese tapeworm - in Alaskan salmon. Oh, you were thinking about sushi tonight? YouShow More Summary

How to Make French Toast Pizza, Which Tastes as Brilliant as It Sounds

This dish was actually conceived by one of England’s most respected chefs, Lee Tiernan of St. John and St. John Bread & Wine fame—possibly during a notably wretched hangover.

10 Skillet Lasagnas (For When You Don't Want to Bother With the Casserole)

Lasagna on a weeknight? Sounds like a fat chance with all the parboiling, prep work, layering, and hour of baking involved. When time isn't on your side but you need that fix of lasagna noodles saturated in tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, consider these skillet recipes a satisfactory compromise. Related: You Need These 23 Lasagna Recipes in Your Life Immediately

Here's Exactly What a Sous Vide Is and What to Make With It

It's the year of the sous vide, but what the heck is a sous vide, anyway? In case you're unfamiliar with the fancy-sounding term, allow this basic breakdown to help. A sous vide is a cooking tool that allows you to cook food in vacuum-sealed bags that are placed in a temperature-controlled water bath. Show More Summary

How to Deal with Drug Abuse in the Kitchen

It was all over when I discovered a modified smoking vessel with some non-marijuana debris still in it deeply stashed in the restroom.

20 Awesome Foods You Don't Know You Can Get at Cost Plus World Market

When you think of Cost Plus World Market, you may think of imported furniture or cool, decorative accents, yet the store contains within its four walls a plethora of foods from all over the world for a fraction of the price. Hawaiian coffee, French mustard, German gummy candy, and flavors of Japanese Pocky you've never even heard of await you. Show More Summary

Could the Lunar Cycle Be Affecting the Taste of Your Wine?

Skeptical of this new-age concept, a group of Australian researchers recently set out to test the relationship between wine and the lunar patterns for themselves.

Pickle Enthusiasts Are Going to Freak Out Over This NYC Eatery

Growing up Jewish in New York City suburbs, pickles have been a staple of my diet for many years. There's nothing like the crunchy, crisp, sour taste of a New York deli pickle. Food is such an enormous part of Jewish culture that asShow More Summary

Review: Double Nickel Brewing Pilsner and Vienna Lager

Pennsauken New Jersey’s Double Nickel Brewing has been open since October of 2015, adding to a very vibrant brewing community in Southern New Jersey. Here are two of their flagship beers. Double Nickel Brewing Pilsner – Brewed with Noble hops,… Continue reading ?

Scenes from Fast Food Workers’ Protest Against Trump’s Labor Pick

Members of the Fight for $15 movement and their supporters gathered throughout the country, most often in front of Carl's Jr and Hardee's restaurants, to voice their opposition to Andrew's Puzder's likely appointment to the position of Labor Secretary.

The 1 Thing That's Making Your Roasted Vegetables Soggy - and How to Fix It

Roasting vegetables is one of the easiest and most flavorful ways to prepare them... if you do it right. If you've ever roasted veggies only to be disappointed by their soggy texture, there's a simple reason that happened and an easy way to fix it: you might be overcrowding the sheet pan. Show More Summary

Order Firestone 16, Kern River River Buddy and More Right Now!

We are back with some more great craft beers from our amigos over at Bine & Vine Bottle Shop.  This family owned business caref… The post Order Firestone 16, Kern River River Buddy and More Right Now! appeared first on thefullpint.c...

Live-Stream Restaurant Brings a Touch of ‘The Truman Show’ to Brooklyn

Everyone in the world can now watch you eat fried chicken and waffles in real time p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Helvetica} span.s1 {letter-spacing: 0.0px} The young ladies in the front room talking about theirShow More Summary

The 8 Most Essential Places to Eat in Venice Beach

Venice has treasures old and new when it comes to its restaurants and bars, from crazy-hyped Gjelina to the classic appeal of The Great Western Steak & Hoagie.

18 Recipes That Prove Tyler Florence Is King of Game Day

If anyone knows how to make game day food, it's chef Tyler Florence. With roots in Greenville, SC, and a popular restaurant called Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco, the Food Network host and chef has tried-and-true recipes for everyone's favorites, from buttermilk biscuits to homemade potato chips and fried chicken. Show More Summary

What the Hell Is Ube, and Why Are You Seeing It Everywhere?

A photo posted by Jessica • Travel & Food (@cheatdayeats) on Jan 9, 2017 at 9:14am PST Ube, pronounced oo-bae originated in the Philippines and refers to bright purple sweet potato that is traditionally boiled and mashed with condensed milk and butter to form essentially dessert mashed potatoes. Show More Summary

Obamacare Repeal Moves a Step Closer to Reality

The House approves a budget resolution granting Congress the authority to scrap most of the health law with simple majority votes.

A Guide to North America's Essential Restaurants, Winter 2017

From Taiwanese in Atlanta to burgers in Denver, here’s where to eat in 23 Eater cities Atlanta Austin Boston Charleston Peter Frank Edwards Leon’s Oyster Shop in Charleston Chicago Dallas Denver Detroit Houston Julie Soefer Photography Pig’s...Show More Summary

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