The SE Overlord looks back on his monthlong vegan experiment, and the surprising lessons he learned.
Intense stories of family with autism spectrum disorder, as submitted by Atlantic readers
Like Negronis? Fan of absinthe? Try mixing them together in this classic drink.
Candy is the best, especially chocolate. The name synonymous with yummy candy bars is Snickers, and now you can make your own. We love the sweet, creamy caramel, and the nuts are perfectly sized to fill your mouth with flavor. Even the chocolate is special. Not too sweet and not too bitter.
A quick and easy recipe that makes breakfast a snap? What could be cooler than that? We think these granola cups are divine. They make the first meal of the day seem a little more special. Thanks to MommieCooks, for sharing this tasty treat.
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...
When I first saw the commercial for the Papa John's Double Cheeseburger Pizza ($12), I wasn't sure what to think. The first thing you see is John Schnatter himself (he loves being in his commercials) flipping a magical burger patty on a grill, turning it into a pizza that he proudly serves up on the counter to a very, very excited crowd of patrons. Show More Summary
This week, Olivier Cousin went before a judge. The heinous crime of the pony-tailed vigneron? Truth in labeling. Here’s the story (which we’ve mentioned before but it’s worth a recap): Cousin farms 25 acres organically–neigh, biodynamically for Cousin who tills his vineyards with horse-drawn plows. Show More Summary
You know what I love? Ice cream cones. And I'll take them however I can get them. Fresh waffle cones, standard-issue sugar cones, hell even the papery wafer cones that cradle my Mr. Softee—they're all good. So wouldn't it be great if we could have an ice cream that tastes just like a cone?
The Hollywood Reporter checks in with writer/actor/director/Roy Choi disciple Jon Favreau ahead of the debut of his film Chef at SXSW tonight. On what drew him to the food world: "I've always been fascinated by chefs and the worlds of...
New cookie combinations at SXSW are determined by popular opinion on Twitter.
1999 '7542' CNNP/Menghai cake 1999 '7542' CNNP/Menghai Neifei A reader asks a good question about the Neifei of my 1999 '7542' cake: It mentions the name of the China National Native Produce (CNNP) Corporation Yunnan Province Tea Branch. Show More Summary
If you're looking for more than just standard egg dishes for brunch, go to East 12th Osteria where you'll get a home cooked Italian meal and pastries.
Last week during the rollout of all the accomplishments of Let’s Move!, I wrote enthusiastically about one of them: universal school meals. I pointed out that schools in which 40% or more of children are eligible for free or reduced-price meals will now be permitted to serve free breakfasts and free lunches to every student in the school, regardless of family […]
After three decades in business, a Minnesota restaurant dedicated to all things Bob Dylan has closed its doors. The Duluth News Tribune reports that yesterday was last day of service at Zimmy's in Hibbing. Known for its Bob Dylan...
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Enter the kitchen and home bar of Serious Drinks editor, Maggie Hoffman, where pretty much every cupboard shelf is full of glassware, and every shelf that's not full of glassware is full of booze!
So I didn't even want to go to the "Awakening" garden yesterday for my weekly visit. I had already been there two days ago, when I found students on alternative spring break from Michigan tilling a couple of the beds, and I already saw...Show More Summary
Asian gastropubs and brunch may not seem like the most seamless of bedfellows, but here they are jiving in tasteful tandem at Rodan.