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25 Cookies From Around the World

Chocolate chip might be the first type of cookie to come to mind, but there's a wide world of buttery, bite-size baked treats out there. We've rounded up 25 recipes including alfajores, pizzelle, madeleines, pfeffernüsse, linzer, and many more; keep reading to see them all, and then get baking!

Transplantees Find Catharsis in Holding Their Old Hearts

An initiative reunites transplant recipients with their former organs for education and therapy.

Illustrated Review: Shape Shifter

yesterdayFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Cool blades of grass spring up between her toes, Her eyes drift to soft, shape shifting clouds, Steam begins to dance across the grass, The elixir of summer’s end in her mouth. During the last days of summer, many discoveries can be made, such as finding a forgotten sealed pouch … Continue reading ? The post Illustrated Review: Shape Shifter appeared first on T Ching.

3 Flavorful Compound Butters to Pair With Crisp, Peppery Radishes

Spicy, crisp radishes pair perfectly with creamy, fatty butter. These three compound butters stick to the classic combo while introducing playful new flavors to spice things up.

Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Raspberry Sundae Ale

The post, Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Raspberry Sundae Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Sierra Nevada has been producing their variety, mixed-packs of Beer Camp collaborations for a few years now — joining forces with many […] The post, Sierra Nevada Beer Camp Raspberry Sundae Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

Some new release Pinots from Seresin

Biodynamic producer Seresin are one of the most interesting in Marlborough. Winemaker Clive Dougall is thoughtful and produces a range of wines that’s quite distinctive, and not typically Marlborough in style (in the best way). I always find the Pinot Noirs really interesting: they have savoury detail to them, and aren’t just about upfront fruit. [...]

Soirée vins et fromages, et thés aussi!

Jean-Luc Lanoix est un caviste passionné à Haguenau, en Alsace. Il y a 4 ans, il m'avait fait découvrir les vins naturels et de nombreuses informations pratiques pour bien déguster du vin. Cette dégustation vins et fromage fut un tel...Show More Summary

Six favorite beers from August 7-August 20

Since my track record is getting a bit spotty with being able to keep this on a weekly schedule, I've gone and removed "of the week" from the title of this recurring post. Another week spent in...

This Is What a Day in the Life of Giada De Laurentiis Is Really Like

When Giada De Laurentiis got back from Florence, Italy, after filming season two of her show Giada in Italy, we got the behind-the-scenes scoop! If you've ever wondered what a day in the life of the Italian chef is really like, keep reading to find out - straight from the source. Show More Summary

Remembering Haridimos Hatzidakis

It is with great sadness that I learned last week of the passing of winemaker Haridimos Hatzidakis, one of Greece's finest winemakers. At the age of fifty, we lost him far too soon, and I can't imagine his family's heartbreak at the tragedy. Show More Summary

Wine News: What I'm Reading the Week of 8/20/17

Welcome to my weekly roundup of the wine stories that I find of interest on the web. I post them to my magazine on on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren't Flipboard inclined, here's everything I've strained out of the wine-related...Show More Summary

USDA offers cramming sessions on ‘wild caught’ catfish regs

Ten days away from the beginning of full enforcement of USDA catfish inspections, the department’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is doing a little remedial training for “wild-caught” producers. The FSIS has scheduled educational...Show More Summary

Doughnut shop norovirus outbreak mystifies local officials

A county health commissioner told Maumee City Council members Monday night that they “may never know” the source of a norovirus outbreak that sickened almost 400 customers of a doughnut shop in suburban Toledo. It’s been two weeks since the news broke about patrons of Mama C’s Donuts & Coffee becoming ill with the telltale, sudden... Continue Reading

Backyard flock Salmonella victims triple, 1 dead; more expected

So far this year, preschoolers account for a third of the 961 confirmed victims in a Salmonella outbreak that has turned deadly and been traced to backyard poultry flocks. There had already been more confirmed infections related to backyard flocks by Aug. 11 this year than in all of 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The... Continue Reading

Sixpoint Brewery Hires Research Scientist Eric Bachli to Lead Product Development Team

(Brooklyn, The Five Boroughs, NYC, New York State, United States, Planet Earth, Milky Way) – Sixpoint Brewery is amped to an… The post Sixpoint Brewery Hires Research Scientist Eric Bachli to Lead Product Development Team appeared first on

Funk Factory Geuzeria Cherry Meerts Release

(Madison, WI) – Cherry Meerts has been the crowd favorite variant of Meerts at the taproom, so we decided to bottle some of the … The post Funk Factory Geuzeria Cherry Meerts Release appeared first on

Fred's Garage prepares to fill Winnetka appetites

Fred's Mobil Station, which served Winnetka motorists for decades, is about to become a filling station of another sort. Joe Krouse, Robert LaPata and Fred Gale, the owners of Ten Mile House restaurant in Evanston, are putting the finishing touches to Fred's Garage (574 Green Bay Road, Winnetka),...

Apple & Pecan Coffee Cake with Cinnamon Streusel

Apple baking season doesn’t usually come into its prime until the beginning of fall, but I just couldn’t wait to get started this year. This Apple Pecan Coffee Cake with Cinnamon Streusel is a delicious coffee cake that will be a huge hit at any brunch, whether you’re serving it... The post Apple & Pecan Coffee Cake with Cinnamon Streusel appeared first on Baking Bites.

This Charred Broccoli Salad Tastes Just Like Fall

When I first met Chef Christopher Kostow at Aspen Food & Wine four years ago, I couldn't help but fall in love with the way he spoke about food. He had a nurturing love and understanding of each and every plant and protein that goes into his artful, farm-to-table creations at his three-Michelin-starred Meadowood in the heart of wine country. Show More Summary

The Inexpensive Way to Feed a Crowd For an Entire Weekend

You're embarking on weekend getaway with friends or family and you've been entrusted with menu planning. It's a daunting task to plan, shop, cook, and clean for a crowd, but it's possible to do so without sucking your savings account dry and losing your mind. Show More Summary

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