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Coffee Shop Tim Horton's Puts Steak on the Menu

The Canadian coffee chain is beefing up its menu. This morning, Canadian coffee chain — and Burger King's new buddy — Tim Hortons announced that it was beefing up its breakfast and lunch menu offerings. According to a release, Tim Hortons is bringing back its once-popular Steak & Cheese Panini. Show More Summary

Single Malt, American Style: A Delicious New World of Whiskey

When we think of American whiskey, we usually think of rich, sweet corn-based bourbon, or perhaps spicy and grassy rye. But the category of American single malt whiskey is on the rise. Here are some delicious bottles to try.

2014 Pinot on the River Tasting: October 26, Healdsburg

23 hours agoFood & Drink / Wine : Vinography

Now is a wonderful, if slightly manic time to be wandering around wine country. Harvest is, for many, complete, and wines are bubbling and burbling their way through fermentations. It's the time of year that wine country really becomes wine country. Show More Summary

Mario Batali says new Eataly will be specifically Southern Californian -- and Italian, of course

What to expect when Mario Batali and Joe and Lidia Bastianich finally open their just-announced Los Angeles chapter of Eataly at the Westfield Century City mall in 2017?

6 Halloween Night Dinners That Cook Themselves (PHOTOS)

Post by Adriana Velez. Here's a spooky question: While you're out trick-or-treating with the kids, whooo will be cooking your dinner? Halloween night always presents that dilema. You're busy getting costumes together, maybe volunteering at the school party, and running your kids all over the neighborhood. Show More Summary

How to Eat Flushing: A One-Day Food Tour of NYC's Greatest Chinatown

When travelers to New York ask me where to eat, I send them to Flushing. When locals ask me about a new restaurant I'm excited about, the answer's often there. But let's say you have just one day to take a whirlwind tour of the neighborhood. What do you need to try?

Food & Wine Confirms All Women's Issue for January 2015

Editor Dana Cowin is following up Time magazine's Gods of Food issue with a focus on women in the kitchen. An increasing number of publications are poking at the glass ceiling in the kitchen: Food & Wine confirmed this morning that they will dedicate their January 2015 issue to Women in Food. Show More Summary

Caramel Apple Oreos, reviewed

Caramel apples are a fantastic fall treat, with a delicious combination of crispy, juicy apples and sticky, buttery caramel. I use the combination of the two flavors in all kinds of baked goods, including mini cakes, and even in drinks, like Salted Caramel Apple Cider. Since caramel and apples are such a good match, it’s...

How to Make The Best Chicken Stock

White chicken stock, in which neither the chicken nor the aromatics are roasted first, may be the most versatile of all stocks, enhancing any soup, sauce, or glaze you use it in. It's also incredibly easy to make. Here, we look at some...Show More Summary

Odell Brewing Releases Woodcut No. 8

The post, Odell Brewing Releases Woodcut No. 8, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Press Release Fort Collins, CO – On October 1, 2014, Odell Brewing will release Woodcut No. 8, a Barleywine-style ale aged in new American oak barrels. Show More Summary

Time Magazine Editorial: Soda Industry Promises

I was asked by Time Magazine to write a comment on the soda industry’s recent promises.  It was posted yesterday. The Soda Industry’s Promises Mean Nothing Agreeing to decrease soda consumption by 20 percent is easy to do when demand is already falling rapidly –Marion Nestle, September 30, 2014 The recent pledge by Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and the […]

Global Tea Hut: Red Tea’s History

yesterdayFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

This is part two of "An Exploration of Red Tea." The Ming Dynasty saw many developments in tea processing, including Oolong Tea, Flower-Scented Tea and Red Tea. Later, in the Qing Dynasty, many of the teas developed during this age of innovation were evolved further. Continue reading ? The post Global Tea Hut: Red Tea’s History appeared first on T Ching.

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