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Hardywood Pils

The post, Hardywood Pils, first appeared on The Barley Blog. The humble pilsner is one of those styles that gets tossed to the wayside more often than it should — especially in the U.S. At least, that’s how it appears to this beer drinker. Show More Summary

How to Make Candied Pansy Cupcakes

Coryanne Ettienne demonstrates how to make beautiful candied pansy cupcakes for a lovely way to top the sweet dessert treat!

Are Cotton Candy Oreos Coming to a Store Near You?

A mysterious Instagram user has posted photos of a new Oreo flavor packaging with limited edition labeling: Cotton Candy.

How ABC's 'Fresh Off the Boat' Tells a Familiar First-Generation Story

Taiwanese-American blogger Esther Tseng traces how she found her own cultural identity through food. Like any Asian-American aged zero to 75 with a TV set, I wanted to love Fresh Off the Boat from the moment ABC picked it up. For the...Show More Summary

Fäviken Goes on Hiatus So Staff Can Appreciate 'The Colour Blue in Nature'

The restaurant is also switching over to a ticketing system when it reopens in July. The staff of chef and The Mind of a Chef star Magnus Nilsson's Michelin-starred restaurant Fäviken are going to spend the next few months contemplating...Show More Summary

Meet Your 2015 James Beard Award Semifinalist Brewers

Four craft brewers make the cut. The 2015 James Beard Awards semifinalists were announced last week, and this year four craft brewers have made the cut. But, it's worthwhile to note that in years past, the beer world has been under represented. Show More Summary

Discovering Two Dining Destinations in Mexico's Emerging Wine Country

The weather in Ensenada's Valle de Guadalupe is so placid that Finca Altozano, one of the area's star restaurants, never bothered to enclose its dining room. Servers race between the covered patio's knobby wooden tables and the kitchen framed by sheets of corrugated aluminum siding. Show More Summary

Cookbook Sneak Peek: The NoMad, Franklin Barbecue, Ottolenghi, and More

An exclusive look at the Ten Speed fall catalog. 2015 is shaping up to be an exciting year for cookbooks. For example, here now is an exclusive sneak peek at Ten Speed's fall catalogue, which includes titles from cookbook phenom Yotam...Show More Summary

Taco Bell's New Cap'n Crunch Delights Are Portable Balls of Deep Fried Cereal

They come stuffed with a "sweet cereal milk" icing. The stunt food sorcerers over at Taco Bell are at it again: This time they turned a bowl of cereal into a stoner's dream. According to Nation's Restaurant News, the chain is testing a new breakfast item (that will be available all day) called Cap'n Crunch Delights. Show More Summary

What Exactly Is Meals Tax and Why Are Cities Fighting About It?

Restaurateurs are unhappy about a proposed increase. When dining out in certain cities and states across the U.S., customers are asked to pay not one, but two types of tax: A common sales tax and an additional meals tax. Lately, theShow More Summary

Eater Today: Campbell's Cold-Pressed Juice, Cookie Monster's Dilemma, and More

A roundup of all the most important food news on this day, February 27. The makers of Campbell's soup are getting in on the fresh juice trend, proving either that the fresh juice trend is here to stay or that Campbell's is not selling enough V8. Show More Summary

Funky Buddha Beer Making It’s Way To Florida West Coast

#GetFunky, Tampa! Funky Buddha Brewery is proud to announce that its creative and award-winning beers will make their way to the we… The post Funky Buddha Beer Making It’s Way To Florida West Coast appeared first on

City Kitchen: A Chicken Thighs Recipe With Mediterranean Flavor

Braised thighs with lemon and olives can be tweaked for various tastes from the region.

A Good Appetite: A Coconut Layer Cake Recipe From Telepan

The pastry chef Larissa Raphael’s confection is no harder to make than any other layer cake, but the precision of the ingredients makes it shine.

Weekend cooking: Nancy Jenkins’ Virgin Territory

Nancy Harmon Jenkins.  Virgin Territory: Exploring the World of Olive Oil.  Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2015. Although I don’t usually do blurbs for cookbooks, this one goes into so much depth about why olives and their oil matter—and how the olives are grown, harvested, and extracted—that I couldn’t resist.  Jenkins is a wonderful writer as well […]

When Diary-Keeping Gets in the Way of Living

"How could I have believed that if I tried hard enough, I could remember everything?"

To Make Roads Safe, Make Them Feel Dangerous

A new study adds weight to the idea that heightening drivers' sense of risk may actually cut down on traffic collisions.

Singing Opera Is a Lot Like Running a Restaurant

I never had the intention of changing my profession, but it turns out that my life as a performer and as a restaurant owner has considerable overlap.

Oscar-Worthy Popcorn

Need some popcorn recipes for Oscar night? Get ready for the Oscars with these easy popcorn recipes....

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