What do pandas have to do with spaghetti? Nothing. Until Lotteria in Japan released this limited edition, spaghetti-topped Napoli Panda Burger.
(Ft. Collins, Colo.) – New Belgium Brewing launches their summer campaign, “Pairs Well With People,” this week with a focus… The post New Belgium Launches Summer “Pairs Well With People” Campaign appeared first on thefullpint.com.
Earlier this week the Times-Picayune reported that Louisiana and the city of New Orleans tourism offices are giving Bravo $375,000 to sponsor the recently-announced Top Chef: New Orleans, leading to a bunch of controversy. The New Orleans Tourism Marketing...
Wow, it’s Friday and boy did this week really fly by. Did you get through it ok? That’s interesting. Hey so you know what you should make this weekend? Granola! Have you ever made granola? You haven’t? My word. This is my favorite go-to granola recipe (it comes from the BAKED Cookbook) and many people [...]
After years of research, an animal scientist looking for ways to keep inflammation down in cattle came up with a novel approach: feed them flax. The flax in their food helps keep animals healthy and has an added benefit for those who later eat their meat: omega-3 enriched beef.
Last weekend, two of my dearest friends got married. And because I love them very much and don't think before I speak, I offered to make ice cream for their reception. For 110 people. Should you too decide to share your love of homemade ice cream with 100 of your closest friends, it's not too hard once you plan out all the steps. Show More Summary
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Here's Robert Sietsema's latest (and maybe last?) post for the Village Voice, "In Praise of Diner Hamburgers." Writes the critic who was just "unceremoniously shit canned": "I've been studying the diner burger lately, and there's something so reassuring about the...
Table salt, kosher salt, sea salt -- there are more salts these days than flavors of ice-cream. Which one should you use for cooking? Which one should you use as a finishing salt? Which one should you use for baking? This video answers all these questions. YouTube Link: Types of Salt and Their Uses
Nothing matches the joy of the May's first strawberries, which arrived at the Union Square greenmarket this week. That's right, that picture you see up there is not from a farmers market somewhere on the West Coast; those are real, live New Jersey strawberries. Bring on the rest of the summer fruit!
I am currently in Sofia, Bulgaria, where I am judging the Balkans International Wine Competition, along with a merry band of excellent judges from different Balkan countries, plus three of us from outside the region. We have spent two days judging and we have just finished. The competition was flawlessly run and this afternoon – where all [...]
Imperial Smoked Porter is the second in Deschutes Brewery’s Class of ‘88 collaboration series, which celebrates the 25th anniversary of craft breweries around the country that were founded in 1988. Deschutes and Great Lakes Brewing developed the recipe together, then made versions at their respective breweries. Their year-round porters, Deschutes Black Butte and Great Lakes [...]
Having spent the last few years of his professional career in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn—his resume includes Eleven Madison Park, Atera, and most recently, Aska—Midtown is more or less uncharted waters for Eamon Rockey. While the general theme at Betony is "classics with a delicate twist," that's not to say there aren't some progressive (read: geeky) touches on the menu.
Longtime restaurant critic Robert Sietsema has been let go by the Village Voice. First reported by Gawker, Sietsema was among others let go in what is being called a "bloodbath." Sietsema confirms with Eater that he was "unceremoniously shit...
Dinner 04/07 Portobello Burger with Spinach, Onions and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Grilled portobello with wilted spinach, caramelized onions and roasted red bell pepper on a homemade bun with a little vegenaise and a tiny bit of hot sauce... perfection.
Here's Bloomberg critic Ryan Sutton on cocktail bars making better drinks with chemistry. Quote: "Don't call it molecular mixology, because this is less about spheres, foams and gels than it is about bartenders using expensive laboratory equipment with multisyllabic names...
Owner Jeni Britton Bauer chats about what to expect Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream's upcoming location in Chicago.
We'd already made up our mind to order a chicken roll (that'd be thin-cut strips of fried chicken rolled up in pizza dough, baked, and served with sauce for dipping), but when we heard one of the girls in front of us—the skinniest one, no less—order a "ravioli pizza please." Uh... Show More Summary
Two Proof veterans bring a massive wood-burning hearth to Bloomingdale.
Post by Lindsay Mannering When well-adjusted people have a poor experience at a restaurant, they may complain to the manager and make a note to never return. When maladjusted people have a poor experience at a restaurant, they murder the cook. Show More Summary