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This Funfetti Cereal Concoction Is Like a Birthday Party For Your Mouth

Next time you're in New York City, swing by Kellogg's NYC, the cereal cafe, and order this custom creation that's like a celebration in your mouth. I sat down with Christina Tosi, founder and chef of Milk Bar and creator of many dishes at Kellogg's NYC, and I asked her for a magical and fun cereal creation. Show More Summary

13 Starbucks Drinks You Can't Get in the US - and Where to Find Them

Have you ever wondered what people are ordering at Starbucks locations across the globe? Starbucks has released a list of all the new Winter drinks hitting locations this year around the world, and it's pretty amazing to see what kinds of caffeinated creations are offered in China, Australia, the UK, and more. Show More Summary

How D.C. Restaurants Are Bracing for the Inauguration Onslaught

It's a tricky time to run a business in the capital Thousands of people will arrive in the capital this week for Donald Trump’s inauguration as the 45th president of the United States. They’ll overtake the city — closing down streets and clogging public transportation — ready to celebrate with drinks and good food. Show More Summary

Oskar Blues Shares Explosive Growth News for 2016

(Longmont, CO, Brevard, NC & Austin, TX) – Oskar Blues Brewery, the innovators behind the craft beer-in-a-can apocaly… The post Oskar Blues Shares Explosive Growth News for 2016 appeared first on

The Full Pint Podcast EP 24 – Riip Beer Company

Javier treks out to Huntington Beach, CA, where he talks with Trevor Walls of Riip Beer Company. Riip Brewing is a very young brewery … The post The Full Pint Podcast EP 24 – Riip Beer Company appeared first on

Review: Warm, welcoming Elske dishing up big bowls of hygge

What hooked me was the duck tart. Three dishes into the tasting menu at Elske, and the tart arrived, a sliver of silky-smooth liver mousse astride a toothsome buckwheat crust. On top, a layer of dried and ground parsley added the vivid-green color and pebbled texture of an artificial putting surface....

Staff at 3 restaurants paid after bounced checks, walkout threat

Complaints of bounced checks at three restaurants run by Chicago's Element Collective group have been resolved at all three spots, current and former employees confirmed this week. The bounced-check allegations at River North's Kinmont arose in the news Friday after the three-year-old seafood restaurant...

Organic Chickens Get More Room To Roam

New rules for organic farming will require farmers to give chickens more pasture. Some of the biggest organic egg producers will have to change their practices, or stop calling their eggs organic.

Wines of The Times: Corsican Reds, a Case Study in Wine Terroir

The influence and virtues of terroir may be denied in an academic vacuum, but the red wines of Corsica beg to differ.

Studio 54 Owner Gets Surprise Obama Pardon

You might not know his name, but Ian Schrager changed hospitality and nightlife forever Ian Schrager, the New Yorker who opened legendary ‘70s disco club Studio 54 and invented the boutique hotel, was one of 64 people who were granted pardons from President Obama on Tuesday. Show More Summary

Bites from other Blogs

Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day and I don’t mind eating it more than once because it is also one of my favorites. Breakfast bakes are a great way to start your morning or to give you a boost of energy in the afternoon. Make these for entertaining or just...

After 21 years, Schubas to close Harmony Grill, open 'modern' restaurant

Hungry concertgoers at Schubas Tavern will have to look further than next door to find food, at least for a while. Harmony Grill, the restaurant adjacent to and run by the bar and music venue, will close after service Sunday, Jan. 22, according to social media posts from the owners. Calls to Harmony...

This Is Why Durian Smells Absolutely Disgusting

Thanks to a recent study undertaken by the American Chemical Society, we now know that that putrid stench is the result of two very specific things.

Ayesha Curry Spills a Few Secrets About the Second Season of Her Food Network Show

Ayesha Curry's Food Network show Ayesha's Homemade has been picked up for a second season! In a recent interview to talk about souping, Ayesha Curry spilled a few details about the upcoming season, "We're actually in pre-production right now for the second season, so we're about to start filming that. Show More Summary

20 Wing Recipes to Make Your Game Day Spread a High-Flying Success

Just like the halftime show and cheerleaders, wings are considered to be a great component on game day, but who says they can't be the main event? If you're willing to travel beyond the buffalo, the poultry possibilities are boundless, and prepping a wing buffet is easy to boot. Show More Summary

Schlafly Announces New Hop Allocation Series

The post, Schlafly Announces New Hop Allocation Series, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Press Release (ST. LOUIS; January 19, 2017) — Schlafly Beer introduces today the Hop Allocation Series, a year-round IPA experience featuring eight […] The post, Schlafly Announces New Hop Allocation Series, first appeared on The Barley Blog.

The best tongs sits up and off the counter

My main weapon in the kitchen for cooking is tongs. I can stir, flip, push and grab. Since I use a combo of both stainless steel cookware and ceramic coated non-stick cookware, the tongs have to be silicone. After years of testing and...Show More Summary

You Need to Watch This Mesmerizing Steak Sizzling Video ASAP

Sexy Salt Guy cooks meat with another freakin' piece of meat The internet phenomenon, "Salt Bae" appears to be back with another fascinating cooking technique. The Turkish chef, whose real name is Nusret Gökce, recently gained attention for videos of his lavish steak carving and salt sprinkling technique. Show More Summary

Trump’s Labor Secretary Could Be a Disaster for Restaurant Workers

Puzder’s nomination has many food policy and labor experts deeply worried. They say his history of opposition to minimum wage, overtime, and other pro-worker regulations portends a new era of strife for low-income workers.

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