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Meet Your New Favorite Dairy-Free Cold Brew Mocha Latte From Trader Joe's

Trader Joe's is really stepping up its cold-brew selection lately. The Coconut Cold Brew won us over first, and now we can't get enough of the Organic Cold Brew Mocha Nut Latte. This dairy-free coffee drink is more substantial and filling...Show More Summary

Mr Glover Wilde Vineyards Agent Field Blend 2016

I tried this with its creator, Ben Glover (previously of Accolade, now focusing on family business Zephyr and other projects), in Scotch Bar in Blenheim a few weeks ago. I’d just been speaking at a biodynamic and organic conference and I’d urged New Zealand producers to take a few more risks and make the odd [...]

Catawba Brewing Festbier Makes Triumphant Return

(Asheville, NC) – Catawba’s Festbier surfaced at Gauley Fest 2016, a fall festival famous among paddlers as American Whi… The post Catawba Brewing Festbier Makes Triumphant Return appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Flying Dog Brewery and University of Maryland Partner on Hops Production Initiative

The post, Flying Dog Brewery and University of Maryland Partner on Hops Production Initiative, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Maryland’s largest brewery and the University of Maryland (UMD) are committed to developing the highest quality ingredients for Maryland beer. Show More Summary

Vegan Whole Wheat-Flax/Chia Seed Crackers

Yield: about 4 servings, but it depends on how large you cut the crackers and I like irregular shapes and sizes If you are not a vegan baker, keep reading…this is the perfect “gateway” recipe to have you fall in love with pastry.  This dough handles beautifully–promise!  And the resulting crackers are worth a tiny Read more

What to Expect From Mike Isabella’s Multi-Concept Food Hall

Eight distinct eateries, six bars, and a by-reservation dining area in one space

Hot Enough for You? Try Eating Something Even Hotter

On summer scorchers, Korean tradition calls for a boiling bowl of chicken, rice and ginseng that’s believed to work better than anything cold.

What to Cook: Make Your Best Salad

You don’t need a recipe for a satisfying and substantial big salad. The trick is to start with sturdy greens and work from there.

Crystal Pepsi Is Officially Back After 23 Years - Yes, It's Been That Long

Everything old becomes new again - especially when it's from the '90s. Following the recent return of many nostalgic snacks and beverages, Pepsi will be restocking its caffeine-free clear soda. On Aug. 14, Crystal Pepsi will be officially available again. The soda was originally introduced in 1992. Show More Summary

Chipotle Recruits Wu-Tang Member for Latest Marketing Stunt

What does a carnitas burrito sound like in musical form, anyway? Fresh off a new food safety scandal involving a suspected norovirus outbreak at a store in Virginia, Chipotle is attempting to disrupt the news cycle today with a marketing...Show More Summary

Vietnamese Noodle Bowls with Chicken

An entire meal in one bowl is a brilliant system. That’s one reason the bowl trend has taken off and shows no signs of declining. Another is the ease. You can put a bowl together without any heavy lifting, and at the end of your assembly...Show More Summary

Prairie Paradise

Product description:Coconut Vanilla Stout. It’s about to get really hot outside. How about a cold glass of refreshing Imperial … The post Prairie Paradise appeared first on thefullpint.com.

What wine to drink when you're cooking with sherry

When you're cooking with sherry, what wine do you pair with the finished dish? The key lies in the acidity. Because sherry is highly acidic, you need a lower-acid wine for balance. For dinner tonight, make this simple chicken that's finished off in a reduction of sherry and chicken broth, and pair...

How Panera Pioneered Fast-Casual Dining

Behind the restaurant’s rise from small-town bakery to multibillion-dollar chain The Panera Bread in suburban Edgewater, New Jersey (population: 12,000), is a sprawling casual counter and dining area with a stone fireplace, soft music, and dim lighting. Show More Summary

Culinary SOS: Brown Sugar Kitchen's waffle recipe

The best waffles commercially available, I am prepared to state, come from Brown Sugar Kitchen, a small, fragrant breakfast diner on Mandela Parkway in West Oakland. The waffles, Tanya Holland’s cornmeal-enhanced riff on Marion Cunningham’s famous yeasted waffles, are crisp, light and so violently...

You've Been Cutting Cakes Wrong, but We Can Teach You the Right Way

Chances are you've been cutting fondant cakes all wrong. Don't worry, we're here to set the record straight with science. When you cut a triangular piece out of a cake covered in fondant and then refrigerate it, it doesn't hold its freshness and instead dries out. Show More Summary

You Can Thank This Blogger For a 1-Pot Pasta Recipe That Actually Works

POPSUGAR Select Food blogger Chungah Rhee of Damn Delicious just released her first cookbook, Damn Delicious: 100 Super Easy, Super Fast Recipes ($25), and this one-pot garlic parmesan pasta had to be the first thing I made from it.Show More Summary

Water: With added hydrogen, oxygen, or adjusted acidity

I received this inquiry from a reporter wanting a comment: Hi, Marion, I’m doing a story about the trend of waters that claim to have extra health benefits because of their added “molecular oxygen” or “molecular hydrogen.” Another reporter asked I’m looking for comment on whether regularly drinking bottled water with a pH as low […]

Watch Andrew Zimmern Feast on Texas Chuckwagon Cuisine

The author/TV host breaks bread with a bunch of cowpokes Andrew Zimmern, the man who has consumed more offal in more countries than any other person living or dead, is headed out on an American history-themed odyssey for the new season of the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods. Show More Summary

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