Ladies, this can be yours. (The sweater vest; not the cheese or the man. Sorry.) Read more...
Written with wit and candor by cheese writer Tenaya Darlington (of Madame Fromage fame) and the legion of cheese knowledge behind the eponymous Philadelphia-based gourmet grocery shop, Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese: A Guide to Wedges, Recipes, and Pairings is a testament to dairy appreciation.
Last week I wrote that I was as excited as the birthday boy at Chuck E. Cheese's about the pending long weekend. In years past, Black Friday and the days following have provided some of the most memorable fall fishing I've ever experienced. Show More Summary
As we head into the holiday season, pay homage to the Man who died for your sinful deli sandwiches with a purchase of the only cheese to offer His absolution with every bite.
The Edgy Veg channel makes a very nice vegan grilled cheese sandwich that involves some asparagus, so if you want to make something quick and easy, but also healthy, try this one out.
It was Matthew Keys who pointed out the quirky TCPalm.com crime story that defined “pizza” for readers. (They were told that it’s “a flat food featuring cheese and tomato sauce.”) Regular readers of Will Greenlee’s “Off the Beat” column expect that kind of offbeat reporting. Greenlee admits that his style “is an acquired taste.” He … Read More
Michael from Vsauce explains what makes a swear word a swear word. Awesomer head cheese Paul Strauss has lived in three of the top five swearingest states – so it’s no wonder he gets his mouth washed out with Lifebuoy weekly.
Sage and chestnut flour provide much of the perceived sweetness in these muffins. They'd be great for any winter holiday breakfast, with cranberry jam or orange marmalade, or even a sweetened cream cheese.
Spartanburg County, SC — A 20-year-old man is behind bars, and a father is likely wishing the kid’s mother woulda just swallowed, after a somewhat violent altercation that started with fake cheese. Alex Rossi, an apparently ungrateful...Show More Summary
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Post by Maressa Brown. Ice cream, mac 'n' cheese or just straight cheese (brie, please!), chips 'n' dip, cupcakes, pizza, pie, cookies, candy, an "ooey-gooey cream-filled" doughnut, bagels, bread, fries, or, you know, anything carb-orific or full-fat. Show More Summary
The confrontation between Brian Rossi and his son Alex began yesterday when the older man "discovered that there was only pasta and no more cheese packets" in the box. read more
This week, The Literary Review will award its annual Bad Sex Award to the novelist responsible for publishing the year’s worst depiction of sexual intercourse. What makes for terrible fictionalized sex? In some cases, it’s the deployment of delusional metaphor, as in 2013 nominee Manil Suri’s The City of Devi:
Treating yourself to a slice of cheese on your burger, or perhaps indulging in some mayo on your sandwich? Hope you enjoyed it, because Nutricate receipts are coming to guilt trip you about the nutritional decisions you've made. Bloomberg...
"An art show that does more than jerk off…" That was the subject line of an email I got about a current exhibit at Crane Arts in Philadelphia. Hardly publicist-speak. But Richard Ross is no publicist. He's a talented photographer whose...Show More Summary
It’s hard to say no to a delicious and healthy chard recipe that lets you use your favorite white wine, fragrant garlic and nutty Parmesan cheese to make a quick and easy vegetable side. It’s a great vegetarian option, too!
AWESOME FOREIGN COMMERCIAL WATCH: This vengeful Arab panda will ruin your day if you talk mess on his cheese.
Post by Lisa Fogarty. So you gave up your delicious daily cup of coffee when you found out you were pregnant. Good for you! You won't go within eight feet of unpasteurized cheese or shellfish and you're even trying to swear off canned foods. Show More Summary
Ingredients:1 (8 oz) can Pillsbury® Place ’N Bake® refrigerated crescent rounds 1/4 cup whole berry cranberry sauce (I used leftover chestnut cranberry sauce)2 oz blue cheese, crumbled (try Gorgonzola!)8 pecan halvesDirections:Heat oven to 375°F. Show More Summary
Last year I got a chance to visit a caseficio, or cheese maker where Parmigiano Reggiano is made. I had to go early in the morning so I could see the cheese being pulled from curds out of large copper vats. I also saw where the cheese rested, where it was bathed in a salty brine and the delicious smelling room where it was aged. Show More Summary