A juice bar, a breakfast spot and a profusion of Italian foods like cured meat, cheese, pasta and gelato will be found downtown.
There is a question often asked at the mac n’ cheese amusement park. How many colors of mac n’ cheese are out there? I hear there is a special color of mac n’ cheese for every special holiday. Most of the holidays, I’ve never heard of. Show More Summary
Pranksters offer questionable endorsements for online profiles of friends and colleagues from a menu of 35,000 skills that includes ‘tapping’ and ‘crystal ball.’
(Photo: Sharill Hawkins/AP) We've all been there at some point in our lives. A whole bucket of cheese puffs is just irresistible. You feel an overwhelming urge to accelerate the consumption process by sticking your entire head inside. Show More Summary
On June 15, 2015, Brendan Klinkenberg ate a burrito. It was a breakfast burrito packed with eggs, bacon, avocado, beans and cheese. Several hours later, he ate another burrito for lunch. Then, for dinner, a carnitas burrito, which he purchased at a taqueria in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. Show More Summary
A new restaurant extolling the virtues of eating while drinking—or is it the other way around?—is serving up piping hot bowls of cheese ramen, poke salad, and a boat load of wings to Clinton Street. WhaLES, which opened in early June, advertises itself as a Korean gastropub, a casual spot to sip cocktails while munching on Korean fried chicken. Show More Summary
Christening Oregon as their home away from home, String Cheese Incident cut loose with a strong show in Eugene, Oregon to open their two-night run at the Cuthbert Amphitheater. The first set alone featured covers of the Allman Brothers...Show More Summary
The creamy texture of ricotta cheese makes it perfect for lasagna, flavorful toast, and even dips. Here’s a super simple way to make it at home with ingredients you probably already have in the kitchen. Read more...
Will Forte and his co-stars look back on the funniest moments from season two of the Fox comedy. read more
Five food-inspired stories to dive into this weekend It’s destined to be an oppressively hot weekend across the U.S. No doubt this will drive many a home cook into the backyard to hover over their grills flipping burger patties over controlled flame. Show More Summary
"He essentially looked like he had a space helmet on."
If you can make a box of dollar-store macaroni and cheese, you can make this garlicky seafood pasta dish from Brooklyn hotspot Lilia. And needless to say, it tastes a lot better.
Just a few years ago, I had my first baked onion. I know I know I really need to live but I have never really liked onions. I mean, they Read more
“Jughead Bear” — a 2-year old Black Bear who had been wandering around a Colorado neighborhood with a large plastic cheese ball jug stuck over his head — was lassoed by a local bed-and-breakfast owner on Wednesday. Jim Hawkins called wildlife officials, who were able to...
American cheese has a bad reputation, especially among foodies and health-conscious folks. You might hear claims that it’s made of “plastic” or “chemicals,” but it turns out the truth is nothing scary. American cheese is just cheese mixed with melting salts and ordinary ingredients like milk. Read more...
Every bear knows that the greatest threat its dignity is a container of food big enough to fit over a hungry bear’s head. And so any bear that wants to avoid being labeled as a big idiot dumbass has to follow just one simple rule: don’t stick your big bear head in large food containers. Read more...
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What's in American cheese? There's a lot of hysteria out there about it being "full of chemicals" and "not real cheese." This explainer helps set the record straight by discussing the ingredients, process, and regulations around those melty slices.
You wouldn't normally want to snag a piece of cheese from a mouse trap, but Stephen Johnson thought they'd make for a fun cheese board. Read more on MAKE The post Transforming Mouse Traps into a Cheesy Snack Display appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
(Image credit: Lauren Volo) From The Kitchn ? This Is What Your Favorite Fromage Says About You READ MORE »