A week ago I visited Charleston for a couple of days for a work retreat, where we spent the mornings plotting our success in future years. In the afternoons we enjoyed the scenery, food, and beverages (aka team building). We had some excellent meals and drinks at Edmund’s Oast, Rutledge Cab Company, Husk, FIG, and Leon’s Oyster Shop. I put all my […]
My new rule for deer season: Take 'em if you've got 'em. A couple of years ago, the deer-management bug bit me—hard. I hung trail cameras. I planted food plots. And I dreamed big about the giant bucks that I’d kill on my land along Montana’s Milk River. For a few years I made a job of not killing beautiful deer. Show More Summary
Today on the show, just like the clocks this past weekend, we’re springing forward and discussing what our personal plans are this spring to prep for the 2015 deer season. Shed hunting, scouting, food plots, we discuss it all and much...
Like a plot twist in a bad Syfy network movie, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Tuesday that vials labeled “variola”—aka smallpox—were discovered in an unused storage room in a Food and Drug Administration laboratory. Show More Summary
As the Seahawks and Patriots plot their offensive strategies for Sunday's Super Bowl, you've also got some important game planning to do. This year, instead of washing down your favorite football foods with the standard six-pack, why not ask an expert what local brews would best complement the flavors of your wings? Good thing we already did. Show More Summary
In the middle of a sun-drenched field in central Mozambique, Otilia Vasco, a farmer from Choridzo village, pointed to an easel illustrating demonstration plots the villagers were sowing under the guidance of a facilitator from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and explained ex
Despite being the city's fast food chain least likely to harbor a rat infestation, White Castle's are dying out in Brooklyn. Brownstoner brings word that the White Castle on Atlantic Avenue in Clinton Hill has shuttered, the plot having been slated for demolition by its corporate owners. Show More Summary
Well we’re hardly begun, but I still have a little bit of progress to report. One of the things I really wanted to do this round is get back into food blogging over at Pots and Plots. I set a goal of putting up at least 6 new posts this round (which is NOT much, […]
"Cookie Run," a mobile game about a gingerbread man escaping the flames of an oven, has already raced to the top of the charts in its native South Korea, as well as in Japan and Southeast Asia. Now, the developer behind it is giving the gingerbread man a break. And a massage. And a nice meal.
Over 10 Islamic State militants died after eating food poisoned by their cooks, who plotted the operation with the Free Syrian Army. The incident that took place at the ISIS camp in Deir al-Zour also left at least over 20 ISIS fighters hospitalized. According to the Times of Iraq the Free Syrian Army carried out […]
Editor Alex Moschina (previously) has compiled a supercut of clips of Kramer stealing food from Jerry on the show Seinfeld. Kramer’s mooching was a recurring theme on the show, and was a central plot point of the episode “The Seven,” in which Kramer agrees to start a tab and pay for all the food he eats. via The High […]
The death penalty will be sought against the Oklahoma man accused of beheading his co-worker during a revenge plot at a food plant.
Mufid Elfgeeh, 30, of Rochester, is seen in an undated handout picture released by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, in Rochester, New York June 2, 2014. Elfgeeh, the owner of a western New York food market, faced accusations in court on Monday that he illegally bought guns to shoot and kill members of the U.S. [...]
Mufid A. Elfgeeh, a 30-year-old man who owns a food store in upstate New York, has been arrested and charged with funding Islamic terrorist group ISIS, attempting to send jihadists to fight with them in Syria and even plotted to gun down U.S. troops, according to Federal authorities.
The ultimate who-done-it of our time is not a scandalous political act or John Grisham plot line, but the story of honey bees. 40 percent of bee colonies vanished during the winter of 2006, and another 36 percent departed the winter after. Show More Summary
As fast food workers battle for a $15-an-hour wage, they're getting ready to strike this week—and get arrested if they have to. McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's employees are among those planning a protest on Thursday, the Chicago Tribune reports, and the effort will include broad civil disobedience, the...
Apparently, the Elyria, Ohio school district made a darn good cookie. So good, these pink-frosted confections were declared Cleveland's "Best Cafeteria Cookie" a few years ago. This back-to-school season, though, federal food police decided to put an end to the award-winning reat. Show More Summary
Forget what you've heard or read: dogs and cats mostly get along very well. Emotional case in point? This abandoned dog who befriended this paralyzed cat. There was also this dog and this cat, who plotted an escape from the kitchen together. Sometimes, however, these two popular pets don't exactly see eye to eye... Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon It’s a sight I love to see. Little green leaves popping up out of the dirt and duff. The photo above shows my just emerging Whitetail Institute Winter Greens food plot and boy does it get me excited. In the coming weeks this plot and others will grow exponentially up towards the […]
I am crazy busy, so we’re talking food today and I’m robbing an old post from my food blog, Pots and Plots. No Southern party or get together is ever complete without the inclusion of sausage balls. These meatball size bundles of meaty, cheesy deliciousness are nothing in the realm of healthy (though you can […]