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Food & Drink

Tweet You’ll need: Some cake or torte or something involving lots of butter and eggs and chocolate. Two glasses of tawny port. You can find the first item at your local gourmet grocery store, and a bottle of the second item at the nice little liquor store right next to it. Cut the decadent chocolate [...]

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Good For What Ales You

by Alex Knapp on 17 August 2009

We review Delirium Nocturnum Belgian Ale, Boulevard Single Wide IPA, and McChouffe Artisan Style Belgian Ale.

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The world’s top bartenders met in Berlin for the 35th World Cocktail Championships. Did you know there was such a thing? I sure didn’t.

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Guide to Homebrewing Beer

by Tim F on 11 August 2009

Brewing your own beer is pretty easy. Here are answers to questions would-be homebrewers often ask.

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TweetIf you drink, don’t drive. Don’t even putt. – Dean Martin

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Because you need a side dish worthy of your great steaks. And nothing goes with meat like potatoes.

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Booze in the blender may render a frozen concoction. But it won’t be a real margarita.

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Remember those commercials in which athletes and actors sat around a table discussing questions about manhood such as whether it’s permissible to put lime in one’s beer?

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You don’t need to spend $40 at a premium steakhouse to enjoy delicious steaks. Here’s how to do it in your own kitchen.

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Sean Connery’s Bond was the essence of cool. But he drank lousy martinis.

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Summertime Drinking

by James Joyner on 30 July 2009

It’s summertime and time to put away those heavy cabernets, stouts, and whiskey drinks.

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