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Whiskey Mon Aug 21 2017 09:46:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
Working as a food professional, whether be it a home cook, food guide, journalist or food show host coincidentally, my job description poses nutrition challenges. The anatomy of a food writer is always put up against a grumbling stomach. The
Hello Nosh Show Listeners! We are back with another three man episode as our bud Ryan does a bit of traveling. Have no fear though, we fill his spot with lots of tangents and side stories. Plus, our new segment has a name, it's "Nosh it Now" and I ch
A new viral video interview with the eco-warrior politician promotes consuming a plant-based diet to fight climate change.
Invergordon 26 yo (57.4%, Single Cask Collection, rum cask finish, +/-2016) - Invergordon 40 yo 1977/2017 (47.8%, Hunter Laing, The Sovereign, cask #13278, 390 bottles) - Invergordon 30 yo 1984/2015 (64.3%, Blackadder, Riverstown, cask #215-44, 276 b
My vlogging buddy Brian went to the US National Homebrewing Convention in Minneapolis earlier this summer. He brought home a selection of local beers and I went over to give the benefits of my tasting acumen to his camera. In between takes I scribble
CHIVAS REGAL ULTIS TOASTS SUCCESS AT INTERNATIONAL SPIRITS CHALLENGE 2017 Chivas Regal Ultis, the first blended malt Scotch whisky from the House of Chivas Regal, is celebrating its latest success after being crowned the best non-age statement Scotch
Planta Burger will take over a shuttered fish restaurant as the latest installment of the plant-based restaurant expansion of Chase Hospitality Group.
In all fairness, I watched he original SOMM, and reviewed it as “navel gazing?” Here’s the deal, I’ve been in the wine business since 1993. Combine that with me reading the book Cork Dork Bianca Boskers, A Wine
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Sunday’s ad is from Pabst, from 1903. Many brewers made other related products besides beer, notably malt extract, to be used primarily in cooking as an ingredient in breads and desserts and even as a tonic. According to Briess, which still
The Glenturret Core Range… The Glenturret Core Range draws on the very best of thetraditionalproduction methods atScotland’s oldest working distilleryandfocuses on profiling the taste of the malt, not simply its age. With three ta
walking on maroonfun fact about the color maroon: according to novelist thomas harris, doctor hannibal lecter has "maroon brown" eyes. so there's a friendly association to think about while you sip your maroon chardonnay! yay!
Nonprofit organization Encompass aims to build an inclusive animal-rights movement to help veganism achieve its maximum potential.
Back to School is the theme at the Gluten-Free Menu Swap this month. This week, we’re sharing our ideas for Gluten-Free Snacks. My kids always need a little extra energy at the beginning of the school year. So,I liketo have something quick
"When we were growing up on the farm, homemade ice cream was our favorite dessert," recalls Lucile Proctor of Panguitch, Utah, who now makes it for her own family. Enjoy her recipe "solo" or topped with sauce, fruit or nuts for a spectacular sundae.
Today is the birthday of Fritz Goetz (August 20, 1849-May 3, 1917). He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but moved to Chicago as a young man, eventually going into the copper business, which changed names a few times, but settled on the Goetz Company
The Macallan Edition Series is an exploration into our approach to whisky making, exposing the detail of its creation and showcasing the absolute skill of our whisky makers. At the heart of the series is our desire to innovate; to push the boundaries
30 years in the making, a great chef named Chris Bianco has written a great book about making great pizza at home. His very funny friend Aziz Ansari is obsessed with learning how to make the perfect pizza so Chris shows him how. Aziz learns
Troubled Brazilian meat giant JBS reports massive dip in earnings after global meat scandal.
After years of building the McNally brand, Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr want to establish their own.“Frenchette” is a song off ex–New York Dolls singer David Johansen’s self-titled first solo album, which makes it
With blushing fresh peaches in plentiful supply, Karen Owen of Rising Sun, Indiana thinks this appealing layered dessert can't be beat. "Brown sugar and ginger give the shortcake its mellow, sweet-spicy flavor," she notes.
Chateau length cork, Martinborough NZ. 13.5%.I'm always pleased to discover my tasting notes are somewhat consistent. In 2013 I thought there was something carnal about this wine. . .Tonight it's:Meticulous and superb, all the players seem to have fo
Today is the birthday of Bernhard Stroh (August 20, 1822-June 24, 1882). He was born in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and after a detour in Brazil, emigrated to the U.S. and settled in Detroit. Find-a-Grave: Businessman. He left Germany in 1848, and join
A couple days ago I was thinking about the price limit I use on this site. As a general rule of thumbA couple days ago I was thinking about the price limit I use on this site. As a general rule of thumb I have focused on wines priced at $20 or less s
Upcoming Tastings Calendar Follow The Whisky Shop on Facebook for up-to-date information August 25th: Single Malt: Deanston, Bunnhabhain, Ledaig, Tobermory Friday, September 1st: Highland Park Friday, September 8th: Glenmorangie Saturday, September 9
We're in the 'path of totality' so I thought I'd bake some cookies. Who needs an eclipse to be inspired to bake? Not me, but the idea of something coated in chocolate to munch on while the sun disappears tomorrow is where I was going. (Apparently thi
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Blackberry Blizzard, one of the teas from DAVIDsTEA’s 2017 Summer Collection. This collection is comprised of a variety of fruity tisanes and rooibos blends that do NOT include stevia. Yep, you read that right. From what I recall, this coll
Bethel Walters of Willow River, Minnesota pledges, "This treat is sure to please children and chocolate lovers of all ages!" A convenient cake mix starts the stellar surprise her six grandchildren endorse.
Some lines from movies endure and even people who haven’t seen Fight Club know what the First Rule is. An IPA! Ninkasi Brewing Company has a new special release series beer, First Rule IPA. This new beer graduated from Ninkasis Rare &#0
 Heading up from Killiecrankie with the purple heatherIn contrast to yesterday day has been a nice dry day bright in the morning but clouding over late morning before the cloud lifting mid-afternoon. We started off from Fonab Castle
Today is the birthday of Julie Radcliffe Atallah, co-owner of one of the nation’s premiere beer stores, Bruisin’ Ales in Asheville, North Carolina. We took a family vacation to Asheville a few years ago and got to know Julie and h
The meatball is iconic. It is classically delicious and the perfect canvas for creativity. I took a base blend of ground beef, veal and pork and folded in chopped, smoked brisket, roughly chopped onions, eggs, and parmigiano reggiano cheese. I... The
This refreshing frozen salad is easy to assemble ahead and serve to a group at breakfast - or any time of day. It's a convenient and colorful addition to a holiday buffet. —Andrea Hawthorne, Mozeman, Montana
Are you in for the long haul that culminates in the Eclipse-O-Rama on Monday? Camping out and cooking over a fire or Coleman stove or gas contraption? Here’s a bargain in a hearty red wine that will drink perfectly with those grilled sausag
We are now officially in the post-ferragosto dog days of summer. The kind of days where, if you walk outside to get the paper or the mail or jog around the block, when you come back inside you are soaked to the bone and not cold soaked. A warm, mushy
Today is the birthday of John Hauck (August 20, 1829-June 4, 1896). He was born in Bavaria, but came to the U.S. as a young man. He “worked for his uncle, Cincinnati brewer George M. Herancourt, before starting his own brewery in 1863, the
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Love Tea Company purchases have been making the rounds of me and my friends lately. It all started when Nichole (Cuppageek here on the site) sent me a Tea It Forward care package. So I sent a few to my friends. And then bought samples. 25% of net pro
I've been to this cafe twice and both times I ordered the falafel sandwich. It is delicious!!!Here are my pics.With a side of large fries.The first time they put delicious chunks of grilled eggplant in with the falafel, along with pickles, salad and
The second of three stops in Wisconsin is Raised Grain Brewing in Waukesha. Two homebrewing doctors met a former professional cyclist and over a Red IIPA created the brewery that would win a Gold Medal in 2016. Here are the beers that I would order u
Find out what 8 nutritionists pack in their childs lunchbox. ** This is only a summary of our content.**
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Welcome to Leah’s Tour of Decaf! Today’s pick is Happy by Wild Leaf Active Teas. The irony of drinking an “active tea” on a day I have no plans to hit the gym is not lost upon me. But I’m still not go
Sierra Nevada collaborated with Surly Brewing to create a Ginger Lager for the 2017 Beer Camp series. This is a lager brewed with ginger and cayenne and fermented on Oak. Pounder Can. 6.2% alcohol.You know what? Sometimes I'm wrong. There, I
Shrimp is one of my favourite foods and I was thinking that it was about time to roundup some of my best shrimp recipes, and there are a lot of them! Perfectly cooked shrimp is just bursting with juicy goodness and it's so easy to cook well b
A friend once told me, "I love all your posts, but I have to admit, on Sundays you could really write anything. I'm just there for the gorgeous cakes." Hey, works for me! So, let's see, all I need is to pull together a bunch of amazing cakes, like th
1/2 oz Lime Juice1/2 oz Orgeat1/2 oz Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaao1 oz Denizen's Merchant Reserve RumRefrigerate the mix to cool and pour into a chilled Collins glass with 4 oz brut Champagne (Willm Blanc de Blancs). Fill with ice and garnish with a lime
Hello Friends! How have you been? I know, I know, I skipped our coffee talka couple weeks in a row. No excuse except I was on holiday and didn’t spend much time poking around the internet. We spent ten days in France and it was wonderful! I
I wrapped up my summer coursework this week, including my Program Planning class, which was not exactly what I thought it would be. I was expecting us to spend a lot of time writing guides, studying policy, and reading briefs and papers, as we have i