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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- A week of posts on my winter break in The Hague continues today with a look at the city's better off licences.Free Beer Co. is a poky little corner shop with a single set of shelves offering a small but interesting mix of bottles and cans from Europe
So much of our kitchen experience involves throwing parts of food into the trashcan, right?  I hate that part.  Because I hate it, I have an entire bag full of onion tops and skins in my freezer for a future vegetable or chicken sto
Tobermory 21 yo 1996/2017 (51.5%, Douglas Laing, Old Particular, refill hogshead, cask #11768, 290 bottles) - Tobermory 22 yo (51.5%, Valinch & Mallet, cask #17-2022, 124 bottles) - Tobermory 21 yo 1996/2017 (56.7%, Dramfool, bourbon hogshead, 24
Fan favorite Studded Kiss lipstick returns in a wide range of colors made with a new animal-free, highly pigmented formula.
Before Christmas I took a blood test. It revealed that I had high cholesterol and not the good kind.continue reading
Old Pulteney unveils three new Travel Retail exclusive whiskies Were delighted to announce the launch of three new Travel Retail exclusive whiskies, each of which will be joining us today as we sail on the worlds largest floating whisky festival, Vik
Monday’s ad is for Rheingold, from 1948 and 1958. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, Rheingold recruited a number of prominent celebrities to do ads for them, all using the tagline: “My beer is Rheingold the Dry beer!” I
Welcome to my weekly roundup of the wine stories that I find of interest on the web. I post them to my magazine on on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren't Flipboard inclined, here's everything I've strained out of the wine-related muck for the
Do you pronounce it pe-con or pe-can?You can pronounce the word "pecan" however you like, but one thing's for sure: once you try these pecans, you'll say, "I pe-can't stop eating them!" Or maybe you'll say "These are pec-on point!" Or maybe you won't
Just Whisky Auction is now Live The first auction of 2018 starts with some special lots from Bowmore, Macallan & Yamazaki! Just Whiskys January auction just went Live! There are many bottles here to cure those January blues! What better way t
Most nights, I need something that gets on the table with minimal effort and delicious results. Sheet pan suppers like this one have become an all-time favorite, not only because of its bright flavors, but its speedy clean-up time, too! —El
Good morning and happy Tuesday! After the long weekend, I’m playing a bit of catch up this morning, especially since I’m off to Austin in just a few hours. I’m heading there along with another DTFN coach (Kerrie is stayi
Who’s ready for this cold weather to go away? Me. Me. Me! I need warmth and sunshine and sandals. I could definitely be a warm weather girl all year long But since we still have many more weeks of frosty temperatures before spring is here I
I was off work today for the MLK holiday, and it was a rest day for marathon training. So I slept in (9 hours!!) and then had another bowl of the Crockpot Apple Pie Porridge, this time with coconut flakes and raisins. Such a yummy bowl of steel cut o
Thursday, January 18th 2-6PM Stalk and Barrel Hailing from Ontario, Canadian microdistillery Still Waters Distillery takes a handmade ‘grain to glass’ approach to all of their exclusively small batch whiskies. Their Stalk and Barr
Blueberry muffins, coffee cakes and other baked goods are excellent additions to just about any brunch spread. I particularly like it when blueberries are paired with citrus, as the brightness of lemons, limes and oranges really contrast well with ja
Today is the birthday of Frank Ibert (January 15, 1859-January 15, 1911). He was born in Brooklyn, New York. His first brewery, founded in 1880, was the Joseph Eppig & Frank Ibert Brewery in Brooklyn. The following year, he left the brewery
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I saw this "tea-for-one" style salt and pepper shaker set at Cracker Barrel on Sunday. It is so cute, and perfect forany tea lover's kitchen table!
Exploring a process. Years Past January 15, 2017 January 15, 2016 January 15, 2015 January 15, 2014 January 15, 2013 January 15, 2012 January 15, 2011 January 15, 2010 January 15, 2009 January 15, 2008 January 15, 2007 January 15,... Exploring a proc
In honor of the upcoming Chinese New Year on February 16th, The Macallan released a Chinese New Year Limited Edition Gift Box, containing two bottles of Macallan Double Cask 12 Years Old. Some more details: This celebratory co-pack honors the Year of
Hello, friends! While M. Cheesemonger and I are traveling again this week (check my Instagram story for an idea of what were up to!), I wanted to share with you one more remarkable experience we haddogsledding. Maybe because Im a […]
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I’ll be honest, friends– green tea and I have a storied history. And the story mostly goes like this: Mary brews green tea, with visions of health and wellness floating in her head. Timer beeps, tea strains, Mary takes a sip and t
While Bitcoin in particular and cryptocurrency in general seem to be miracles of technology that only the digital age could bring about, the terms that people are using around this new unit of value are ancient in origin. You actually can mine for Bi
Inspired by my Bibigo bowl to make this at home. Brown rice, steamed cabbage, book choy, sauted baby kale and spinach, sauted tofu with Korean BBQ sauce, pickled radish and jalapenos. Topped with a drizzle of Korean BBQ sauce, sesame oil, soy/lemon s
Marks Whisky Ramblings 193: Caol Ila 17 Year Old Unpeated Style Mark Dermul, Belgian whisky blogger, tries an unpeated Caol Ila. Caol Ila which means ‘Sound of Islay’ in Gaelic and thus refers to the straight between Islay and the
Today is not the birthday of Anthony Durkin (1831-January 15, 1868), but instead the day he died in 1868. Before the mid-1800s, record-keeping was spotty at best and only the well-heeled and royal consistently kept birth records. Durkin was born in I
The start of the snow around 3-3.30 Monday afternoonFollowing a few days when it has been warmer making the black ice that unfortunately caused me to slide and rupture my quads from my left knee on Tuesday 2nd January disappear, snow and colder weath
      Do you know about 'nduja?  If not, keep reading because this special Italian spread has become very popular and with good reason - it makes so many dishes even better.  'Nduja (pronounced "en-DOO-ya"
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Bibigo is a yummy Korean food stall at the mall that is my new favorite. You can create your own bibimbap (traditional Korean rice bowl). I get the classic bowl with brown rice (white available too), and top it with cooked broccoli, kale, shredded ca
You've All Heard of Star WarsBut George Lucas Made a Much More Interesting Film Most of You Have Never Heard ofWe All Love Volnay and PommardThese Two Cote de Beaune AOCs Produce Wines that Are Around the Corner, Fascinating and Dirt Cheap2015 Aloxe-
Indie Brewing has another 16oz haze can. (Don’t worry, they probably have more in the pipeline, though not as colorful) I hope the Whale Bros took this as a bit of a slap. The Rain pours a hazy dark orange color. This DIPA certainly tastes
Today is the birthday of Jaime Jurado, who for many years was the Director of Brewing Operations for the Gambrinus Company, which included several beer brands and breweries, such as Shiner, BridgePort, Pete’s Wicked and Trumer. A couple of
Bitter Lemon Whiskey Sour, a unique simple syrup and macerated cherries take this cocktail to a whole new level Bitter Lemon Whiskey Sour, a unique simple syrup and macerated cherries take this cocktail to a whole new level (Still thirsty? See Liquri
Here we are, a day before the official release of Real Food, Really Fast, and it feels as though I’m already late to my own party. By some strange twist of fate of marvel of Amazon.com, copies started shipping weeks … Continue rea
TeamCow traveled to London, and HappyCow’s Ken Spector checked out the vegan scene, and attended VegFest UK and Trade Show in London, England October 20-22, 2017. Ken interviewed two London vegans – Camellia Dahrabi and Shana who.
Today is the birthday of German-born Joseph Junk (January 15, 1841-1887) who emigrated to the U.S. in 1868, and in 1883 opened the eponymous Joseph Junk Brewery in Chicago, Illinois. Unfortunately, he died just a few years later, in 1887, and his wid
Give your game day or regular afternoon snacking a makeover with this Healthy Quinoa Guacamole 7-Layer Dip. So simple and delicious! Thank you to Albertsons and Safeway for helping me share this recipe with you. As a healthy food blogger, January is
Creamy garlicky spinach that you can make in 15 mins and takes only 5 ingredients. A healthy and delicious side dish for the entire family. The post Garlic Creamed Spinach appeared first on Rasa Malaysia.
Spiced vegetable, potato green chile, bean and kale, tortilla and more weve compiled 29 of our favorite vegetarian soup recipes, perfect for Meatless Monday or any day of the week. noelle.carter@latimes.com @noellecarter
This week on Brew Strong, Jamil and John Palmer dive into brewing water again by tackling some of the basics and answering listener questions on the topic. Here 's a little breakdown of what to expect in this episode: What are we trying to do when we
In this recipe, chicken transforms salad from a side dish into a meal by itself. That leftover chicken in the fridge? Whether its poached, baked, or grilled, give it a home in this salad! Continue reading "Chicken and Avocado Salad with Buttermilk Dr
On Friday I was just going on about how my favourite kind of snacks are creative ones. This is often the case, but in some cases it can lead to bad ideas. This is just such an idea. Strangely it's based on a good concept, chocolate and potato chips g
Agave 99 Tequila is product of Worldwide Beverage Imports (WBI) who are located in Los Angeles California.The number 99 represents the bottling proof for the spirit which is bottled at 49.5 % alcohol by volume.As part of the media package I was given
Ramen Heads is a documentary about ramen in Japan. As the name implies, its about the obsession of both ramen makers and ramen eaters and dives deep into more bowls in more styles than you can possibly imagine. The film focuses on Japan's number-one
You like Geuze? How about trying and Old Geuze from three different barrels. Brouwerij Boon has bottled 3 VATS, 91 , 92 and 108. Could be an excellent tasting session with friends. ~LIGHT Brouwerij Boon/ VAT 918.0% ABV “The very subtle, ele
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Today is one of those days where a good cup of tea is needed for the soul. It has been a crazy few months and I haven’t been able to spend as much time on my gorgeous tea stash. Today I was determined to give some love and enjoy a few tea b
Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People. Every Monday, Food of the Week celebrates my favorite dish from the previous seven days. I live in Los Angeles and was lucky enough to travel to places like Paso Robles, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco,
Mexican cuisine is one of my all time favourites and it's been a while since I shared a recipe so here we have one from my short list of goto recipes, slow cooker Mexican shredded beef. This recipe is so easy! It's a slow cooker recip