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Why Every Man Should Have 3 Signature Dishes

I started baking bread a few years ago. The simplicity appealed to me. With just four ingredients — flour, salt, yeast, and water — I could make a hearty, delicious loaf of bread. I started, as one does with any new recipe, by hewing to the ingredients and directions as closely as possible. Over time, as I got more comfortable with it, I not only used the paper recipe less and less (it was an easy one to memorize), but started experimenting with varying amounts of the base ingredients and play...
Tags: Living, Life, Food & Drink


Keto-Friendly Cereal Recipe To Start Your Day From ‘Dirty, Lazy Keto’

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‘Loki Charms’ Cereal Gives Lucky Charms a Marvel Makeover, and You Can Snag a Box

The first episode of Marvel’s new series Loki arrives on Disney+ this Wednesday, and General Mills is celebrating with a surprising crossover with another magical character dressed in green. The classic Lucky Charms cereal is getting a Loki Charms variant in honor of the God of Mischief, and you can try to get your hands on a box featuring a cartoon Loki in place of that animated leprechaun. Check out the Loki Charms cereal and find out how you can get yours below. Loki Charms Cereal Gener...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, General Mills, Marvel Studios, Cool Stuff, Loki, Mills, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Lucky Charms, Disney However, Food/Drink, Loki Charms, Loki Charms Cereal General Mills, Loki Charms Cereal Gives Lucky Charms


Tasting History: A Hit YouTube Series Shows How to Cook the Foods of Ancient Greece & Rome, Medieval Europe, and Other Places & Periods

The food of our ancestors has come back into fashion, no matter from where your own ancestors in particular happened to hail. Whether motivated by a desire to avoid the supposedly unhealthy ingredients and processes introduced in modernity, a curiosity about the practices of a culture, or simply a spirit of culinary adventure, the consumption of traditional foods has attained a relatively high profile of late. So, indeed, has their preparation: few of us could think of a more traditional...
Tags: Facebook, Cook, Greece, College, History, Rome, United States, Egypt, Food & Drink, Seoul, Miller, Hartley, Aztec, Phoenix New Times, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles


The Best Order to Stack Your Burger Toppings

The big keys to cooking a great burger center on using the right meat and grilling technique. But once you’ve got those fundamentals in place, the architecture of your burger can also enhance the taste and overall eating experience.  Plenty of people structure their burger willy-nilly, and really, there’s no wrong way to do it. But there are ways that make it more or less likely that you’ll have issues with things like soggy buns, suboptimal flavor melding, and, most vexing of all, escaping top...
Tags: Living, Life, Food & Drink, Alton Brown, Visual Guides, Ted Slampyak


How to Grill Perfect Chicken Breasts

Chicken breasts are not a very popular meat for summer BBQs, as they’re perceived as invariably turning out dry and boring. But the truth of the matter is that the problem often lies with the chef and not the meat itself. Over the years I’ve learned a handful of tricks for grilling chicken breasts so that they turn out flavorful and juicy every time.  Read on for how to confidently include this delicious white meat at your next summer grill-out.  The Keys to Grilling Perfect Chicken Breas...
Tags: Meat, Cooking, Cook, Life, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, Grilling, SAMIN NOSRAT


Everybody Get Up, It’s Time to Slam a Spoonful of ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ Cereal

Come and slam, and welcome to the jam! No, not toast and jam, but the Space Jam, which is coming back to the big screen with a new sequel starring NBA superstar LeBron James and the Looney Tunes. Since you’ll be spending so much time spotting a an endless assembly of Warner Bros. movie and TV characters watching the game when you catch the movie at home on HBO Max, you’ll need the new Space Jam: A New Legacy cereal to help pass the time. Space Jam: A New Legacy Cereal General Mills is rele...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sports, Animation, Sequels, Nba, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Cool Stuff, Don, Mills, Fruit Roll Ups, Space Jam 2, Space-Jam, Food/Drink


The Largest Free Kitchen in the World: Discover India’s Golden Temple Which Serves 100,000 Free Meals Per Day

If you find yourself hungry in Amritsar, a major city in the Indian state of Punjab, you could do worse than stopping into the Golden Temple, the largest Sikh house of worship in the world. It thus also operates the largest community kitchen, or langar, in the world, which serves more than 100,000 free meals a day, 24 hours a day. Anyone familiar with Sikhism knows that, for its believers, serving food to the hungry constitutes an essential duty: not just to the poor, and certainly not j...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, College, India, Religion, Food & Drink, Seoul, James, Sikhism, Punjab, Amritsar, Al Capone, Golden Temple, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Youtuber Trevor James


UK: RPC Bites #31 - Rugby World Cup Win For Japan's Asahi Breweries, Co-op's Sustainability Drive Continues With Compostable Bags And Food Past Its Best Before Date And Gordon Ramsay Calls Out Lucky Cat Noodle - Reynolds Porter Chamberlain

Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the Food & Drink sector over the last fortnight…
Tags: Japan, UK, News, Gordon Ramsay, RPC, Food Drink, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, Asahi Breweries Co


Low-Carb, High Flavor Summer Recipes For The Whole Family From ‘Keto BBQ’

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Tags: Instagram, Food & Drink, Middle East, Cbs, Adams, Keto, Facebook Pinterest, Simon Schuster, Twitter Pinterest, Simon And Schuster, Simon Schuster Inc, James Stefiuk, Lara Clevenger, Instagram Lara, Faith Gorsky, Keto BBQ


UK: Cypriot Cheese Receives Protected Status, Colin v Cuthbert Continues And Finally, Clarity On Composite Food Products - Reynolds Porter Chamberlain

Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the Food & Drink sector over the last fortnight…
Tags: UK, News, RPC, Food Drink, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, Cypriot Cheese Receives Protected Status Colin, Cuthbert Continues


30,000 People Line Up for the First McDonald’s in Moscow, While Grocery Store Shelves Run Empty (1990)

Everyone has waited in a long line — for burgers, Broadway tickets, Black Friday sales… But few us have the notorious queuing resilience of the Soviets. “When the first McDonald’s arrived in Moscow in 1990, the city went mad,” Boris Egorov writes at Russia Beyond. “Thousands of Muscovites flocked to the new burger joint, forming lines several kilometers long in the center of Moscow on Pushkinskaya Square.” On its first day, the restaurant obliterated the previous record for most McDonald...
Tags: Google, Washington Post, College, Russia, America, History, Budapest, Food & Drink, Broadway, Pizza Hut, Moscow, Andy Warhol, Mikhail Gorbachev, Cbc, Soviet Union, McDonald


UK: RPC Bites #29 - Breaking News: Colin The Caterpillar V Cuthbert The Caterpillar, Uncertainty Continues For Composite Products And Packaging Producers To Face Extended Responsibility - Reynolds Porter Chamberlain

Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the Food & Drink sector over the last fortnight…
Tags: UK, News, Caterpillar, RPC, Food Drink, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain


‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Cereal is Coming to Shelves Long Before the Movie Hits Theaters

As of now, Ghostbusters: Afterlife won’t be coming to theaters until November. There’s always a chance Sony Pictures chooses to bump up the release of the movie now that movie theaters are opening up and the box office is growing in a substantial way. But in the meantime, Ghostbusters fans will have a sweet treat to hold them over until whenever the eagerly awaited sequel arrives. Calling back to the nostalgia of the original Ghostbusters franchise and The Real Ghostbusters cartoon, there’s a n...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Sony, Sony Pictures, Ghostbusters, Cool Stuff, Mills, Columbia Pictures, Food/Drink, Ghostbusters: Afterlife


How to Use Bitters to Elevate Your Drinks

There are five elements of flavor in any dish or drink: sweet, sour, bitter, salty, umami. (Those first four are pretty self-explanatory; umami is a somewhat elusive term that basically means “savory.”) The best flavor experiences combine as many of those elements as possible; while some are sure to stick out — in a cake, it’s no doubt the sweetness — the others can provide a much needed complement so that no single component is overpowering. In that same cake, there’s assuredly a touch of sal...
Tags: Life, Alcohol, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, New Orleans, Manhattan, Spirits, Amaro, Sazerac, Regan, Peychaud


Ten refreshing books to read for National Beer Day [reading list]

Beer is one of the world’s oldest produced alcoholic beverages and since its invention some 13,000 years ago, people across the globe have been brewing, consuming, and even worshiping this amber nectar. Whether you prefer a pale ale, wheat beer, stout, or lager, from the cask or a humble bottle, beer enthusiasts can agree that the topic of beer is as complex as its taste.In celebration of National Beer Day, discover a refreshing selection of titles that explore the social and historical influenc...
Tags: Europe, Books, Featured, America, History, World, Beer, Britain, Food & Drink, Sociology, British, Brewing, Social Sciences, Mesopotamia, Garrett Oliver, Arts & Humanities


‘Rideshare Foodie’ Uber Driver Finds Favorite Spots In All 50 States

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Tags: Food, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, America, Drink, Food & Drink, South Dakota, Stockton, North, Torres, Wichita Kansas, Arts & Culture, Sacramento News, Stockton News


Cool Stuff: ‘Friends’, ‘The Goonies’, ‘A Christmas Story’ and ‘Caddyshack’ Are Becoming Ice Cream Flavors

Who hasn’t watched their favorite movie or TV show and though to themselves, “Damn it, I wish this was an ice cream so my tastebuds could get in on all the fun that my eyes and ears are having.” Thankfully, the premium ice cream company Serendipity (which has an iconic hot spot seen in many movies and TV shows set in New York City), is making your dreams come true. Serendipity Brands has announced a new partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products that will bring four new pints to shelves in...
Tags: Movies, Friends, New York City, Warner Bros, Cool Stuff, Caddyshack, A-Christmas-Story, Warner Bros Consumer Products, The-Goonies, Food/Drink, SlashFilm Daily, Serendipity Brands, Caddyshack Gopher Traxs Vanilla, Fudge Peppermint Cookie Fudge Sundae Mint, Serendipty


Pop-Up Shop: Huele A Wela’s Will Have You Craving Cookies

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Tags: Food, Facebook, Food & Drink, Best Of, Laurie, West Elm, Lori Diaz, Lori Wallace, Huela A Wela, Huele


How to Make the Perfect Irish Coffee

When it comes to St. Patty’s Day drinks, you have a few classics to choose from: Guinness beer (which you can also make bread with), whiskey ginger, and of course, Irish coffee.  Whether served morning, afternoon, or evening on March 17th (or any day you’re feeling particularly Irish!), a hot Irish coffee is a delectable cocktail that anyone can make — no shaking needed, no hard-to-find ingredients necessary.  The genesis of Irish coffee — a simple mixture of coffee, sugar, cream, and whis...
Tags: Life, Alcohol, America, Travel & leisure, Ireland, Food & Drink, Spirits, Kroger, Buena Vista, Jameson, Wharf, Buena Vista Café, Ingredients Vessel Coffee Stick, Irish Cream Coffee Use Baileys


Watch Orson Welles’ Intoxicating Wine Commercials That Became an 80s Cultural Phenomenon

“We will sell no wine before its time”: some Americans respond to this phrase with a chuckle of recognition, others by asking who’ll sell what wine before when. The difference must be generational, since those alive to watch television in the late 1970s and early 80s can’t have avoided hearing those words intoned on a regular basis — and in no less powerful a voice than Orson Welles’. Coming up on forty years after Citizen Kane, the former boy-wonder auteur had fallen on hard times. Stru...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Television, California, College, Orson Welles, Netflix, Food & Drink, Beethoven, Salvador Dalí, Carlsberg, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Jim Beam, Welles, Andy Kaufman


Anthony Bourdain Talks About the Big Break That Changed His Life–at Age 44

In 1999, Anthony Bourdain’s career seemed to have stalled. While his “principal vocation remained his position as executive chef” at New York’s Les Halles, restless intelligence and wanderlust kept him looking for other opportunities. “He was 43 years old, rode hard and put up wet,” writes Elizabeth Nelson at The Ringer, “a recovering addict with a number of debts and a penchant for finding trouble in failing restaurants across the city.” He had fought for and won an undeniable measure of ...
Tags: Google, Books, New York, Cook, Television, College, Food & Drink, Cia, Fast Company, New Yorker, Cape Cod, New England, Anthony Bourdain, Les Halles, Facebook Twitter, Michael Pollan


The Life & Death of an Espresso Shot in Super Slow Motion

Some YouTuber posted online a pretty nice clip of an espresso shot being pulled from a La Marzocco FB80 espresso machine at 120 frames per second. They recommend muting the sound, then putting on your own music. I gave it a quick shot with the famous soundtrack for Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. And I’ll be damned, it syncs up pretty well. Have a better soundtrack to recommend? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below. Would you like to support the mission of...
Tags: Google, Facebook, London, College, Food & Drink, Volkswagen, Kubrick, Facebook Twitter, William S Burroughs, Le Corbusier, Renato Bialetti, Hertella Coffee Machine Mounted, Kant Voltaire Kierkegaard


5 Ways to Upgrade Instant Mix Pancakes

Every man should be able to make great pancakes, whether for a quick dinner for himself, Saturday morning breakfast for the kids, or as part of a brunch for out-of-town guests staying over his house. When it comes to the skill of great pancake-making, the crucial thing isn’t actually the ingredients used. Made from scratch, pancakes can take longer than necessary to whip up. Instant cakes — “Just add water!” — may not be quite as good, but they aren’t that far off either. You may think...
Tags: Google, Cooking, Life, Travel & leisure, Food & Drink, Recipes, Reese, Add Vanilla Extract Vanilla


‘Waffles + Mochi’ Trailer: Michelle Obama and Two Cute Puppets Take a Global Food Tour

Come for the delicious food shots, stay for Jack Black happily shouting, “Waffles! Mochi!” Waffles + Mochi has a hell of a pitch — Michelle Obama and a couple of puppets host a children’s cooking show — but despite the Mad Libs effect of that sentence, the new Netflix unscripted series looks like an utter delight. Watch the Waffles + Mochi trailer below. Waffles and Mochi Trailer Well this looks totally charming. Waffles + Mochi is the latest cooking show from Netflix — following the fo...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Barack Obama, Netflix, Italy, Michelle Obama, Peru, Jack Black, Barack, Mochi, Andes, Mrs Obama, Waffle, Waffles, TV Trailer


‘Waffles + Mochi’ is a New Netflix Cooking Show Featuring Michelle Obama and Some Puppets

Michelle Obama is hosting a brand new children’s cooking show on Netflix, with the help of some adorable little puppets. The former first lady is launching Waffles + Mochi, a 10-episode series that aims to introduce children to food from all around the world. Michelle Obama will be stepping in front of the camera as the host of Waffles + Mochi, the latest project under her and former President Barack Obama’s partnership with Netflix. While the pair have mostly produced the titles through the...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Obama, Barack Obama, Netflix, Italy, Michelle Obama, Peru, Barack, Mochi, Andes, Mrs Obama, Waffles, Jeremy Konner, Food/Drink


Watch a Korean Master Craftsman Make a Kimchi Pot by Hand, All According to Ancient Tradition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlwnBy16W0E The South Korean capital of Seoul, where I live, has in the 21st century astonished visiting Westerners with its technology, its infrastructure, and its sheer urban vitality. It strikes many of those Westerners (and I include myself among them) as considerably more developed than anywhere in the countries they came from. But however much Seoul may feel like the future, nowhere in Korea has the past wholly vanished. Take the bulbous earthenware ...
Tags: Google, Art, Japan, College, History, Food & Drink, Korea, Seoul, Facebook Twitter, Jin, Colin Marshall, Facebook Watch, 21st Century Los Angeles, Take Jin Gyu, Jin Gyu


The First American Cookbook: Sample Recipes from American Cookery (1796)

Image via Wikimedia Commons On the off chance Lin-Manuel Miranda is casting around for source material for his next American history-based blockbuster musical, may we suggest American Cookery by “poor solitary orphan” Amelia Simmons? First published in 1796, at 47 pages (nearly three of them are dedicated to dressing a turtle), it’s a far quicker read than the fateful Ron Chernow Hamilton biography Miranda impulsively selected for a vacation beach read. Slender as it is, there’s no shortage...
Tags: Google, College, New York City, America, Georgia, History, Britain, United States, Food & Drink, Smithsonian, Library Of Congress, Hamilton, Arizona State University, Facebook Twitter, Simmons, Lin Manuel Miranda


The Life Cycle of a Cup of Coffee: The Journey from Coffee Bean, to Coffee Cup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0VWroX0gZA Do you think you would recognize a coffee plant if you came across one in the wild? Not that it’s likely outside the so-called “coffee belt,” the region of the world most rich in soil, shade, mild temperatures, and copious rainfall. Farmed coffee plants “are pruned short to conserve their energy,” the National Coffee Association notes, but they “can grow to more than 30 feet (9 meters) high. Each tree is covered with green, waxy leaves growing ...
Tags: Google, College, Southeast Asia, Colombia, Food & Drink, Ethiopia, South America, Facebook Twitter, Saharan Africa, Durham NC Follow, Kant Voltaire Kierkegaard Josh Jones, the National Coffee Association


Cocktails with a Curator: The Frick Pairs Weekly Art History Lectures with Cocktail Recipes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAVlWxw9wh8 Once upon a time, not so long ago, First Fridays at the Frick were a gracious way for New Yorkers to kick off the weekend. Admission was waived, participants could take part in open sketching sessions or enjoy live performance, and curators were on hand to give mini lectures on the significance and historical context of certain prized paintings in the collection. Rather than pull the plug entirely when the museum closed due to the pandemic, the...
Tags: Google, Art, College, New York City, Spain, Food & Drink, Museums, Proust, Facebook Twitter, Boucher, Velázquez, Pisco, Vermeer, Philip IV, Hans Holbein, Claude Monet