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Thirsty Thursday: It’s Time to Start Brewing Limoncello

When life gives you lemons, what do you do with them? Do you go to the old stand-by and make a fresh batch of lemonade? That’s a great idea! But wait. Might I suggest making your own homemade Italian lemon liqueur instead? Think of it as an adult version of lemonade. Start brewing up batches […]

How to Make a Champion Brisket

In my experience, there are two primary schools of brisket: Texas-style (slow-smoked for hours and served with white bread, pictured above) and Jewish-style (oven-braised for hours in a sweet-sour sauce often spiked with Manischewitz). But last week at the annual Brisket King of NYC competition, I experienced this fatty, flavorful cut of beef in ways […]

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Japanese Bakery Makes Bowls of Ramen Out of Cake

Have you gone your entire day without seeing anything new and ridiculous? Leave it to the culinary mavericks in Japan to put an end to that. The Machi no Kumasan bakery in Gunma, Japan has crafted a bowl of ramen that looks like the real thing but is actually made entirely out of cake. This […]

Hump Day Snack: Get Hired With a Chocolate Bar Resume

Someone is about to get a Pay Day for the most innovative resume we’ve seen, Bar None. Congratulations on the new job, Nick AKA Mr. Goodbar. You deserve 100 Grand. While we’re staring at cool chocolate bars, why not browse through our gallery of nostalgic, old-fashioned and retro candy bars. It can’t hurt bringing a […]

The Best Mix-Ins For Your Biscuits

Take your classic biscuit recipe or store-bought mix to a whole new level with the addition of these sweet or salty mix-ins.

Sifted: Brunch Inspiration, Healthy Dinner Options + More

Whiskey Maple Syrup from Life as a Strawberry5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Life’s a Strawberry’s whiskey maple syrup corrupts sweet, fluffy pancakes in a deliciously good way. Add Crepes of Wrath’s spicy baked eggs to this weekend’s brunch menu. The combination of the zesty roasted red pepper sauce, sweet potatoes and runny yolk is perfect. […]

Dinner Rush! Winter White Turkey Chili

Aside from being painfully chic – what with its “winter white” moniker and all – this recipe is a particularly sentimental one for me as it’s one of the first things my now husband made for me when we first started dating. You see we both went to culinary school – met there in fact […]

Cookbook Giveaway: Nigellissima

Anyone who has ever heard Nigella Lawson describe food in her unmistakable sultry accent knows that she’s a Brit, through and through. But in the kitchen, her style has always leaned Italian. “It was when I was sixteen or seventeen that I decided to be Italian,” Nigella explains in the introduction to her ninth cookbook, […]

Philly Food Truck Offers Free Tacos For Life

When you think street foods, your mind may drift immediately to pizza and hot dogs. However, thanks to the burgeoning food truck industry, the taco is rapidly becoming many people’s street food of choice. A new taco truck in Philadelphia is trying to get off the ground and offering a tantalizing treasure to early backers. […]

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