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Well I don’t have anything else planned for today, let’s get drunk!
Hey couch potatoes and couch foodies… this post is for you. Food Network dishes out new shows in both primetime and daytime for the 2009-2010 season. Highlights include another sign that we’re out of television ideas: What Would Brian Boitano Make?
According to a recent report, scientists are blaming fat people as contributors to global warming. Scientists warned that the increase in big-eaters means more food production–a major cause of CO2 gas emissions warming Mother Earth. And of all the days to find this out, it had to be on Earth Day 🙁
You know bacon is delicious, but did you know it contains enough energy to melt metal? Theodore Gray basically built a thermal lance using dried prosciutto to generate a grease fire hot enough to ignite steel and burn a hole clear through steel!
The Boston Beer Co., which produces Samuel Adams, has encouraged hop lovers and malt mavens nationwide, sponsoring an annual home-brew contest. Three winners have been named from 1,300-plus entries. Now, they’ve come together in the “Samuel Adams LongShot Variety Package,” a six-pack with two bottles of each.
Wouldn’t it be cool if someone invented a powder that turned regular tap water into beer? Powdered Beer has been formulated by Munich-based research chemist, Hans Schattenhose. All hail Prof. Schattenhose!
I am a big fan of Peeps, the little marshmallow chicks that candy manufacturer Just Born ships to just about every grocery and drug store in the world to stocks the shelves with around Easter. So it was cool to find this photo gallery of how they are made.
Forget the hair of the dog, wash away your morning hangover with a bar of beer from the Beer Soap Company.
People who enjoy a glass or two of wine or beer every day could be helping to keep their bones strong according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Our economic meltdown has stifled entrepreneurial activity across the board. But as we’ve mentioned recently, craft beer makers are seeing slow, but still-strong sales increases as they outperform the rest of beer industry.
As a born and raised New Yorker, I was long deprived of the wicked snack called a Whoopie Pie. But it seems it is finally having it’s day.
For St. Patrick’s Day, Fox pulled out 10 celebratory tidbits on the Patron Saint of the Irish. Here’s a few, in summary.
College women may be drinking more than they can handle to impress guys on campuses across the country, but a possibly flawed study suggests most college men are not looking for a woman to match them drink for drink.
Beer Wars is an upcoming documentary about the clash between corporate beer companies and independent brewers. The movie is billed as an irreverent and comical journey through the underbelly of the American beer industry. Hmmm… might be more like the beer belly of the industry.
That’s a catchy title, eh? I have to admit, I did not make it up… I stole the subject from a website called SheKnows, a potpourri of exciting articles for the ladies. I don’t want to spoil the ending, but the green food coloring dye did it.
A visually delicious website popped up on the interwebs last month. This is Why You’re Fat is food porn at it’s finest… a photo stream of the world’s frankenfoods submitted by you, the fat bastard that created the marvelous monstrosity.