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Never eat more than you can lift.
Never before have we seen a kitchen knife get as much press as the 8-inch Oriental Chef’s knife from Global. A few years back, it was in several magazines including Wired and Popular Science to name two, and no wonder… it looks like a prop out of a futuristic movie.
When you’re looking to get yourself a knife or a set of knives, there are a few things you should consider before you make your purchase… “Will I use the size of the knife to threaten others? Will I be killing anyone? And if so, will I need to dismember the body?”
Ted Nugent likes to say, “You can’t grill it until you kill it.” Well, even if you don’t kill it personally, now you can grill it just like the Nuge.
Through the years, many of you have emailed and asked if we sell t-shirts and other things with our logo on them. Why, we don’t know. But we finally went out and hired some 7 year-olds and put them to work in our sweatshops. The results of their labor are below.
Three great books by Food Network favorite Alton Brown are guaranteed to increase your foodipedia knowledge base and recipe repertoire.
The folks at OObject have put together a list of 16 videos involving everything from proper use of a turkey fryer, to elaborate turkey fryer contraptions to deep fryin’ hillbillies holdin’ guns.
Seasonal Beers are the gems of the brewing world. They can come and go in a cyclical fashion, and they represent the best in creativity and passion that a brewer can deliver. Seasonal beers focus on seasonal ingredients and highlight flavors that harmonize with the fare of the moment.
Last week, shareholders of Anheuser-Busch approved the $52 billion sale of the business to Belgium-based InBev, a deal that set the stage to create the world’s largest brewer.
The notorious animal rights activism group has requested that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont raise their health insurance rates for meat eaters (and drop rates for vegetarians).
I have completely hijacked this Corned Beef recipe to make it my own! After 10 years of making it, I know how to do it right.
The best recipes come from the best kept secrets. My grandmother got a chili recipe from a guy who sold it in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. It was a secret recipe that he kept closely guarded all his life.
It’s no secret that Wyck Fowler perfected chili 35 years ago in Pecos, Texas. So why should you delude yourself into thinking you can improve it? Well, I say you can.
Although you can eat this anytime of the year, it’s known as a St. Patrick’s Day favorite, part of our Cead Mile Failte St. Pat’s article.
This is a great chili recipe for all of you lazy shlubs out there who want home made chili and want it NOW!
Anytime you combine beer and beef into any type of recipe you know that it’s gonna knock your freggin’ socks off.