Entries by Mark

  • 12.16.09St. Patrick’s Day: “Céad Míle Fáilte” One Hundred Thousand Welcomes

    It’s not easy being green. But that doesn’t stop millions of happy, drunk Irishmen or their boy-o’s from celebrating St. Patrick’s Day every year. March 17th is when the big drinkers come out to play. Thank God for the patron saint of beer. Paddy will be looking down over our shoulders, as he does every March, making sure that everyone has enough beer to flush a blarney stone and enough corned beef to clog at least two ventricles and your left atrium.

  • 111.16.08Corned Beef & Cabbage

    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.

  • 011.16.08Italian Burger

    Mama mia, that’s a spicy meatball. A few simple additions to your ground beef will make this burger as sweet as a sausage.

  • 011.16.08Whiskey Steak

    A couple of nights ago I was hungry and sober, so I decided to kill two birds with one stone.

  • 111.16.08Chicken ala Frank

    One day Frank was looking for a way to punch up his classic chicken parm dinner. He stumbled upon his secret ingredient, like so many of us do, while starring into a mostly empty refrigerator.

  • 011.16.08Cluckin’ Bean Chili

    We found something for all you weirdos that like chili but not the beefing kind. This will serve about 6 of you with no seconds, so if you’re hungry plan ahead.

  • 011.16.08Grilled Pizza

    This recipe seems more difficult than it actually is. The pizza comes off of your grill flavorful and crispy. This recipe make one 10-12 inch pizza, but plan on making more than one, they go fast.

  • 011.16.08Tequila Tenderloin

    This recipe is easy to make and its impressive. Don’t let the shopping list scare you because you really can’t go wrong with pork… or tequila.

  • 011.16.08Grilled Cajun Chops

    Whether cajun cooking thrills you or scares you, here is a recipe we can all deal with—unless you don’t eat pork.

  • 211.3.08Bitburger: Willkommen bei Bitburger!

    Welcome to Bitburger! I have to translate that for those of you who don’t speak German or have no common sense. OK, now that I’ve insulted your intelligence let’s move this thing right along…

  • 05.8.00Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

    I first had Sierra Nevada Pale Ale about five years ago. It was at a time in my life when I began venturing out past my usual beverage fall-backs like Budweiser and Coors Light (and I was feeling a little fat).