Clean grills improve barbecue food flavor and presentation says BBQ expert Jeff Igel. All you need is a wire brush and heat. And maybe a beer.
Dallas-Area Cops to Serve Norma’s Café Customers During Tip A Cop Event on May 10
Cops and Law Enforcement Torch Run members will serve table for tips, which will be donated to support local Special Olympics Texas athletes. DALLAS – Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) and the Law Enfo…
Essentials of a “Shake” Tip at a Vegas Club
This is to help those clueless patrons who either have zero clue on how to tip or how much.
We Asked 7 Bartenders: What Is the Most Underrated Cocktail?
Here are the cocktails that you aren't ordering, but should be, according to various bartenders across the nation. You'll thank us later.
How to Make Delightful, Doughy Mexican Buñuelos Without a Recipe
You can (and should) make buñuelos at home—don't be afraid to fry.
Pizza Delivery Guy Once Received Kitten As A Tip, Still Has It 17 Years Later
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Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
How to Cook Lobster
If you're intimidated by live lobsters, relax; they're really easy to fix. Think about lobster prep like cooking corn on the cob -- just plunge them into boiling water. The whole process takes about 30 minutes, using these step-by-step directions.
7 Tips for Proper Italian Wine Storage
It is common knowledge that the quality of wine improves with time. Most Italian wines only require being stored for a few years to attain their best taste. But a few varietals—namely Barolo and Brunello—may take many years to mature. These top wines benefit greatly from a custom wine cellar to mature to the required …
Stop Calling That Juicy Steak ‘Bloody’
You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.