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.
How To Order Chinese Food Like A Pro
It’s easy to fall into a routine when it comes to ordering Chinese food — General Tso’s, side of fried rice, and a fortune cookie. We want to let you in on a little secret — when you venture outside of the norm in Chinese cuisine, your world will change.
Nutella pizza exists, and that’s exactly what we needed to know right now
In a dark world, we believe it's possible that Nutella pizza could save us, or at least help us get through the day. Plus ice cream.
Tip & Tricks from a Bartender
Want to learn how to shake a cocktail like a pro? Top bartender Brian Means from Dirty Habit shares his best tips for shaking cocktails. What are you waiting...
How to Make Ice Cream Without a Machine (Hooray!)
Nope, you don't need fancy equipment to chill out. Here's how to make ice cream without a machine.
How To Order Sushi Like A Pro
Ordering sushi can be daunting, especially if you don’t regularly do it. Where is that lunch special I saw yesterday? Why did I get the wrong roll? We have t...
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.
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.
BBQ tip: Two reasons to keep your grill clean
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.