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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...
BBQ tip: Simplify grill airflow at barbecue
Grill airflow deserves some thought, but don't overthink it. There are plenty of other demands to make your barbecue go right.
How to Make Delightful, Doughy Mexican Buñuelos Without a Recipe
You can (and should) make buñuelos at home—don't be afraid to fry.
Can You Identify These Guitars by Their Headstocks?
Here's a quiz from our friends over at Reverb.com.Can you correctly identify these 12 guitars from just their headstocks? The logos and model names have been removed to make things a bit trickier. Certainly that won't slow down all the experts who comment on our Facebook posts. Or will it?Good luck!
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.
What Chicago Restaurants Are Also Wedding Venues?
Here are seven Chicago restaurants that are known for their quality cuisine and their beautiful private event spaces for weddings.
Server Donates His Tips To Tornado Victims
Tyler Segraves, a waiter at Red Lobster in Oklahoma City, decided to donate all of his tips from his shift to Tornado Victims. When he tweeted his plan the post immediately went viral. Told my last table I’m donating all my tips from today to the tornado victims. And this is what they left. #Blessed …
Pizza Delivery Guy Once Received Kitten As A Tip, Still Has It 17 Years Later
Food News, Recipes, and Humor
Lemon & Almond Ricotta Cakes
Sweet and savoury baking for a range of skill levels, all recipes include step by step photos and instructions.
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.