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Are you consumed by an overwhelming desire to drink every time you look at Twitter these days? Same. Luckily, we've found some easy ways to make pisco cocktails that are the perfect blend of sweet, sour, and heat — perfect for the "enraged liberal snowflake." Pisco Chile, the Chilean grape brandy which you probably know from Pisco Sours, is deliciously versatile. Have you ever had a Pisco Hibisco? Or a Polola? Here are three pisco cocktail recipes you can make at home (or, if you're too blinded...
Looking for a place to just sit back and shoot the breeze while scooping mounds of cheesecake into your mouth? Look no further! Michael J.La Rue has finally opened up his Golden Girls themed cafe Rue La Rue in Washington Heights. According to Gothamist, the restaurant will start off serving breakfast and lunch and once adjusted, will move onto to dinner service as well. LaRue has inherited memorabilia from the late Rue McClanahan and will be displaying it at the cafe for fans."I have a whole warehouse going...
This golden-crust-covered stew is the ultimate comfort food Come snow season, there is nothing as fabulous as a great pot pie. Chicken is the most famous kind, but you can throw just about anything into the filling of this warming dish and it will come out delicious. Making the piecrust is the most intimidating part, but don’t worry, I’ve got a workaround. If you’re a mover and a baker, just use your favorite piecrust recipe and rock on, but using store-bought pie crust, puff pastry, or...
  These book-inspired food blogs are totally lit Few literary scenes are as memorable as those that conjure a good meal. Remember the mayonnaise-and-tomato sandwiches from Harriet the Spy? Or the key lime pie that lands in the face of a cheating husband in Heartburn? Luckily for ravenous readers, a growing community of “literary food bloggers” is providing a delightful Venn diagram of book club–worthy reads and Instagram-ready eats. Madeleines from Swann's Way via thelittlelibrarycafe.com Kate Young of The Little Library Café and Bryton Taylor of Food in Literature, take...

Poster from @isntfuctionart If ever there was a day to eat your feelings, today is it. In honor of #NATIONALCHEEESEDAY, here is some food that won't fix anything, but might just make the pain go away for a bit. Mac 'n' Cheese, what can I say, gooey all over, golden and silky smooth. It has the carbs that cradle your stomach and the cheese that tells your brain everything is going to be okay, because as studies show, cheese induces the same effects as heroin. Image via @macncheeseparty Nachos,...
While many of us will want to drown our sorrows this Inauguration Day, some people are a little more proactive about it. Kelissa Hieber, head brewer at Goldspot Brewing, and Bess Dougherty, another Denver-based brewer, wanted to push back at the climate of hate and oppression that has been festering anew in the past few months. They organized a group of like-minded women brewers in Denver to concoct Makin’ Noise: A Pussy Riot Beer, which will be tapped on Jan. 20. Donations from the proceeds will...

  Having people over for New Years and want to show off your best #adulting skills? We’ve compiled some of our favorite party food ideas to help you say good riddance to 2016 and ring in a delicious 2017. Auld lang YUM.   Homemade Smoke And Spice Almond Hummus - because hummus will always be there for you.   Barbecue Popcorn, Toasted Ravioli and Chocolate Krispie Nut Bites? That's some finger-lickin'-good finger food.    Why not follow that up with Sweet Potato Apples With Candied Pecans?   If you’ve got the time: tamales. Yes please.    Really impress the crew...
  “In half a minute Mrs. Cratchit entered—flushed, but smiling proudly—with the pudding, like a speckled cannon-ball, so hard and firm, blazing in half of half-a-quartern of ignited brandy, and bedight with Christmas holly stuck into the top.” — A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, 1843. A 19th century Christmas feast would not be complete without a Christmas pudding. Comprised of dried fruit, suet, egg, flour, and other basic ingredients, it was a popular holiday dish in both the Regency and Victorian eras. Naturally, there are many historical...
Whether your favorite foodie prefers to make sweet, savory, or alcoholic treats — or prefers to skip the "making" step and just eat them! — we've found TK of the season's best buys for the kitchen and the home bar, plus a few ready-made treats for the food-loving-but-cooking-challenged peeps out there. The Inspiralizer will let them turn zucchini, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, and other veggies into spaghetti-like noodles.THE INSPIRALIZER, $49.95, INSPIRALIZED.COM Although it sports a sweet, vintage pattern, this pan is thoroughly modern, with a non-stick interior and...
Make holiday cookies that are too cute to eat! Frosted sugar cookies are a holiday staple. But those green Christmas trees with grocery store sprinkles are kind of played. Why not create your own color palette, and give your cookies a little personality to boot? Brown butter and an extra touch of salt put a tasty twist on this cookie-swap standard, and adorable decorations make them as cute as they are tasty. Salted Brown Butter Sugar Cookies Ingredients 1½ sticks unsalted butter, cut into pieces2 cups all-purpose flour¼ cup...
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