These guys opened a coffee shop and venue under the same name in Grand Rapids MI, a few years ago. It lasted a few months because they never paid their taxes or bills. These guys are scum.
Yes, the three levels of the original candy corn taste different. Like M&Ms do.
You are hilarious!
Nice article differentiating between the regional and smaller local markets!
Where do you get bones in Charlotte? Specifically veal bones.
This is amazing!! This is a Female that is very strongly business minded . Very helpful to the community to have a option now of what they order. Greatly planed to astonishment. Posted by: George M.
Lure oyster bars Sunday brunch is phenomenal! $17/person $10 bottomless mimosas and $4 build your own bloody Mary bar
If you don't like black shows cooking or otherwise turn the dam channel and shut you racist ass up all the cooking shows cook different foods each day what the hell show were you watching
Damm racist azz people suck azz always got something negative to say about others , tell me what the hell have you accomplish lately? Do you have your own show of any kind? No because if you did you wouldn't have time to talk about someone else that has so shut you dam mouth.
A thousand word article on the perfect BLT and all I need to do is look at the picture to know it's all wrong. BLT, the L stands for lettuce. It's a third of the sandwich, not two little sad limp pieces of garnish. You use the word "umami" more than you use the word "lettuce", your argument is invalid (and pretentious).
My seven year old is requesting that I make him a chocolate and peanut butter smoothie. I have all of my ingredients accounted for except for the chocolate part. The recipes I've found use cocoa powder. Do you have a recommendation for this?
PS... your book is fantastic! I'm not even half way through, and I've learned so much already!
can't wait to try this. I have had Moroccan cuisine before while traveling to morocco and Boy that was delicious. The aroma is so delightful for all the foodies and non foodies.
Hello can i have te recipe. I really love this chin chin. And when you see this you dee know is right one
Tina: I'm black and grew up poor. There is a BIG difference between the wealth of food that comes from African-American culture and people ... and ramen noodles and hot dogs. Or BBQ spaghetti, whatever that is.
Very tasty! I think what made it even better was that I used lemon basil, not just regular basil.
What the fuck does "ghetto ", meaning, do y'all know that's racist, people from the ghetto, projects are poor people, mostly good people, who didn't have all the advantages of life
I can't wait. More African food in Charlotte!!
The trout and the out of this world burger are delicious, but so is the chicken, the pasta, the steak and everything on the menu! And don't forget the amazing desserts. It is impossible to pick a favorite. I've tried them all and they are all favorites. Corkbuzz is an excellent addition to Charlotte!
Lagers certainly do come in more varieties than Bud/Miller/Coors/Stella.
All Oktoberfest beers are lagers - they're also called "Märzenbier", literally "March Beer" referring to the fact that it was traditionally brewed in March and then lagered until the fall.
Bock beers are lagers - Maibock, Doppelbock, Weizenbock. So are Dunkels and of course Pilsners. Kölsch is warm-fermented but then cold-lagered.
My recommendations for the hophead wanting to dip their toe into lagerland would be OMB's Fruh Bock (Maibock style) and Spaten Oktoberfest. These are hoppier than your average lager.
I'll echo adriwawa's praise of Red Oak - Carolina Ale House on College has three of their selections on tap right now: the original (an Amber), Hummin' Bird (Helles) and Battlefield (Bock). A particular favorite is Big Oak, a "Vienna Lager" that's an amped-up (7%ABV) version of Red Oak.
Compared to the over-the-top craft brewed ales suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder saturating the American beer market, most American lagers are boring. Go to Munich, Germany and stop at one of the Augustiner brewhouses, order a helles, and you'll find that American macrobreweries have bastardized lagers. If you can't make it to Munich, Red Oak in Whitsett, NC brews some of the most authentic lagers I've had in the States.
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