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Cure the Brown Bottle Flu

At the time, let’s say the 1800’s to the 1860’s, cocktails were generally considered a morning drink. In other words, “a hair of the dog that bit you.” Much like morphine and other misunderstood chemicals at the time, alcohol was, namely, (and ...

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What do we associate with romance? Candles, soft music, and wine usually top most people’s lists, but what about whipping up a batch of mashed potatoes, frying some okra, or laying out a bowl of sparrow brains? These foods (if we define foods ... more

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Alcohol helps you forget, but coffee makes you remember (supposedly). So what happens when you combine the two? Something interesting no doubt. Although coffee’s origin has been documented back to the 15th Century (read all about it in this ... more

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The holiday season is quickly approaching, and you should be looking for ways to enhance your traditional baked goods. Spice your culinary season up by baking with booze this year. If you don’t already bake with liquor I want to encourage you to ... more

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If there’s one thing that definitely isn’t true about the folklore surrounding Thanksgiving, it’s that Pilgrims introduced alcohol to the Native Americans. Wherever organic material has existed on Earth (which is literally everywhere), humans ... more

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If your Thanksgiving Day is anything like mine, it starts early and is packed full of gatherings that are filled with all your loveable, and sometimes not-so-loveable family members. Maybe you wake up early to watch the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving ... more

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