Feds sting Amish farmer selling raw milk locally:... →
Is the war on milk better or worse than the war on drugs?
EZ Grill: the disposable BBQ grill →
It’s recyclable. Otherwise, totally American.
Can I eat this? →
A roundup of people on MetaFilter who go beyond “when in doubt, throw it out.”
Flavor Flav's chicken restaurant closes →
Because we all expected this to work out beautifully, right?
Help transcribe The New York Public Library's... →
Husband, father, son, and lover of carbohydrates.– My likely epitaph.
Iowa = loose meat sandwiches →
Since Nebraska gets corn on the cob, I’m guessing they’ve got less food culture than we do.
Rules for eating and drinking →
Alex Balk’s rules for drinking are just like Michael Pollan’s rules for eating. Only different.
They wash their hands after handling the sausage
sbergus answered your question: Best in Iowa City — the actual city — you ask? You left out an important category, what is your favorite pizza. I would say Falbos, but I haven’t had much exposure to the market in a while Yes, Falbo Bros. is the best, followed by The Wedge and Wig & Pen.
That's the answer to a different question
adambs answered your question: Best in Iowa City — the actual city — you ask? Hamburg over Bluebird. If the question was “Where is the most Iowa City place to eat?” or “Where is the greasiest?” or “Where is the place to get crappy service or be ignored?” then you would be correct, Adam. But the question was...
Best in Iowa City — the actual city — you ask?
Easy. Breakfast: Bluebird Diner Burgers: Short’s Burgers and Shine Mexican: La Reyna Mediterranean: Oasis Falafel Nice Dinner: Hearth Pricey Dinner: Chef’s Table See? Easy.
This seems to be the general new-grill consensus
ghollingsworth answered your question: I need a new grill. The Weber Performer series is a little over $300, but meets most of the criteria. Using it as a smoker could be dicey, but not impossible. Folks on Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook all seem to agree that this is what I want. I’ve smoked with a Weber before, so I know it’s...
I need a new grill.
I’d like it to: Use charcoal. None of that propane crap. Have a table-like area sturdy enough to set to-be-cooked on. Be usable as a smoker. Not have a skimpy cooking area. I don’t need 1,000 square inches, but I don’t want to have to squeeze every thing together when I cook, say, meat and vegetable skewers at the same time. Have wheels for moving and be sturdy enough to be...
The next post on what's next for Next tickets
Next’s website doesn’t seem to suggest that a patron with a ticket can’t resell it for higher than facevalue in its FAQ: The ticket is completely transferable. However, selling tickets for greater than face value may be illegal in your area. Or on its page about resales.
What's next for Next tickets?
Next, three-Michelin-star having chef Grant Achatz and his Alinea partner Nick Kokonas’s newest restaurant, employs a new system for booking tables: tickets. Dinners book tables at the restaurant like they would seats for the theater or a football game: bought ahead, non-refundable. But, according to The New York Times in February: […]if the baby sitter cancels or the girlfriend doesn’t...
I just finished off my bottle Templeton Rye.
I need more.
My Top 10 Ice Creams I've Consumed In The Past 24...
hurtling: 1. Ben & Jerry’s Clusterfluff 2. Ben & Jerry’s Late Night Snack 3. Reese’s Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cups 4. Ben & Jerry’s Peanut Butter Cup 5. Ben & Jerry’s Maple Blondie 6. Valentini Guava 7. Ben & Jerry’s Red Velvet Cake 8. Blue Bunny Super Chunky Cookie Dough 9. Publix Premium Strawberry Shortcake 10. Edy’s Thin Mint I’m afraid that my romantic...
Ralph Steadman fights Michigan over a beer label... →