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Cooking With Butter, Better

Cooking With Butter, Better

We’ve all heard that butter makes everything taste better, and it’s true. Some of the best recipes for our favorite dishes include butter as an ingredient. But getting the most out of butter is an art that should be perfect to bring out its full glory. Below I’ve...
6 Things to Look for in a Whisky

6 Things to Look for in a Whisky

1. Region Whisky is very popular but also quite rare. The spirit is only produced in approximately 7 regions around the world, including Scotland, Ireland, USA, Japan, India, Canada, and Australia. Each region employs a different process as a well varying ingredients...
Would You Drink a Cocktail From… A Can?

Would You Drink a Cocktail From… A Can?

When canned beer debuted in 1935, it was a feat years in the making. By then, many foods and drinks had already been sold and bought in aluminum cans, but packaging beer using such new technology was a matter of trial and error. Nevertheless, beer in a can was a hit...
Beer Is For Women

Beer Is For Women

There are gender-specific stereotypes about almost everything within our culture–from clothing to colors–alcohol is no different. Cosmos, Appletinis, wine and the like are all seen as for and marketed to women, while beverages like beer and whiskey are...
Understanding Wine Pairing

Understanding Wine Pairing

If you enjoy the experience of food as much as the taste, it is likely that you already have a good understanding of the importance of pairing it with wine. The process of doing so is centuries old, as wine was first considered a staple with every meal as opposed to a...
A New Era of Whisky

A New Era of Whisky

Whisky isn’t new. In fact, the spirit dates back to sometime in the 15th century, when the Irish were introduced to the process of distillation. More than 300 years later the drink became popular in America, with the arrival of Irish and Scottish immigrants, who began...