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15 Creative and Delicious Things You Can Make With Oreos

Face it. You love Oreos. We all love Oreos. (Those ridiculous Manning brothers/Donald Trump twins ads aside.) And since we were kids, we’ve eaten them one of two ways: Straight up. Or dunked in milk. (Twisting them in half first and eating the icing first is a given. If you...
Posted On 24 Mar 2010

St. Paddy’s Feast: Whiskey Soaked Corned Beef with Potato and Cabbage Cannelloni

Besides drinking copious amounts of beer and whiskey, another St. Paddy’s tradition is eating corned beef and cabbage. And last week I posted a cocktail that combines them all. And at the bottom I included a new twist on the traditional corned beef and cabbage recipe. So in...
Posted On 17 Mar 2010

Attention Bacon Freaks: They Wrote Us a Cookbook

It can’t be said enough: Bacon is the perfect food. (You know, health-nut rantings aside.) It can be enjoyed all by itself for breakfast, atop a sandwich enhancing the stuff beneath, or even as part of a gourmet dinner, wrapped around scallops or a juicy filet. It’s...
Posted On 12 Mar 2010

The Bacon Candle: Pork Products Meet Mood Lighting

How many times have you been out on a date with your girlfriend, wife, one-night-stand-to-be, or left hand… at a fancy, overpriced, guaranteed to over-promise and under-deliver steakhouse, when you find yourself staring down at the flickering light of the candle on the...
Posted On 11 Mar 2010

The McKinley Mac and Mustard Whopper: 24 Restaurant Secret Menu Items Revealed

Most of us – fortunately or unfortunately – can walk into almost any fast food place and order without looking at the menu. We’ve got them memorized, and have our favorite “usual” at each place. But some places have a few secret menu items (with a...
Posted On 09 Mar 2010

A Good Night at Mala Noche… and Something to Eat When You’re Drinking Tequila

So I finally made it to Guadalajara, Mexico for the big Jose Cuervo bash (pics and video to come), after spending almost 14 hours traveling. And I will tell you this: The free flowing tequila and cervezas… and the women of Mexico… make it all worth the effort. (As you...
Posted On 04 Mar 2010

Weekend Grill: Chris Lilly’s Mushroom Crusted Beef Tenderloin

Last November you’ll remember I went to the Kingsford University to learn some grillin’ skills. And came back with some outstanding recipes that I posted here. Well, there are a couple I didn’t share. And I was reminded of this by my friends Denise and Lenny...
Posted On 25 Feb 2010

6 Reasons Eating Healthier Meat Can Keep Your Meat Healthier

Ever wonder if eating meat is what’s been keeping the meat of millions of men down? Me either. I figured it was just old age, or all those tabloid pics of Amy Winehouse we’ve been subjected to. That was before I spoke to John Wood (you’ll see why that’s...
Posted On 19 Feb 2010

Free 24 Pack of Sumseeds Caffeinated Sunflower Seeds to the First 65 of You That Click

A while ago I wrote about Sumseeds (read it here), sunflower seeds fortified with caffeine, taurine, ginseng, and other buzz-indicing ingredients, to keep you awake and alert during the afternoon sluggish time. In fact, just one 1.75 oz bag of Sumseeds delivers almost twice the...
Posted On 17 Feb 2010

It’s a Cocktail… It’s a Cupcake… It’s a V-Day Treat She’ll Never Forget

I know I’m a little late to the party with this, but if you’re looking for a unique way to end your Valentine’s Day dinner, with a special treat she’ll remember for a long time, take a look at these limited edition liqueur cupcakes from Chicago baker, More...
Posted On 12 Feb 2010