That old Wiley column was fantastic.
Here, have one of these to take the edge off:
Tamarind is a really big ingredient in Thai cooking, so looking for tamarind pulp at any Asian grocery store will be your best option. Then, we found this food.com recipe to turn that pulp into a juice:
Buzzfeed may say that made that, but that was native advertising. You can see the Unilever logo prominently during one part of that video where one of them is flipping through a magazine. What does Unilever make? Dove. What does Dove make? The nearly identical "Campaign for Real Beauty" ads.
We don't know. If you find out, give us the lowdown, because we want that $150.
1. You can use California brandy if you’re looking for something cheaper. Korbel will work just fine.
2. Using 2 oz of Bourbon works well, too. Feel free to experiment with your own flavor combinations. Rum and brandy work great together, we mix tequila and dry sherry at my bar, but you can always use 2 oz straight…
NO. NO. NO. Everyone knows the Immaculate Reception was Franco Harris.
Thanks for the info. That line has been corrected and a note on the error placed at the bottom of the article.