We gathered America’s top bartenders to ask them if it would be possible to judge a fellow bartender by having them make just one drink. We were surprised how many had the same answer: The Daiquiri. No, not that frozen concoction you can get out of a slushie machine at a bad resort, but the simple mix of lime, sugar…
Adriaan Frank of Plan Check explains what goes into one of Los Angeles’s best burgers and shares two more specialties from this restaurant on the city’s West Side.
What should you do with that Wasabi? Can I use my fingers? I’m supposed to eat that ginger, right? Katuzaka Iimori, the executive chef at Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya in New York City, answers all those questions when he shows us the proper way to eat sushi.
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"... then criticize Whitlock for only going after that type of talent."
Fair enough. You've been marked down as "Fucking Stupid."
Of all my dad's old Playboy's that I snuck peeks at as a kid, the one I still remember is the '79 Playmate of the Year:
Playboy Playmate of the Year cars should be pink like this Volvo Sportwagon awarded to 1973 Playmate of the Year.
Wow, these comments. I never seen so much aggressive support for the right to call women sluts without any repercussions. There seems to be more ire here for feminists than there is for men who tell female pornstars they are subhuman holes. Where the fuck am I?
That VW ad withstands the test of time.
Very nicely written article. Not sure why the hate is at the top of comment stack. Perhaps they should write what they would like to see, instead of thread-crapping on a nice effort. I suppose you could take it as a compliment that, if anything, they wanted to read more. Anyway, I enjoyed it.
Pepelemoko is a must visit in Portland. The grasshopper is amazing but the amaretto sour is simply out of this world.
Holy. Fucking. Shit.
You can't convince me that the Yuppie/redneck family tree from Idiocracy is not the best explanation for why the future looks so grim.
Amazing piece! Can't wait to see this guy get his own show.
If his catch phrase isn't "Who am I to judge?" I will be disappointed.
What an amazing story! Steve Martin said, "Comedy is not pretty," but that doesn't matter to Vince August. He's a guy willing to risk it all to pursue his dream. Great article.
And likely lead to colleges that are not making money, to give up because they will not be able to compete.
Since Mr. Show with Bob and David, I've always been interested in what ever he's been in.
This is what I imagine Jesus would look like if he were around today.