I can’t imagine cleaning 13,000 square feet, or more than one kitchen. I guess you hire people to do it for you?
Those definitely live forever. While we wait for Official Science to address this pressing question, you can get your sauce packet fix here: https://thetakeout.com/the-a-v-club-s-exhaustive-guide-to-fast-food-sauces-1798288551
Rachael Lowe (one of the wine sources I spoke to for this piece) said she likes those gas-sprayers over a Coravin for home use. She mentioned a model called Napa Preserve, I believe.
I’d definitely put it more in the wine category. I think bottles of mead will keep for quite a while.
Good point. There are of course many Americans who use opioids as necessary and safe medicine.
Tasty beer. I always felt it deserved a snazzier label, though I guess old ales aren’t especially “sexy.” Also North Coast is underrated as a brewery.
I think you can probably use that wine as vinegar at this point.
Sorry, that could have been clearer. Small Frostys are 50 cents but I used medium Frostys because I was unaware of the promotion and like wasting company money, I guess.
I was a kid in the 90s and remember them. I think their majesty spans decades.
This was one of only two liquors I actually brought off my bar cart for the experiment. But it would appear such magic does exist: http://www.bevmo.com/fernet-branca-bitters-liqueur—50-ml-.html
I wish I could award more than one star to a story that began with: “I was camping at a particularly raccoon infested park once upon a time...”
That is the second-worst suggestion I’ve received, after Malört.
Wow, did not realize that phrase was so loaded. I used “craft cocktail” to distinguish from a classic cocktail like an Old Fashioned or a Last Word or other standard. Nothing more was implied.
I’ve had it in small amounts in craft cocktails, and maybe someone out there drinks a Fernet-and-Coke? But I’d always prefer it neat, too.
Please report your findings to your fellow highly curious researchers.
How did I forget to state that point? Every time you use a disposable straw, Scott Pruitt stabs a sea turtle.
Ah yes: “Freem.” To be fair, it’s the founder’s last name, but I agree that it’s not immediately clear how it’s pronounced. I think that’s why they chose to capitalize the ‘F’ in the brewery name.
Yeah, I can’t write about a nationally distributed brewery every single week, alas. But any time you’re in Seattle or Portland, you’ll likely find this beer.
I have! I did a whole Hudson Valley breweries swing last time I was on the East Coast. I love that Suarez calls their pilsners “crispy littles”—brilliant phrase.
I’d make them compete in a dance-off.