Phosphates. Egg Creams. Green River. Root Beer. These may sound like some very old-fashioned sodas, but in the past few months, they’ve become hipper than ever before. Restaurants and bars around the city are creating non-alcoholic drink programs that rival the most complex cocktail menus, and they’re a bargain for tipplers.
Cookbooks are the gifts that keep on giving. Here are some of our favorite new local food-centric books.
We’ve assembled an easy mix-and-match approach to holiday entertaining. Here’s how it works: We’ve divided the menu into 10 “base” ingredients. Each ingredient is paired with three simple suggestions for dressing it up for the party. All you need to do is pick enough base ingredients to feed your crowd, then decide how you’d like to prepare each. A little shopping, a little prepping, then you’re ready to party.
Since this dense, squat flourless chocolate cake has no fussy decorations — nor does it need any — it’s a dream to transport.
Too often during this time, exercise routines disappear, resolutions are broken and we say yes — repeatedly — to high-calorie food and drinks. We’ve all Read More
◆ARIES (March 21-April 19): The Moon is in your sign, which can bring you a little good luck. It also heightens your emotional sensors and … Read More