Livin’ The Life Outdoors


Snow Peak’s limited edition Stainless Steel Wine Tumbler

Video Game Food


Bon Appetit interviews the lady behind Gourmet Gaming, a website dedicated to making virtual food a reality.

The Wine Magician

For The Urban Bootlegger


The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining: How to Make and Drink Whiskey by Colin Spoelman and David Haskell.

Artist Eats: Alfred Steiner


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Alfred Steiner to share his favorite place to eat. Alfred is a New York-based artist, whose watercolor works depict pop-culture figures rendered in body parts, animals and objects. Continue reading for his answer.

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Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

M is for Meat

Actual meat puppets.

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Buy a Ghost Town with a Liquor License


Here’s your chance to turn Seneca, CA back into the wild, multi-cultural gold mining town it once was

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Very Good


The Short Rib Sandwich (w/ jalapenos, pickled beets, and pickled onions) from the newly opened, no frills Bergen Dean Sandwich Shop (64 6th avenue, BK).

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Pizza Party!


David Choe is releasing three prints tomorrow that are three different types of slices, but unlike a pizza shop you have no idea which one you’ll get.

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The Widow Who Created the Champagne Industry by Natasha Geiling

The story of Barbe-Nicole Ponsardin Clicquot

How To Market Broccoli


The New York Times investigates—and helps—vegetable marketing

Girlfriend Approved


Craft A Brew Gluten-Free Beer Making Kit

Artist Eats: Erin M. Riley


For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Erin M. Riley to share her favorite place to eat. Erin is a New York-based artist who uses a Macomber floor loom and hand-dyed wool to weave tapestries that explore issues such as the exploitation of women on the internet and her own sexuality.

Continue reading for her answer.

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Empire Biscuit is a newly opened 24 hour Southern Biscuit shop located in the East Village.

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Roberta’s Cookbook

Part memoir, part reference, Roberta’s Cookbook will have you headed to the kitchen with a recipe, or on the L train to Bushwick for a couple drinks and a meal.

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Suspicious Bread


Three “unidentified” loaves of bread that were found in the back of a students car at Casper College in Wyoming on Monday were initially reported by the Casper Police Dept. to be laced with LSD. Sadly, after more tests were conducted on Tuesday, the loaves were found to contain no drugs at all.

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Strictly Delicious


Candied Bacon with Maple Cream Cheese Macarons from Macaron Parlour.

Oh No…


A global wine shortage could soon be upon us

Maybe you should stock up…

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