This documentary film traces the origins of Chinese American cuisine through what is arguably its most famous dish, General Tso Chicken. Grab some take-out and take in the trailer in, or better yet, make your own.
Cro-Mags frontman John Joseph thrashes some fruit and vegetables—and shares a porno star’s secret weapon—in this new video for Vice demonstrating the right way to make juice and smoothies
KNOB CREEK SWEET & SPICY TEA
Recipe by Zac Matthews, Mixologist
2 parts Knob Creek Rye
2 parts Southern Style “Sweet Tea” (*recipe below)
¼ part Fresh Lemon Juice
1 part Prosecco
1. Combine Knob Creek Rye, sweet tea and lemon juice into a shaker with ice.
2. Strain into a rocks glass over ice.
3. Float Prosecco on top to finish.
4. Garnish with a lemon wedge.
Not this one, but these. Fat guy dreams.