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Video: Steven Rinella Makes April Bloomfield's Scotch Eggs... With Wild Boar!

A peak at tonight's MeatEater breakfast episode
Aug 28, 2014 3:30 pm

Tonight marks the airing of the breakfast special episode of MeatEater, Steven Rinella’s outdoors hunting television series. Want a little preview of what to expect? Take a look at this sneak peek, which features Rinella revealing his inner April Bloomfield – or, rather, using one of her famed recipes – and frying up Scotch eggs made with wild boar.

8 New Places To Drink Exceptional Cocktails Around The United States

The era of the pretentious bartender is over
Aug 28, 2014 3:00 pm

Cocktail bars are opening across major American cities almost as fast as Starbucks these days, transforming the way we drink for the better. But, they don’t stop at just making great drinks. The best operators know full well that people expect to be transported through detailed decor, inventive menus and attentive service. Brian Quinn breaks down the new places that are doing it best, from coast to coast.

Cheddar, Beer and Broccoli Pie Recipe

If you were thinking "add bacon," we did.
Aug 28, 2014 2:00 pm
Photo: Paul Harrison

Beer. Cheddar. Bacon. Pie. That's right, I'm about to show you how to eat beer, but not just beer. Cheese too. AND bacon. And I even threw in a little charred broccoli so you can justify the existence of this pie in your house to your significant other. You might have trouble going back to pizza afterwards.

2014 Fall Craft Beer Preview: 15 Festivals, Releases And Inspired Collaborations

Beer is bigger, and better, than ever
Aug 28, 2014 1:00 pm

While we still might be weeks, or even months away, it's high time to plan an awesome fall calendar. Whether you’re tailgating at opening day or looking for your next craft beer road trip destination, we’ve got you covered. You're going to love this year's collaborations and yes, plenty of pumpkin brews. 

24 Epic Leafy Green Vegetable Side Dishes

Zest up your health kick with these delicious sides
Aug 28, 2014 12:00 pm

You know you want to eat that huge bunch of kale, Swiss chard, spinach, collards, mustard greens, whatever that huge pile of greenery taking up most of a shelf/an entire drawer in your fridge. You just need a little inspiration. Thankfully, leafy green recipes are generally pretty easy to crank out (but we included a few challenging ones in there if you want to be healthy and make a point). Peruse this large handful of dishes and feel great about dinner.

Mind Of A Chef Preview: Watch Edward Lee Compare Graffiti To Cooking

Brooklyn-born chef talks street art-kitchen connect
Aug 28, 2014 11:00 am

Everybody talks about food being the new rock, but Edward Lee shares an even more meaningful artistic/culinary connection in a forthcoming episode of Mind Of A Chef. In this video excerpt from Season 3, which debuts on PBS September 6, the Brooklyn-raised chef, whose home and restaurants are in Louisville, discusses his discovery of graffiti at age 13 and compares cooking to tagging. Check out the video clip and graffiti-themed stills, right this way. 

Fall Preview 2014: 9 Major Restaurant And Bar Openings In Chicago

Burgers, cider and late-night Japanese fare
Aug 28, 2014 10:00 am

Chicago’s dining scene is all about democracy — a blend of high and low cuisines, international influences and a scintillating, broad mix of tastes and styles. So, it makes sense that both casual bite-and-a-beer spots and pinkies-up-small-plates concepts land on our “most anticipated” list with equal fervor. Find out what's in store for the Windy City this fall right here.

Is It Time To Panic About The Nutella Shortage?

Start stocking up on the chocolatey-nutty spread
Aug 27, 2014 3:30 pm

We’ve seen this before. First it was with avocados (and, subsequently, the guacamole at Chipotle). The most recent scare has involved limes. And now, our beloved Nutella might be in jeopardy. Just how real is this reported possible Nutella shortage?

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