More Consensus on Coffee’s Benefits Than You Might Think – NYTimes.com

More Consensus on Coffee’s Benefits Than You Might Think - NYTimes.com. BE THE FIRST TO LEARN ABOUT PROMOTIONS, EVENTS, AND NEW RELEASES:  THE MUSUBI MURDER August 2015 Amazon / B&N /Powell’s /Audible / iTunes Share this:

How Lobster Got Fancy – one of the most remarkable rebrandings in product history

“Lobster shells about a house are looked upon as signs of poverty and degradation,” wrote John J. Rowan in 1876. Lobster was an unfamiliar, vaguely disgusting bottom feeding ocean dweller that sort of did (and does) resemble an insect, its distant relative. The very word comes from the Old English loppe, which means spider. People … Continue reading How Lobster Got Fancy – one of the most remarkable rebrandings in product history

SPAM musubis are gluten free, are therefore health food | Recipe with photos

If you're really on a budget, you can use the Spam can as a musubi mold. SPAM musubis are gluten free, are therefore health food | Recipe with photos. BE THE FIRST TO LEARN ABOUT PROMOTIONS, EVENTS, AND NEW RELEASES:  THE MUSUBI MURDER August 2015 Amazon / B&N /Powell’s /Audible / iTunes

Recipe: Mike’s Famous Pork Belly

If one of your New Year's resolutions is to consume more animal fat, then you've come to the right place.  Here is the no-longer-secret recipe for Mike's Famous Pork Belly, star of the potluck table and scourge of your 2015 weight-loss plans. Pork bellies look like bacon, and in fact it's the same fatty, boneless cut of meat. … Continue reading Recipe: Mike’s Famous Pork Belly

Recipe: Easy Pork Butt

Calling this a "recipe" might be a little grandiose, but it's a great way to get a main dish going with minimal effort and maximal deliciousness. What we call pork butt is actually the shoulder. 1) Buy a pork butt. It will probably be somewhere in the 5-10 pound range. If you're lucky enough to have … Continue reading Recipe: Easy Pork Butt

Recipe: Turkey Carcass Stock

In my quest to bring you the easiest (laziest) recipes possible, I present: Thirty-Second Stock. (Thirty seconds to get started, that is. The part where you pick the meat off the carcass at the end takes significantly more time.) Sure, you could go online and find a respectable recipe like this one, but maybe you don't want to … Continue reading Recipe: Turkey Carcass Stock

Recipe: Bacon Coconut Spam

Inspired by Leslie at Custard and Clues, I'm going to start posting my favorite recipes. Of course, Leslie is a gourmet chef and I am a lazy (and also terrible) cook, but I do know how to make a few things, and this thing is delicious . 1) Buy Bacon Spam. Not the regular blue can … Continue reading Recipe: Bacon Coconut Spam