Here's one that I've seen at Whole Foods, BevMo, and my local liquor shops: Buffalo Bill's America's Original Pumpkin Ale ($8 for six-pack). The amber-style ale claims it is brewed with fresh roasted pumpkins, cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. Plus, the large pumpkin image on the label offers a hopeful promise this ale is all about its pumpkin flavor, but find out if its marketing schemes accurately portray what's inside the bottle.
Posts for October 25th 2012
Regardless of who takes the office next year, there's no doubt the White House will be filled with plenty of delicious food. Curious to know what's being favored by the first family right now? See a few of Michelle, Sasha, Malia, and the president's tried-and-true favorites when you keep reading.
- Make Persian meatballs with pistachio and pomegranate — Zagat
- Are food trucks a terrorist threat? — Eater
- Nine costume ideas that are really just an excuse to drink more — Grub Street New York
- A new meaning to the term "drip coffee" — Delish
- Meet the never-soggy cereal bowl — HuffPost Taste
- The secret to satisfying weeknight soup — Yahoo! Shine
- Sound: the new frontier in food branding — Wall Street Journal
This question was the subject of a panel at the New York City Wine & Food Festival, where chefs Art Smith and Sue Torres, and Marc Murphy, culinary personality Katie Lee, and author Allison Adato talked about staying healthy in the food industry. While the easiest food to grab on the go — french fries, anyone? — isn't often the best choice, chefs recognize the importance of eating for health. Just ask Art Smith, who lost 95 pounds after a diabetes diagnosis. "There was no way I could run restaurants," he said of his prior health condition.
Now chefs like Smith are much more mindful about the impact their cooking has on clientele. "I'd rather have customers for a long time and not contribute to their demise," Smith says. "We are what we eat, and chefs are facilitators of food." Keep reading for a few healthy eating tips from chefs.
Take a cue from thecondochef and make waking up a bit easier with spicy-sweet chocolate cinnamon pancakes.
For more, check out her blog, and then be sure to upload your best food photos to our Savory Sights group in our community. If you're on Instagram, chime in on the conversation with the hashtag #savorysight.