- Stars who went shimmery blue with their Emmys eye makeup
- Ways to use every bit of that apple
- 18 handsome reasons to celebrate Oktoberfest
- Three-time gold medalist Kerri Walsh was pregnant at the Olympics
- See the best dresses from Milan Fashion Week
- The founder of Paris Hotel Boutique gives us a peek inside her home
- Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt strip down for his Magic Mike-inspired SNL monologue
- Angelina Jolie, Shiloh, Zahara, Pax, and the twins have a fun day in France
- 6 smart career moves to make this Fall
- Work up a sweat in NAU Stylus shorts
- Ali Larter brings back the sporty-chic sweatpants-with-heels look
- Did you unbox a scratched iPhone 5?
- Find the best Fall accessories
- Check out all the Emmys highlights, fashion trends, and backstage moments
- Checklist for bringing home a new kitty
Posts for September 24th 2012
Germanophiles, it's that time of year again: Oktoberfest! To get in the spirit, we're kicking off our beer of the day coverage with Samuel Adams Octoberfest ($16 for 12), an American beer in the style of a classic Oktoberfestbier (a style of lager).
Like most lagers, Oktoberfestbiers are typically light on hops and have a stronger malt flavor. This russet-hued offering fit the bill with mild bitterness and a pronounced, yeasty finish that reminded us of sipping on a glass of liquid bread (in a good way!).
Less crisp and more warming, this beer is on the savory side — almost salty. And while this beer goes down smoothly and could easily be enjoyed without food, it would pair well with, naturally, Germanic cuisine, such as bratwurst and sauerkraut. We'd also play up its bread-like flavor by whipping up a batch of beer bread. What better pairing than a foamy lager with a slice of generously buttered bread?
While mushrooms are readily available year round, many varieties are at their peak during Autumn months. These umami-laden fungi (technically neither a fruit nor vegetable) are exceptionally versatile and play nice with a whole host of other ingredients. See for yourself: here are eight marvelous dishes to help you make the most of mushrooms this Fall.
We're gearing up to share Michelle Obama's first set of answers to all the awesome questions you submitted. For the first installment, the First Lady will be sharing her thoughts on education and women's health. It's been so fun to hear from all of you and we still want to hear what you're thinking! Women are at the center of attention during this 2012 election season, and it's more important than ever for us to get out there and vote. We are announcing a special interview series with First Lady Michelle Obama on PopSugar. Over the next few weeks, she will be here to answer your questions about the election and all the issues we are facing as women during this election time. We want to hear what's on your mind, so share your questions. What are your concerns about women's health care? Jobs? Education? Balancing being a working mom and wife? Whatever is on your mind, ask away; every week, the first lady will tackle your questions on a range of topics. Here's Michelle Obama announcing our series in her own words.
There are three ways to participate:
We're so excited to hear what's on your mind and to speak to First Lady Michelle Obama together.
- Taking Rice Krispie treats to the next level — HuffPost Taste
- A sneak peek of Mitt Romney's favorite foods — Grub Street Boston
- McDonald's overseas offerings get weirder — Zagat
- Watch all of the restaurant scenes from the Treme season premiere — Eater
- The true test: real Greeks rate Greek yogurts found in supermarkets — Food Republic
- Trader Joe's recalls peanut butter due to salmonella outbreak — Delish
- Must make: three unconventional beet recipes — Refinery 29
While most commercially available honey is a blend, meaning that the bees which produced the honey collected nectar from a variety of flowers, single-origin honey is becoming increasingly popular. Curious to see if we could detect the difference in flavors like acacia and chestnut, we tried seven different types of Italian honey, purchased at Eataly.
Care to learn more about the sweet treat? Try this honey primer.
Warm up this season with a deliciously creamy — but dairy-free — bowl of butternut squash soup from dmash.
Nothing says Fall like butternut squash soup! This recipe is just as creamy as those with dairy, and in my opinion, better! The spicy pepita seeds are just icing on the — soup.
For the full recipe, check out her blog, and be sure to upload your latest food-related obsessions with us in the YumSugar Community. If you're on Instagram, then join us by tagging your pictures with the hashtag #savorysight.