Since we couldn't make it to Oktoberfest this Fall, it seemed fitting to sip on a German-brewed beer in hopes of its transportative properties. With that in mind, we bring you a classic Teutonic tipple: Radeberger Pilsner ($8 for 6). Founded in 1872, Radeberger is purportedly the first German brewery (still in business) to produce pilsner exclusively and has earned an impressive assortment of fans since then, including King Frederick Augustus III of Saxony and Chancellor Otto von Bismarck.
Posts for September 28th 2012
- Will you watch Sandra Lee's two new TV series? — Zagat
- Must see: "Gangnam Style" latte art — Grub Street NY
- A love letter to macaroni and cheese — HuffPost Taste
- NYC restaurant will serve horse meat tartare — Delish
- The three most beautiful words you'll hear today: Nutella food truck — Eater
- Five freezer essentials — The Kitchn
- How to make your own instant oatmeal — Yahoo Shine
While lattes are undeniably delightful, sometimes the best part of this classic beverage isn't the roasted flavor, but rather the art. Those who enjoy this warm, frothy drink in neighborhood coffee shops may be delighted to find clever designs like hearts, playful animals, and even popular cartoon characters gracing their cup. We found a whole latte love added to these drinks, demonstrating a true passion for espresso-making. Click through to see a whole host of impressive (and often mind-boggling) favorites.
This substantial meat-free pasta dish from Grace Dickinson is sure to delight vegetarians and omnivores alike.
You can't go wrong with tomato, basil and mozzarella. Combine it with whole wheat pasta and some vegetarian "meatiness" for a satisfying meal.
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