When I was drinking anything and everything in college, I came under the belief that different liquors would make me feel one way or another—vodka turned me depressive, and tequila made me crazy. Turns out, that was all projection.
The creamy, bubbly casserole is an iconic Thanksgiving dish, but those French-fried onions on top—as well as a whole host of other supermarket foods—are full of wildlife-endangering palm oil.
Fanta Fofana, the owner of Le Mandingue restaurant in Philadelphia, escaped brutal conditions in war-torn Liberia only to lose her leg in a car accident once she made it to the US. Still, she keeps her spirits high as she recreates the flavors of her homeland.
We all need a little bit of social lubricant when it comes to family gatherings. Luckily, we’ve gathered our best cocktail recipes from some of the finest mixologists alive to treat you and your loved ones right on Thanksgiving.
There’s nothing worse than eating food with as much zest as wet cardboard, so we decided to eat miracle berries—which make naturally sour things taste sweet—when we visited dear old Mom and Dad for Thanksgiving, because their bland cooking sucks hard.
Scotland seems to have a thriving drinking culture, with its whisky, its pubs, and its booze-driven economy. So why are Scottish teenagers cutting back so heavily on their boozing?