POTUS has recently made a habit of communing with the common folk by breaking bread American-style: with a beer and plate of barbecue. Cynics would say the President is just looking for photo ops, but there’s a long, edible history of American leaders hashing out politics over food.
Restaurant servers use food stamps at twice the rate of the general workforce, and the restaurant industry vividly captures the worst aspects of our economy: being surrounded by food but not being able to afford to eat.
With lactose intolerance and allergies on the rise, cow milk consumption has been on the downslope for four decades. Don’t despair, dairy lovers: There’s a Swiss company that’s turning to donkeys to make milk, and you bet your ass it’s coming to a store near you soon.
Vermont is a super liberal state (that is not a quote from FOX News) that has mountains, trees, an honor system of farm stands, and killer cheeses. It’s like one big Grateful Dead concert where the audience has taken so much LSD and shrooms, they don’t realize that Jerry’s kicked the bucket. Here are the best cheeses around the state.
My first experiences with British food weren’t spectacular, so I visited Myers of Keswick, a Manhattan grocer specializing in UK imports, to help me come to terms with pork pies, Branston pickle, and sticky toffee pudding from a tin.
I decided to pop my head into Funny Sex, the first rumpy pumpy-themed restaurant in Taiwan, which serves all an impressive menu of dishes in the shape of dicks and tits. But spit-roasting was strictly limited to the kitchen.