Enjoy the best of both worlds: Buckfast—a.k.a. creepy fortified wine that’s known for its affiliation with violent crime—and homemade frozen desserts.
Gun enthusiasts are taking to YouTube to show off their favorite new culinary appliance for cooking up a few bacon strips: assault rifles. This is the new face of patriotism.
Illegal (for-profit) moonshine is heaving its dying breaths now that this misunderstood spirit is getting commercialized. While I’m guilty of that sin—I own a distillery—I’m still nostalgic for the old times growing up in Kentucky, when purchasing the illicit hooch was like paying a visit to the drug dealer.
Every summer, the restaurants in downtown Sarasota, Florida go on a hiring freeze. Luckily one café—run by a husband and wife duo—always kept a few positions open. But it was the banana hammock-wearing rollerblader who shook things up for both the restaurant staff and the patrons alike.
With America’s Independence Day rapidly approaching, it’s (almost) time for hot dogs and grilling. I called up Kobayashi, perhaps the greatest competitive eater of all time, to show me how to eat as many wieners as possible so I can celebrate July 4th to the fullest.
This isn’t the diluted Kool-Aid mixed with frozen “fruit punch” concentrate that they were serving in your high school gym. For legitimately delicious punch, we asked some quality bartenders to throw us their favorite renditions of high-end jungle juice.