Bookshelf: Wild Gourmet

What is the most organic, most local, most seasonal way to acquire protein? Easy answer: hunting and fishing. Hobby, sport, or way of life, nothing quite beats earning your meal out in nature. Of course, making a meal out of a freshly shot deer is a tad different than picking … Read More

5 Stay-at-Home Date Ideas . . .

Let’s be honest: when you ask your new girlfriend over for a date chez toi, you’re probably thinking of “Netflix and Chillin’”. Well, bud, if that’s your go-to move, you’re bound to end up Netflix and Chillin’ alone in the most literal sense of the term. Stay-at-home dates needn’t be … Read More

Drop Kitchen Scale

Ever tried cooking (especially baking) with recipes that measure by weight instead of volume? You’ll never go back. Once you’re ready to make the jump, check out the Drop kitchen scale ($80). It’s connected to your iPad and comes with a suite of software, including proven recipes that you can … Read More

John Catucci Makes Gnocchi

Not as smooth in the kitchen as you are at the bar picking up the ladies, right? Right? We’re here to help. Some of the country’s top foodies have offered their culinary inspiration — because there’s nothing sadder than leftover Chinese food on a dark, winter’s night. Heard of John Catucci? … Read More

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