Kendall College has put together an infographic with straightforward instructions for pairing beer with all types of food.
Sliced thin with a deli-slicer and piled on a bun, pit beef can make a roast beast sandwich hang it’s head in shame (I’m looking at you — Arby’s).
Take a look at this handy infographic, then amaze your friends when you peel an entire head of garlic in seconds!
So you’ve decided beef is what’s for dinner. You go to your local mega mart, trot over to the meat —and your eyes glaze over. Sooo many cuts. Where do you start?
You start with this ‘Cheat Sheet For Meat Treats.’ This informative chart from Visual.ly shows where each cut comes from on the cow, how much it costs, and the best cooking method for it.
Wine is delicious. But learning about it can be daunting. Especially when you hear an oenophile waxing poetic about the nose, color and tastes of different wines.
What’s a wine newbie to do? Winefolly has put all the basics of buying, serving and drinking wine into one jam-packed infographic. This infographic (which is also available as a print) has all the things: types of wines, deciphering a wine label, serving temperatures…okay seriously it covers too much to list. Peruse this handy guide and sip like a pro!
Last week, I came out as a redhead. That’s not to say I don’t enjoy and occasional white wine. Sometimes the meal—or the mood—calls for it. I like to drink a sweeter white wine when I’m eating spicy food, such as Szechuan or Thai. If I’m hanging out and sipping wine on a hot summer day, I might opt for something fruity and dry.
This cheat sheet gives a quick breakdown of the flavor profile of some popular white wine varieties.
What’s in your glass these days? Let me know in the comments!
I am a huge fan of barbecue. Not just any type of barbecue—North Carolina chopped barbecue. The kind of barbecue that’s done low and slow in a smoker. I have done my own experimentation to replicate it at home, but I’m always on the lookout for good ‘cue. On a recent trip to visit… Continue reading Rolling Smoke Barbecue, Harpers Ferry, WV: Feast