Aged eggnog won’t kill you. Because alcohol.
Scientifically speaking, eggnog that’s been in the refrigerator for a year should be safe to drink as long as it’s got enough booze in it—we put that theory to the test.
Harvestime Foods is stocking cured, smoked duck “bacon” from Indiana.
Video tells the story of local farmers networking at the Good Food Festival.
Aging eggnog for at least three weeks kills salmonella—at least if you use enough booze.
Events, happenings, and a hell of a lot of tacos
Talking with food writer Michael Ruhlman about the life of writing about food
Authors Michael Ruhlman and Lolis Eric Elie come to town for special dinners, while Paul Kahan and Matthias Merges raise money for teaching kids about food.
Russian sausage, hummus law, the return of Logan Square Kitchen, and more
Throw off the yoke of Cook’s Illustrated
Mooncakes, the bacon shortage, food desert extortion, and more
Michael Ruhlman comes to the Butcher & Larder for an interactive cooking event.
Johnny Casserole, a casserole-delivery service, is now legitimately in business.
Michael Ruhlman takes on a pig.
Really fresh chicken soup, a la Ben Li of Chinatown’s Double Li Szechuan restaurant.