have become ubiquitous around the world. Everywhere you go, you are more likely than not going to see them being sold at stores, food carts and roadside stands. [more inside]
posted by reenum
on Feb 1, 2010 -
releases the Beer Sommelier
. Beer is increasingly considered the ideal beverage to accompany food for its palate cleansing carbonation and its diverse range of styles
featuring flavor and aroma characteristics that can enhance any dish. But selecting the right beer style
to complement a specific dish, and tracking down a retailer that carries that style presents inherent challenges. Masterfully select the best beer styles to pair with any dish, see examples of those styles, and track down individual beers in your neighborhood with the Beer Sommelier
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posted by netbros
on Jun 3, 2009 -
Serious vegetarians know to keep on the lookout for isinglass and other animal products
in their beer. Isinglass is a fish-derived additive that's primarily used
to help speed up the clarification of cask-conditioned ales, although some beer-makers will use it to reclaim batches that didn't filter properly. You can help keep your diet swimbladder-free with this awesome list
posted by Plutor
on Nov 30, 2005 -
Need something to wash down your Turducken? Try a tapioca
milk tea. "A popular import from Taiwan, the frothy beverage is
a mix of tea, milk, sugar and giant black tapioca balls served hot or cold.
Guhhh! Imagine slurping on your beverage and then... GLUCK!... a
big ball of gumminess gets shlucked through your straw. Gluck, gluck, gluck!
it catch on?
posted by ljc
on Nov 28, 2000 -