What was your single best meal in 2015? Jeff Ruby, Chicago Magazine: In terms of pure pleasure, catching up with old friends over cold beers and perfect tilapia ceviche with homemade tortilla chips at
While everyone traditionally sips on holiday cocktails like eggnog (you know that creamy deliciousness in a cup) this time of year, it’s time to amp it up with a Puerto Rican twist. It’s called Coquito.
Just when you thought that it wasn’t possible for John Tesar to be any more bluntly honest than he’s already been in the past, an interview with the outspoken chef published yesterday at Playboy proved
[Photograph: Vicky Wasik] We've had an epic year of cooking here at Serious Eats. We brought you themed weeks on everything from fried chicken to Mexican sandwiches, tackled another Vegan Experience, went
Picking our best recipes of 2015 would've been like picking our favorite children. Which is why we looked to what you thought were the best recipes of the year—the ones you saved, favorited, and read most.
The onset of the New Year is a time to look ahead for many, with resolutions made and goals set. But it also offers a chance to reflect. Here, it's time to look back fondly at the whiskey we lost in 2015,
They’re not the classic high-octane leadership qualities we most often hear about: charisma, authority, the ability to inspire, and so on. But the following 5 underrated qualities can be of real long-term
Millions of U.S. medical cannabis patients and their caregivers enjoyed a cornucopia of new edibles options in 2015, as chefs moved far beyond simple brownies into non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, and low-glycemic
Ad agency Moosylvania asked over 3,500 millennials — defined as 20 to 35-year-olds — to select their favorite brands over the past three years. Great Questions, LLC helped rank the winning brands. While
Growing a small business in today's highly competitive, fast-paced business environment is no small task. It takes courage, tenacity, commitment, and disciple. Although your business is small, the value
A recent case in Suffolk County may have made it more difficult to prosecute driving while intoxicated by drugs, a violation of Vehicle and Traffic Law Section 1192(4), also called DWI Drugs. In New York