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2014 NFL Draft: Khalil Mack and Dri Archer at the top of the MAC

Don't expect the Mid-American Conference to have consecutive No. 1 overall picks in the NFL Draft. Former Central Michigan left tackle Eric Fisher, the top pick in this year's draft, is an outlier.<p>But that's not to say the conference is down. For the MAC, the 2014 draft should be a little more like …

How to Get a Full Workout With Only Dumbbells | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Joe Hashey, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)</i>.<p>After a hard day’s work you head over to …

Taco Bell to Unleash Breakfast Waffle Tacos at 100 Stores

Beginning this Thursday, 100 lucky <b>Taco Bells</b> will begin serving the latest in breakfast hybrid technology, the <b>waffle taco</b>. According to the Associated Press, the waffle taco and a larger breakfast program will still be in testing when it rolls out at the select locations in <b>Fresno, CA, Omaha, NE</b>, …

How To Microwave Mug Cakes That Actually Taste Good

Attention, dorm-bound people. Here are some important tips and recipes from the author of a new mug cake cookbook.<p>Microwave mug cakes are not as good as real cakes. But they are awesome in a different way: You can make them fast enough to satisfy an emergency homemade treat craving without an oven, …

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The Nanaimo Bar: Another Reason to Consider Moving to Canada

If you grew up in Canada or in the Pacific Northwest, you may be familiar with the Nanaimo Bar, a no-bake, triple-layered confection that gets its name from Nanaimo (pronounced Na-NYE-mo), a city on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.<p>I originally made these bars—many moons ago—to thank my …

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Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

How to Do a Bar Tour

<i>Published in the March 2013 issue</i><p><b>Back during the First Great Age</b> of the American Bar (late 19th century to early 20th century), the sporting gents who didn't mind if they did liked to spend the occasional evening navigating the "cocktail route." As the name implies, this was a loose archipelago of …

American Cities

Can Green Beer Be Great Beer?

<b>Saint Patrick's Day brings two things</b> to American bars: green beer, and heated denunciations of green beer and all who would drink it. The denunciations are easy to understand. Green beer is generally disgusting, tacky, and has no real roots in Irish culture. But just because gobs of food coloring …

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14 Chefs Reveal Their Secret Hangover Cures

Unlike most of us, chefs know how to whip up a remedy fast.<p>It happens, even to—some would say, <i>especially to</i>—culinary experts. Chefs keep weird hours. The work is hard and the nights are late. Plus there's the inherent sense of community found both intra- and inter-restaurant. A late night, lots of …

Alcohol

The Most Technologically Advanced Flask in the World

<b>Oakley and the Macallan</b> have just announced a bold new collaboration — the most indestructible flask you can't attach to your hip. Not-at-all-obnoxiously dubbed "The Flask," this vessel of Hephaestus "features a laser welded food-grade steel inner center wrapped in carbon fiber composite, before …

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How to Get Free Booze: Volunteer

<b>It's barely 3 p.m. on a Friday,</b> and I'm already on my sixth shot of bourbon. I raise my glass in a toast with the dozen or so other volunteers and toss it back. Around me, people slam down their glasses and shout "Salud!" I wipe my mouth clean with the back of my hand and return to work.<p>We're at …

Alcohol

How to Treat a Kitchen Burn with Vodka

<i>Welcome to Eat Like a Man's 2012 Holiday Survival Guide, wherein we tackle some of the season's thorniest issues in food and drink to help you make it to January in one piece.</i><p><b>They say you learn something</b> from every failed relationship, no matter how disastrous. Usually this refers to emotional …

Alcohol

Today in Fake Holidays: A Drink for Repeal Day

<b>Steve Buscemi's heightened visibility</b> aside, we've largely moved on from Prohibition (the one on alcohol, anyway). The memories of those days have dimmed, along with the celebration of their end: Repeal Day. Ironically, it was Utah, home to Mormon teetotalers, that ratified the 21st Amendment on …

Cocktails

What If Bars Sold Subscriptions?

<b>Etched deep in the DNA of trendy bars,</b> pretty much by definition, is a compulsion toward newness. In America, circa 2012, this can mean an unpublished phone number, a hidden entrance, ever more varieties of bitters, an illegal on-site distilling operation, mixology equipment that looks like it was …

Alcohol

Gordon Ramsay's Vegas Flame Wall Costs $500K/Year

Surprise: Having a 30-foot-high wall of flames encased in cool-touch glass surrounding your restaurant is incredibly expensive. The <i>Las Vegas Sun</i>'s Robin Leach reports that the flame wall at <b>Gordon Ramsay BurGR</b> in the Planet Hollywood Resort is expected to cost a whopping <b>$500,000</b> per year in gas …