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Have you ever wanted to save money on milk or baby formula but didn't know how? Introducing the Pet Milker 4000! Milk your dog. Milk your cat. Milk anything with "teets" and enjoy the nourishing goodness that the Pet Milker 4000 brings to your family! Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
What is going to happen with the Bacon Shortage? What will the pork hungry do to get their paws on the sweet flesh of "this little piggy"? Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
The worlds first "human butchery" has opened its doors in London. While it is all part of a stunt for a new video game, the cuts of meat they offer are very real. Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
How exactly does a restaurant get a Michelin Star? What are the strict requirements to claim this coveted award? We ask an "inside" expert the tough questions about the Michelin Star and what the food critics are looking for when it comes to awarding the Michelin Star. Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
We try the Cyrus 2007 - Based on Cabernet Sauvignon, it’s rich and spicy with hints of cherry and blackberry jam, chocolate, red currant and cedar flavors. Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
It's back from the grave! And it even looks a little zombie-like. Not quite how it was back when it was alive and well in the mid 1980'S. KFC has brought back the Chicken Little. This time though, its a chicken strip (extra tasty crispy) on a longer bun with the same toppings as the first time around - May and Pickles. Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
What's wrong with Chipolte? Nothing at all, unless you happen to get some bad chicken as the writer of this Over Dramatic Restaurant Review did! Watch as we relive their agony through this epic reading. Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
First they kill the Noid (I still have not moved on emotionally from that). Now they are about to kill PIZZA from Domino's Pizza! What is this world coming to! Get the full scoop in the video. Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Here is another over-the-top restaurant review we found online and decided to give it a dramatic reading! I think we've all been in a restaurant like this at some point or another. The writer describes their experince in a way that makes you hungry and sick all at the same time. Continue reading
Posted Aug 14, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
When one decides to rob a McDonald's, maybe its too much to ask to have a "back up plan". Clearly this man did... Get the Yogurt and RUN! Naturally, this has to be one of the most complex criminal minds in the United States. Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Marilyn Hagerty took the world of Restaurant Reviews by storm earlier this year with her "stunning" review of the new Olive Garden that made its way in to Grand Forks, North Dakota. In honor of her life changing views on the Garden of Olives, we took some time out for... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Ragu recently releasd a new commercial for its pasta sauce featuring a child walking in on his parents "doing it". Of course, the way to fix the mental hell that this child suffers through is to load him up on Ragu Pasta Sauce. It makes everything better! Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
2012 has been a busy year for the entertainments industry. There has been a huge demand for the high quality corporate caterer – This year’s Olympic Games have made London the sporting capital of the world. Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
It's not a joke! It'a a real recipe and it rocks! BBQ Pulled Pork Cookies! It's not exactly a chocolate chip cookie that you would dip into a large cup of milk. The recipe is inspired by the "Pulled pork cupcake" from Michael Mina's Bourbon Steak in Washington D.C.. The... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
It may not be the finest french cheeses... but they are damn good! Fresh Wisconsin Cheese Curds! For those that have had them, there is nothing out there that compares to the subtle "squeek" between your teeth when biting down. The warm, salty and savory flavors driving you back for "just one more" until you've downed a pound and a half. What could make the experince of eating a fresh Wisconsin Cheese Curd better? Pairing it with wine of course! Continue reading
Posted Jul 21, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
When you think "high end" you don't exactly expect to order something with the words "cup cake" or "corn dog in it". That is exactly what we had though. It was an amazing play on classic comfort food. Continue reading
Posted Jul 18, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Casserole dishes are the ultimate option if you are craving comfort food and although they are often associated with winter, this does not mean you cannot eat them in the summer months. When the sun is shining, stodgy casserole dishes are not the most popular of choices but with these healthy casserole ideas, you can watch your weight without giving up your favourite meal. Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
When you have a big bold red wine, you need a big bold dish to go with it. When pairing the Cabernet Sauvignon from Pend d'Oreille I highly suggesty trying it with my recipe for spiced pork loin. You can find my recipe here. Continue reading
Posted Jul 10, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
There is nothing better than finding a great wine from a small craft vineyard. Thats exactly what we have with Scribner Bend Vineyards Black hat Tempranillo with grapes grown along Sacramento River Delta in an are called Scribner Bend. What you have is a great red that truly rocks with duck - It could go great with any rich meat dish, but duck with a bit of spice is what really made this wine shine for me. Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
During the dog days of summer... there is nothing better than an all American Hot Dog! But who would have ever thought there were so many ways to top that dog! Check out this amazing info-graphic! Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
For some reason, nobody suggested street parties when the Queen’s Diamond anniversary actually happened. OK, so February may not have been the best time for a picnic in the park and the extra-bank holiday may have been a better time to have your celebration. However, it’s fairly clear that HM doesn’t have kids of school age anymore, as she chose a weekend in June, rather than one during the summer holidays when we’re all fraught and trying to find different things to do with our own little princesses and princes. Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Going local is a huge trend this year. From locally sourced meats and seafood to locally grown produce, trendsetting chefs are reporting a local focus in 2012. A recent study shows 92% enjoy going out to restaurants, and 77% say socializing over dinner at a restaurant is a better use of their leisure time than cooking and cleaning at home. Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
Some sort of spicy take on sea food – this would also stand up to a steak very nicely. It’s one of those whites that break the “rules”. I would go with a spicy crawfish etoufe or my spicy grilled crawfish pizza. Going back and forth from the spicy dish to the cleansing and refreshing wine make this a perfect pairing. Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
If you’re dying to grill but can’t due to bad weather or simply lack the space for a huge outdoor range, then indoor grilling is your best bet. You can still get that “outdoor grilled taste” when grilling indoors among numerous other benefits. So what are some of the best indoor grilling tips, benefits, and tricks? Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2012 at The Best Food Blog
The land of cheese and football has more to offer than you may think. Meet Door County Distillery's take on Gin - Door County Gin. This premium spirit created in small batches results in a top notch spirit that is hard to compete with. It captures the essence of Door County very well, with undertones of the regions limestone, juniper, pine, currant and other natural forest botanical notes. Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2012 at The Best Food Blog