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Spicy and Delicious, Naturally.

Spicy and Delicious, Naturally.

It doesn’t matter where you fall on the flavor spectrum; whether you like spicy, sweet, or savory and rich, we can all agree that any consumable product (i.e. beer, food, hot sauce, etc.) should be delicious and is usually better ...

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For the Love of Hog

For the Love of Hog

The wonderful world of gourmet craft bacon. By Michael Ryan Lawrence

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Reinventing Gas Station Food

Reinventing Gas Station Food

When it comes to food culture, there are always the hottest trends. Over the last few years it’s hard to forget America’s obsession with the likes of cupcakes, bacon, and classic cocktails. Each of these and even methods of selling ...

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Beer Cocktails

Beer Cocktails

Whenever the term “beer cocktail” gets bounced around, usually there is vivid blue-collar imagery of a Mimosa-filled champagne flute bubbling over with High Life or the revered frozen margarita delicately topped with Tecate.  In The Oxford Companion to Beer, David ...

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A Beer and a Baker

A Beer and a Baker

Beer. Cupcake. It’s an unlikely pair, a pair so unconventional that Lexi Malmros’s customers ask, “What is IN a beer cupcake?” Elementary, my dear. And, while the hardest part is selling a newbie on the name, the easiest seems to ...

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Hops and Distillation

Hops and Distillation

A Japanese classic takes on a new form.

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Bending Flavors

Bending Flavors

The Bent Spoon adds something extra to its frozen treats. Gabrielle Carbone and Matthew Errico want to remind you that New Jersey is the Garden State. Their families believed that homegrown foods led to the best meals, so they applied ...

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Needs More Bacon!

Needs More Bacon!

Putting everyone’s favorite food into dessert. When Melissa Torre started up her business back in 2006, it was to satisfy her desire for more bacon dishes at dessert.

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From Past to Present

From Past to Present

Art in the Age’s newest spirit gives an historical recipe a modern twist. As far as local collective Art in the Age (AitA) of Mechanical Reproduction is concerned, 1771 was a very good year. Just outside Philadelphia, famed botanist and ...

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Artisanal Beer Jellies

Artisanal Beer Jellies

Handcrafted with the same passion & appreciation as your favorite craft beer. The great Yogi Berra once said, “When you meet a fork in the road, take it.” For Bucks County native Bill Hock, that fork represented jellies – wine ...

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