For future reference, it’s pronounced Saint Louis. Noboby here says Saint Louie. It’s Saint Louis, not Saint fscking Louie.
(via email) Sip slowly: a $1,000 mint julep: I don’t know about the rest of you, but if I spend a grand on a drink, I better see God (or feel like my brains have been smashed out by a slice of lemon wrapped round a large gold brick) after drinking it…
That Rachael Ray has to be on yet another Food Network show, or that I’m going to actually end up rooting for Bobby Flay… Rachael Ray’s Food Faceoff! Has RACHAEL RAY met her match? The Food Network maven appears for the first time on “Iron Chef America,” teaming up with Chef MARIO BATALI to take … Continue reading “I Don’t Know What’s Worse”
Chocolate Linked to Lower Blood Pressure Leave it to the Dutch to help demonstrate the health benefits of chocolate. A study of older men in The Netherlands, known for its luscious chocolate, indicated those who ate the equivalent of one-third of a chocolate bar every day had lower blood pressure and a reduced risk of … Continue reading “Mmmm, Chocolate”
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(solen from slobak) Get drunk in 30 minutes or less: Sayings: “EVOO”1 drink “Sammie”1 drink “Healthful”1 drink “Stoup”2 drinks “GB”2 drinks “Spoonula”2 drinks “Fry-o-lator”3 drinks any of the above followed by an explanation of what it stands for+1 drink “Yummo”1 drink “Delish!”1 drink “Awesome”1 drink “How _____ is that?”1 drink creates an all-new and completely … Continue reading “Rachael Ray Drinking Game”
(from the let’s create a sensational headline for this story dept.) Drinking decaffeinated coffee may be harmful to heart health: Decaffeinated — not caffeinated — coffee may cause an increase in harmful LDL cholesterol by increasing a specific type of blood fat linked to the metabolic syndrome, hints a new study presented at the American … Continue reading “Decaffeinated Coffee Will Kill You”
(from the I doubt you’ll see this at McDonald’s anytime soon dept.) Next time you have french fries, try putting some balsamic vinegar (or perhaps a balsamic vinaigrette) on them. You’ll be glad you did.