As I poured a generous splash of Arizona Green Tea into the skillet to deglaze it from the sauteed chicken and shallots I’d just removed, it occurred to me how underutilized tea is in much of our cuisine.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Charlie Levitz has been working in this Olympian tourist spot for more than two decades. He has cooked at, or owned and cooked at, a variety of spots here in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, but his latest incarnation may be the one that brings […]
One of the hottest niches in the booming beverage field is known as RTDs, or ready-to-drink products. And we’re not just talking about water and sodas. So, no need to worry about taking fragile bottles along to picnics, beaches or cookouts, and it’s a very civilized way to control alcohol […]
“Open source” is a term usually applied to computer software, meaning a program with a source code available for use or modification by anyone.
When I was a kid, cherry Coke was all the rage at soda fountains across the country. I, however, drank to a different beat, getting my local soda jerk to whip up a vanilla Coke for me — a squirt of the pale yellow vanilla syrup, a long pull on […]
The world of adult beverages is a wonderland of innovation.
So far Soju for Anheuser-Busch, a company you can’t accuse of rushing into the spirits field.
Busboys and Poets is where intellects, political-artistic types, and all those in-between flock to in Washington D.C. Here you’ll find comfortable surroundings for the wireless internet fiend to the fashionable trendsetter. Just grab a couch, or sink into the spacious booths of the back room, or enjoy standard seating arrangements […]
Put away the mugs, goblets and shot glasses for today. I’m adding a new element to this column, occasionally reporting on non-alcoholic drinks.
I first entered Soho Tea and Coffee in the summer of 1998. It’s a place with a history for the Dupont Circle neighborhoods, a place I remembered sitting up until the wee hours of the morning while sipping coffee with friends and thinking: “This is what city life is like.” […]