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.
It is officially the driest week in sports. While Major League Baseball takes a rest for its All-Star break, we sports fans are left in the lurch. Most would view this period as a kind of curse, but I look at it as an opportunity to explore the sporting competitions […]
May 24 – 30, 2007
For centuries, Atlantis has been one of the western world’s favorite legends, a tantalizing blend of fantasy and mystery. Stories tell of a rich and glorious empire that was lost to the sea, where some hope its ruins still lie, waiting to be discovered.
Pitchers of beer are overflowing; roars of laughter and excitement are coming from enthralled football fans and chicken wings are being eaten to the bone. It’s the Super Bowl, the biggest Football game of the year, but this same energy is felt almost every day at Buffalo Wing University.
Wizards Vs. Orlando Magic, Verizon Center, Friday, Dec. 29, 7 p.m.
December 21 – 28, 2006
Simple, yet refined. That is what Vietnamese food is known for and Pho 88, a restaurant so new to the area its floors still sparkle, hits the mark perfectly.