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- All the news that’s fit to pee. May 12, 2013, 1:48 pmWhile Buddy and I were doing his morning smell walk earlier today, pausing at every tree, bush, light post or …Continue reading » […]
- Your editorial cartoonists are very happy these days. April 27, 2013, 5:27 pmIt’s been a rough stretch for all sorts of political commentators of late, most especially for those who do so …Continue reading » […]
- All the news that’s fit to pee. May 12, 2013, 1:48 pm
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Category Archives: Beer and Food
In keeping with tradition, we will not be having a Christmas office party here at Liquid Diet World Headquarters. Our corporate culture is such that such frivolities are considered unseemly. Ditto holiday bonuses. However, the entire staff, aside from Buddy … Continue reading
My column in the just-released issue of Celebrator Beer News is based on a long interview last month with Philadelphia Inquirer restaurant critic Craig LaBan, a follow-up to a similar piece which I did in 2005. We talked about much … Continue reading
Here’s a long, crazed story from Philadelphia Weekly about the six (only four appear in the story) Philly Chefs who will be part of of the Ommegang Hop Chef Competition at World Cafe Live next Tuesday which you can read … Continue reading
This is the kind of weather that gets people to thinking about goats…well, not all people, but surely all those who have made the annual Sly Fox Bock Fest and Goat Race on the first Sunday of every May into … Continue reading
It was a West Coast writer who christened the Standard Tap as the place where the concept originated (another feather in Philly’s well-feathered beer and food cap), so that’s a question we pay attention to in these parts. In his … Continue reading
From the issue hitting the stands next week: LIMERICK / When you’re a beer bar or a gastropub in a region that’s already so full of both, the best thing be is surprising. The worst thing you can be? Hell-and-gone … Continue reading
Standard Tap, “the one one that started it all,” is at the top of Craig LaBan’s top five local gastropubs in this morning’s Inquirer, earning three bells. The other four, each one getting two bells, were Khyber Pass Pub, Kraftwork, … Continue reading
Sometimes he needs to read about it as well. Sorry I’m so late with this, but here’s a last-minute look at four quite different beer books which would make ideal holiday gifts, even if only for yourself. Garrett Oliver’s surprisingly … Continue reading
A slightly different perspective on why good beer (and similar craft-y products) are going strong despite the godawful economy: As Americans eat out less, we’re willing to spend more for variety, convenience—maybe even health. The seemingly endless flavors, textures, and … Continue reading