FOOD & DRINK

Big Woods Comfort Food: You’ll Feel the Burn

Got a hankering for some classic American comfort food with just enough of an edge to keep your taste buds from feeling too complacent? How about creamy cavatappi (helical tube-shaped) macaroni and five (count ’em,fi ve!) cheeses, studded with the fresh zing of jalapeño peppers? Or fish and chips, spicy enough to bite back when you sink your teeth into the crispy batter? Wings, smoked and baked instead of deep fried, served traditional Buffalo-style or with Middle Eastern za’atar and honey? Or an all-American ice cream oat, where the rich Chocolate Moose ice cream melts into a velvety pint of Quaff On! Common Necessity Hazelnut Stout? Big Woods Bloomington has your number.

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Oddball Fermentables Offers Cysers for Craft Brew Lovers

Like a lot of craft beer lovers, Drew Schradder and James Robinson tried their hand at home brewing, and while they were making some good brew, they realized it wasn’t anything special. So they started experimenting with ciders, meads, and even wine before honing in on something different: cyser, a variety of mead made with apple juice and honey.

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Recipe of the Month: Restaurant Bacon

Have you ever wondered how restaurants get their bacon to look so perfect, and why the bacon you make at home … well, isn’t? David Davenport with Bloomington Cooking School shares his secrets to picture-perfect bacon in April’s Recipe of the Month.

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FOOD & DRINK

Big Woods Comfort Food: You’ll Feel the Burn

Got a hankering for some classic American comfort food with just enough of an edge to keep your taste buds from feeling too complacent? How about creamy cavatappi (helical tube-shaped) macaroni and five (count ’em,fi ve!) cheeses, studded with the fresh zing of jalapeño peppers? Or fish and chips, spicy enough to bite back when you sink your teeth into the crispy batter? Wings, smoked and baked instead of deep fried, served traditional Buffalo-style or with Middle Eastern za’atar and honey? Or an all-American ice cream oat, where the rich Chocolate Moose ice cream melts into a velvety pint of Quaff On! Common Necessity Hazelnut Stout? Big Woods Bloomington has your number.

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Oddball Fermentables Offers Cysers for Craft Brew Lovers

Like a lot of craft beer lovers, Drew Schradder and James Robinson tried their hand at home brewing, and while they were making some good brew, they realized it wasn’t anything special. So they started experimenting with ciders, meads, and even wine before honing in on something different: cyser, a variety of mead made with apple juice and honey.

Read More

Recipe of the Month: Restaurant Bacon

Have you ever wondered how restaurants get their bacon to look so perfect, and why the bacon you make at home … well, isn’t? David Davenport with Bloomington Cooking School shares his secrets to picture-perfect bacon in April’s Recipe of the Month.

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Fine Dining

    Pickled Carrots Chef Erika Yochum Feast Bakery Cafe  A fun little garnish for salads or tacos or a mezza plate. 1 pound carrots, peeled and sliced into rounds (or freshly picked, thin, baby carrots) Peel from one...

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