Celebrate Food!

The issue of food insecurity is one that is too familiar here in the United States. Recognizing this nationwide dire issue, the Center for Science in the Public Interest created Food Day, a nationwide event meant to highlight the importance of food availability, and enhance community investment in the health of local food systems.  In […]

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The On Tap Experience

The evolution of alcohol consumption has changed dramatically over the last few years, particularly in the Midwest. Where Bud Light buckets once reigned, clear tulips of craft beer have taken the throne. Bland vodka has been replaced with choice whisky, and blended wines of impressive vintage have bumped Yellow Tail out of kitchens. And it’s […]

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More Than a Meal

Food is fashionable. From blogs to news reports, it is common to hear words like “farm to table”, “locally sourced,” “free-range, free-trade, cage-free,” in reference to the food we choose to eat. Food truly can be an art form for those with the means, and the luck, to be able to handpick their meals. But […]

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The Sweet History of Bitters

Before Don Draper made Old-Fashioneds fashionable again, bar tenders and drinkers alike have been enjoying the complex flavors that enhance the pleasure of drinking a classic cocktail. These drinks have come back full speed because of their seductive appearances and literally intoxicating flavors, with the help of a special ingredient. Bitters. “Bitters have everything to […]

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