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Cherries Could Lower Risk Of Gout Attack: Study

Amanda L. Chan | October 1, 2012 | Healthy Living
A tart, sweet fruit could help to decrease gout attacks among people with the condition, according to a new study. The research, published in the journal Arthritis & Rheumatism, shows that eating cherries over two days reduced the risk of experiencing a gout attack by 35...

Beer Float Showdown 2012: LA Cools Off With Two Indulgent Treats (PHOTOS)

Anna Almendrala | October 1, 2012 | Los Angeles
GLENDALE -- With LA's year-round sunny weather and unusually hot summer, it's a wonder there aren't more beer floats on the menus of local restaurants. For now, fans of the delicious adult dessert have just one opportunity to taste the best beer floats in Southern California:

Goodbrews Website Geared Toward Beer Exploration And Crowd-Sourced Recommendations

Dominique Mosbergen | October 1, 2012 | Technology
Whether you're a beer beginner or a die-hard Guinness guzzler, new website Goodbrews may help you expand your boozy horizons. Created by beer enthusiast David Celis, Goodbrews claims to make it easy for users to keep track of beers they like and dislike...

Vegetarian Wedding Entrees To Celebrate World Vegetarian Day (PHOTOS)

Katharine Lotze | October 1, 2012 | Weddings
Going meat-less at your wedding might make some of your guests roll their eyes. But we're guessing that, after trying one of these eight dishes, they'll be singing a different tune. In celebration of World Vegetarian Day on Monday, check out these tasty vegetarian entrees...

Morrissey Offered Vegetarian Coachella If The Smiths Would Headline

Anna Almendrala | October 2, 2012 | Los Angeles
It turns out that not even a completely vegetarian music festival is enough to reunite the Smiths. In an interview with Australian newspaper the Herald Sun Thursday, Morrissey shared that organizers of the Southern California music festival Coachella offered him a "100-per-cent vegetarian event" if he would...

Anti-Allergy Milk? Cow Genetically Engineered To Produce Milk With Less BLG Protein

Reuters | December 1, 2012 | Healthy Living
LONDON (Reuters) - Researchers in New Zealand have genetically engineered a cow to produce milk with very little of a protein that causes an allergic reaction in some children. They hope the technique, which uses a process called RNA interference that reduces the activity of certain genes without eliminating it...

General Marquis De Lafayette Dinner: Wine, Cheese Mousse, History At Gadsby's Tavern

Arin Greenwood | October 1, 2012 | DC
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Major General Gilbert Motier, Marquis de Lafayette, who left France in 1777 to join the American Revolution, visited Alexandria on Oct. 16, 1824. 188 years later, enjoy a wine dinner in his honor. On Oct. 19, Gadsby's Tavern -- usually known as George Washington's former haunt --...

'GQ' Names The 5 Best Beer Cities In America

Rebecca Orchant | October 1, 2012 | Food
Beer is one of America's favorite beverages. We love high-end craft beers, bottom-shelf cheap beers and everything in between. Each city has a favorite beer, a brewmaster that's a hometown hero and a bar they're trying to keep a secret so that it doesn't...

Blossom One Limited: Former Apple/NASA Engineers Create $11,000 Coffee Machine

Jason Gilbert | October 4, 2012 | Technology
Apple design and NASA engineering have finally come together to make the Blossom One -- but it's not a sexy-looking space shuttle that's really easy to fly. Named more like a rocket ship than a Mr. Coffee competitor, the Blossom One Limited is, in fact, a gorgeous,...

The World's Largest Frito Pie Clocks In At Over 1,300 Pounds (PHOTOS)

Carey Polis | October 1, 2012 | Food
Fritos chips turned 80 this year -- and the good people at Texas State Fair were not going let their big birthday pass without a celebration. So the company decided to make a massive Frito pie that clocks in at 1,325 pounds. That's 635 bags of Fritos chips (10.5 ounces...

In-N-Out Gangnam Style Video Parodies PSY's Hit Song

Anna Almendrala | October 2, 2012 | Los Angeles
If you want to have the ladies eating out of your hands, make sure you're holding In-N-Out Animal Style burgers. This sexy-silly parody of the Korean song "Gangnam Style" by PSY pays homage to California's favorite fast food chain with shots of a shirtless man pouring a...

Meat Shot Glasses By ManBQue May Be The Perfect Vessel For Bacon Vodka (PHOTO)

Rebecca Orchant | October 1, 2012 | Food
We've thought long and hard about how to describe these things to you. There just really is no other way: HuffPost Food would like to introduce you to meat shot glasses. Brought to you by the meat-loving collective known simply as ManBQue, these meaty cups...

'Butt Chugging' University Of Tennessee Student Denies Alcohol Enema While Frat Suspended

Tyler Kingkade | October 2, 2012 | College
The student at the center of a recent "butt chugging" incident denies he's ever done such a thing. Alexander P. Broughton, a student at the University of Tennessee was treated at the University of Tennessee Medical Center hospital on Sept. 22 for alcohol poisoning. He arrived...

Cooking Light Magazine's Light Up The Night (VIDEO)

Joseph Erdos | October 4, 2012 | Taste
With the recent focus in food moving toward healthier eating, many people are looking for recipes that are just as flavorful without all the calories and fat. But where can we find food that is both healthy and delicious? For the past 25 years Cooking Light magazine has...

Peapod Virtual Grocery Stores Coming To Chicago

Joseph Erbentraut | October 1, 2012 | Chicago
Chicago will soon be home to dozens more of what have been dubbed the United States' first virtual supermarkets, courtesy of Skokie-based web grocer Peapod.com. Soon, 17 CTA and Metra train stations throughout the Chicago area will be home to the new virtual grocery stores which...

Chinese Restaurant Closed After Dead Deer Found Inside Kitchen; Customers Repulsed By Roadkill (VIDEO)

Dominique Mosbergen | October 2, 2012 | Weird News
A Chinese restaurant in Kentucky has been closed down by officials after roadkill was found inside its kitchen, reports say. Last week, customers dining at Red Flower Chinese Restaurant in Williamsburg, Ky., reportedly spotted a dead deer stuffed inside a trash can that was dragged into the...

Art Smith, Celebrity Chef, Discusses 'Queer In The Kitchen' StageIt.Com Debut, 'Top Chef Masters,' Lady Gaga And More

Noah Michelson | February 2, 2016 | Queer Voices
You might know Art Smith from his appearances on Bravos's "Top Chef Masters." Or maybe you know him from when he served as Oprah's personal chef. Or perhaps you saw him on Lady Gaga's Thanksgiving special last November and heard he's serving as head chef at Joanne Trattoria,...

Thanksgiving Recipes: David Rocco's Key To A Successful Thanksgiving Dinner

Arti Patel | December 1, 2012 | Canada Living
TORONTO - Celebrity chef, TV show host and cookbook author David Rocco says Thanksgiving is his favourite holiday."It's really the spirit of what holidays should be about," he said, adding, "It's about food, family, celebration, giving thanks certainly, but also not to get overwhelmed and just really enjoy the holidays."For...

How To Make Jim Meehan's Croquet Cooler Cocktail (VIDEO)

Joseph Erdos | October 4, 2012 | Taste
Yes, it's technically fall, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy those last warm and summery days of the year without a cooling cocktail in hand. In case of an Indian summer, PDT mixologist Jim Meehan has a recipe for the refreshing Croquet Cooler,...

Cesar Lucas, 16-Year-Old Pizza Delivery Boy Arrested For Raping Woman In UWS Home, Was 'Horny'

Inae Oh | October 1, 2012 | New York
A 16-year-old pizza delivery boy was arrested on Saturday for raping a woman in her Upper West Side home with her 7-year-old daughter sleeping next to her. Prosecutors say Cesar Lucas of the Bronx admitted to the assault and "that he went in because he...
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