Archive for the "Spirits" category

Fermented Shark and Black Death: A Traditional Icelandic Pairing

by Rebecca Rhoades
( October 6th, 2014 )

Shark head at Shark Museum

Iceland is renowned for its simple, farm-fresh food. Menus throughout the island are replete with lamb, potatoes, and lots and lots of seafood. But despite the quality of product and the ever-imaginative preparations being presented by today’s top …

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Give Your Tongue a Spanking With New Liquor-Infused Spices

by Rebecca Rhoades
( August 22nd, 2014 )

Cooking with alcohol is nothing new. From vodka sauce to tequila-marinated chicken to bourbon balls, spirits have long held a prominent place in the kitchen. I’ve even been known to add a little booze to my meals to give them that extra ‘oomph.’

I also love peppers. A Mexican meal—my favorite, ...

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Block 16 is Changing the Las Vegas Food and Beverage Game

by Rebecca Rhoades
( June 3rd, 2014 )

When it comes to dining, Las Vegas has a long and varied history. But from its days of $5.99 all-you-can-eat buffets to its more recent love affair with celebrity chefs and just about every chain restaurant you can think of, the city has never really been known for culinary creativity—at …

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