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Booze and Breakfast: Cereal milk, oatmeal, bacon and coffee

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Things quieted down recently while work on Barcode Magazine took over.  In honor of that work, this edition of links all celebrate the beautiful combo of booze and breakfast.

  • If our recent bacon whiskey didn’t appeal, perhaps a Bacon Bloody Mary better suits your fancy.
  • Finally, these bottles look like classic brews but they’re actually freshly brewed and iced.
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Hello Yuengling, goodbye bananas, goodbye boxed wine (guy) and goodbye Doc’s Little Gem

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  • Yuengling is seeking out consumer opinion on a variety of their beers. They did Black & Tan last month but this time around the traditional lager is up.

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“Beer & Cheese Soup” in the DWFT Test Kitchen

It still has yet to really snow in the ‘Cuse area, but it’s finally cold enough for a daily cup of soup. Inspired by a recent road trip, here’s a step-by-step account of a beer and cheese soup made with the help of a Yuengling cookbook.

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More reviews, two student food stories, the ‘Cuse tailgating guide and Subway mathematics.

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  • I started writing some reviews for local media outlet The NewsHouse. First up, King David’s over on Marshall St.

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A Flay recap, spitty beer, creative control and another create-a-flavor contest

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  • So Bobby Flay did an outdoor cooking demo at the NY State Fair last week… very unique experience. Flay himself was an absolute showman. He encouraged audience interaction (either just shouting out and he responded, or formal questions mostly asked by little children) and was quick with one-liners throughout.  The unique part was how captivated the audience was. They roared when NY ingredients were used, nodded in agreement when Flay gave a bit of cooking advice and swooned over every scent and visual presented. It wasn’t as if anyone was close to Flay’s kitchen (he was up on a stage like a concert). It caught me off guard that so many people would be engaged by a relatively passive activity they were largely removed from.  That’s an absolute testament to the lure of Flay.
  • … but I doubt she would sell me on this spit beer.
  • Finally, who doesn’t love new flavor contests? The newest one comes from Vitamin Water who challenges consumers to develop the next bottle label.

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Old Pop-Tarts, New cocktails, Old food news and a New link.

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Middle Ages’ Anniversary, Alton Brown’s Anniversary, Padma’s split and lots of Pennsylvania junk food.

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  • Syracuse’s own Middle Ages Brewery is celebrating its 14 Anniversary this fall. Only seven more years until it can legally consume itself?
  • It’s not quite as old as Middle Ages, but Alton Brown’s Good Eats will turn 10 this fall. Get out your video camera to plea for why you’re a top notch fan and you could join him for his anniversary taping.
  • Unfortunately, Top Chef’s Tom and Padma won’t be celebrating any double-digit anniversaries with the show. Padma is leaving Top Chef in the near future to pursue… a sitcom?

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