With the opening of new bars around town comes the introduction of unexpected cocktail concoctions. So put those Old Fashioneds and Martinis on the back burner, and welcome cocktails featuring savory ingredients like vegetables and spices, salty additions like powdered insects and seaweed, and creamy components like yogurt, oats, and clarified milk.
Hey, salted-caramel zombies lining up around the block! I find your taste in ice cream to be, at best, pedestrian. Yeah, I said it. And I believe it. I believe it deep down in my superior heart. But fear not, kids, as I'm here to help you and your plebian taste in frozen dairy treats. Here are 5 ice cream dishes I'd like to see return to the forefront of taste—good or otherwise.
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that living the good life is the best way to keep up with the Joneses. The best possible one-upmanship. The best revenge. Or at least that's what I told myself when I headed to Mexico on a whim a few weeks ago to teach a certain someone a little lesson in how not to treat a girl, or else said girl will fly to Mexico without said certain someone and live in the lap of luxury, if only for 48 hours, at the beachfront Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita, located at the southwest point of the Riviera Nayarit.
You can't say you've been drinking all day if you don't start in the morning.
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A short drive and a mildly strenuous hike deliver great rewards at one of the South Bay's most accessible open spaces. Located on the western, urban fringe of Santa Clara County, the Fremont Older Open Space Preserve protects over 739 rugged acres.
Summer is in full swing (well, somewhere). But even though Karl the Fog is plaguing us with morning drizzle and afternoon fog, you can still find summer on your plate at these SF restaurants. Hello, peaches, and corn, and tomatoes, and figs…enjoy.
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