This little girl is proof you don’t need to know Italian (or Sicilian) to speak it… …just like Peter Griffin said.
A correctly shaped glass can accentuate the positive attributes of any beer, wine, or distilled spirit. It’s the reason tulip shapes exist for beer and spirits as well as flutes and Burgundy glasses for wine. Most non-craft beers, however, never find themselves in anything but their prospective cans or standard sized pints glasses. And rightfully […]
Let’s keep it simple today…bagel toasted with duck fat. Nuff said. The Necessities: Bagels (halved) Melted duck fat Directions: Drown the interior side of the bagel in duck fat. Toast on a hot skillet or frying pan. Enjoy gluttony at its best. Copyright © sports-glutton.com, 2010-2014. All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this […]
We love Bubba Ball, but does the PGA???… A year removed from the pressure and anxiety of having to defend his 2012 Masters victory, Bubba Watson demonstrated this past week the unique ability to understand and conquer the challenges of Augusta National for a second time. This combined with the fact that the course naturally […]
An old spring/summer time favorite of the Glutton household is Walnut Block’s “Collectables” Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. We originally came across the wine while living in Salt Lake City and appreciated its ability to delightfully engage one’s palate without breaking one’s wallet. Aside from being organic grape juice, the most appealing aspect for […]
Peruvian chicken joints are nearly a dime a dozen here in the Washington DC metro area. Both restaurants and dives primarily serve up rotisserie chicken marinated with a unique blend of citrus and aromatic spices that are available whole, ½, or ¼ and typically served with sides like rice, beans, French fries, coleslaw, yuca, plantains, […]