The Glutton Kitchens are moving from metropolitan DC to rural Maryland and therefore are closed this week. However, we’ll be back and better than ever next week with a special Thanksgiving recipe, followed by the return of a plethora of foods from our new grilling digs. Until then…stay hungry our friends!
Searching for satisfaction in adult liquid form can take one down many a path and this past week I went the Italian route, discovering one of the best overall soul pleasing/value red wines of 2014…Altesino’s 2011 Rosso di Altesino Toscana IGT. This “everyday” red is 100% estate grown (basically farm to tank to bottle) and […]
As “Polar Vortex, Part Deux” marches across the US (due to arrive on our doorstep this evening), we decided a soul-satisfying dish was in order for this week’s recipe. As an Italian-American family, we had escarole soup (similar to Italian Wedding soup, but simpler) more often than chicken soup. Mini meatballs and tender escarole floating […]
The new playoff system promised to generate excitement this season in college football, and it has not disappointed. Debating who should be ranked where is as heated as ever. We’re more than half way through the season, and nothing is even close to being decided. There were surprises like Ole Miss that have come back […]
Cooler fall temps means it’s time for warmer beers and this week Thirsty Thursday delivers you an old favorite: Left Hand Brewing’s Milk Stout. Hailing from Colorado, this beer has along been one of the gold standards in the style, which tends to be lighter and creamier in comparison to standard stouts. Velvety smooth and […]